EaP News

September 25, 2013 Crimean Chersonese now features as UNESCO World Heritage site The ancient Greek city of Chersonese, which overlooks modern Sevastopol in Crimea, has become one of over 1,000 UNESCO World Heritage sites. The certificate awarding ceremony last week highlighted the role of the local team and experts of the EU-funded projects, Identification study for the promotion...
September 25, 2013 INOGATE holds sustainable energy policy workshop for Eastern Partners Sharing knowledge and useful experience in the field of sustainable energy policy is one of the key aims of an INOGATE workshop which is taking place this week (22 - 28 September) in Riga, Latvia,  and Vilnius, Lithuania. This capacity building event has brought together medium and senior level...
September 24, 2013 International short-movie competition: winners announced Winners of the short movie competition “Be part of it!” organized by the Latvia-Lithuania-Belarus CBC Programme and aimed at highlighting European Cooperation Day held on September 21, have been announced. The Grand Prix of the competition was awarded to a team of young producers for the...
September 24, 2013 Photo story: The Danube Wreath Festival in Ukraine The EU Neighbourhood Info Centre has released a photo story –“The Danube Wreath Festival“ highlighting the achievements of a cross-border cooperation Project in Ukraine.   The 1.34-minute video talks about the common challenges of people living in the Odessa border region. It shows...
September 20, 2013 Commissioner sets out vision for Crimean Tatar community Crimea is a region of pivotal importance for the EU's engagement in its Eastern Neighbourhood, but its great economic potential is still largely unrealized, European Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy Štefan Füle said yesterday addressing the Conference on the Rights of...
September 20, 2013 Ukraine: A pearl of world heritage is back on the map The ancient Greek city of Chersonese, which overlooks modern Sevastopol in Crimea, is back on the world’s heritage maps. For two thousand years the colony founded by Dorian Greeks was the major political, economic and cultural centre of the northern Black Sea region. It survived across the centuries...
September 20, 2013 EU-Ukraine: unprecedented progress but time is getting short Ukraine has made “unprecedented” progress in meeting the conditions for signing the Association Agreement with the European Union, EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy Štefan Füle said in a speech in Yalta today, noting that a lot had changed in Ukraine...
September 19, 2013 Strengthening professional journalistic standards across the European Neighbourhood: senior journalists gather in Brussels for milestone networking event As part of the EU-funded Media Neighbourhood project, BBC Media Action is holding a Study Tour and Networking Event in Brussels from 16 to 20 September 2013 for fifty senior journalists and editors from across 15 partner countries from the European neighbourhood area who have been working as mentors...
September 18, 2013 Young people from Armenia, Georgia, Bulgaria and Turkey to meet in Tbilisi Young people from four Black Sea Basin countries are meeting in Tbilisi on 16-22 September at the Youth Forum “Know your Neighbour, know yourself,” which is organized in the framework of the EU-funded Youth Action for Regional Coherence and Cooperation (YARCC) project, part of the Black Sea...
September 18, 2013 ‘Building Europe in Ukraine’ comes to Bila Tserkva alongside new EU Information Centre The Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine Jan Tombiński has presented the Building Europe in Ukraine information campaign in Bila Tserkva. A press release said he had also officially opened the 15th EU Information Centre in Ukraine, which would operate on the premises of the Bila Tserkva National Agrarian...
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