EaP News

January 20, 2014 Photo story - Adapting steel to conquer the Arctic A new photo story “Adapting steel to conquer the Arctic” has been released by the EU Neighbhourhood Info Centre highlighting the achievements of a Cross-Border Cooperation project co-funded by the European Union and the Russian Federation.   The 58-second video highlights efforts by...
January 20, 2014 EU-funded projects, their activities, their stories EU-funded projects in the Neighbourhood are the result of the partnership between the EU and its neighbouring countries. It is the projects that are working on the ground, in agreed fields, to bring about change to the benefit of the citizens! Their stories are told by the EU Neighbourhood Infe Centre...
January 20, 2014 EU-Ukraine: setting the facts straight – fact sheet refutes myths and stereotypes about Association Agreement The EU Delegation to Ukraine has released an easy-to-use document, refuting all the myths and stereotypes about the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement. The document includes a clear explanation of what the Association Agreement really means and brings to Ukraine and dispels “many untrue, false and...
January 20, 2014 EU foreign ministers voice deep concern over Ukraine’s new laws EU foreign ministers meeting in the Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels today have voiced deep concern about the legislation passed by the Verkhovna Rada on 16 January. Citing the statement of EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton last week, the Council conclusions said the...
January 20, 2014 Interview with Stéphanie Horel: Medieval Bruges – the gateway to 21st century public administration Civil servants from 14 countries of the European Neighbourhood descend on the College of Europe in Bruges to become students again, if only for three days. They come to understand how the EU works, what it stands for and how it interacts with the outside world. Armed with this knowledge, they return...
January 17, 2014 EU deeply concerned as Ukraine rushes through laws restricting fundamental rights EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said today she was deeply concerned at the adoption of a raft of laws curtailing fundamental rights in Ukraine.   "I am deeply concerned by the events in Kyiv,” the EU High Representative said in a statement. “Several pieces of legislation restricting...
January 17, 2014 Energy issues in focus as Commissioner holds talks in Moscow EU Commissioner for Energy, Günther Oettinger, and Greek Minister of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, Yiannis Maniatis, are in Moscow to take part in the 8th meeting of the EU-Russia Permanent Partnership Council on Friday, 17 January, according to a press release from the Greek Presidency...
January 17, 2014 Combo Weekly Round Up: All the jobs and opportunities from the Neighbourhood Tenders, grants and jobs from the European Neighbourhood: have you missed any opportunities this week? Check out more than 20 new EU opportunities for the Neighbourhood, both south and east. SOUTH Jobs Jordan: Business Analyst / Finance Officer at the EU delegation (Corrigendum) ETF: Vocational...
January 16, 2014 Investing in People: €44 million call for empowerment of marginalised and vulnerable persons through education and training The European Commission has launched a global Call for Proposals worth €44 million with the aim of contribute to the elimination of poverty and social exclusion of people dependent on the informal economy and other vulnerable groups through the empowerment of marginalised and vulnerable persons...
January 16, 2014 Introducing market incentives for greener products in Eastern Partnership countries Ways of creating market incentives for greener products in the Eastern Partnership countries will be the focus of a workshop, on 6-7 March in Paris, organised by the OECD under the EU-funded programme Greening economies in the Eastern Neighbourhood (EaP GREEN).   The meeting will bring together...
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