EaP News

October 9, 2015 International training courses for Ukraninan Security Service detectives Fifty Security Service (SSU) investigators and detectives from different regions of Ukraine took part in four international training courses conducted by detectives from the Police Economic Crime Academy in London.   The courses, facilitated by the European Union Advisory Mission, were concentrated...
October 9, 2015 Georgia: implementation of the AA in focus as Mogherini meets Georgian Foreign Minister Kvirikashvili EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini yesterday met Georgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Giorgi Kvirikashvili in Brussels to discuss the results of the first year of implementation of the Association Agreement with Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area, noting that it...
October 8, 2015 East Invest reports highlight DCFTA challenges for SMEs in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine The EU-funded East Invest project has published a series of reports on EU support to the private sector in the context of Association Agreements including Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, saying the scale of the challenge for SMEs to adapt to changes cannot be...
October 8, 2015 EU launches new Twinning project for Employment Support Services in Georgia The EU yesterday launched a new Twinning project to build capacity at the Employment Support Services (ESS) in Georgia. The event gathered together officials from Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic, who are providing specialists to work with their Georgian counterparts.   The aim of the €1...
October 8, 2015 EaP CSF: panel discussion on EU-Belarus relation A panel discussion on the future of EU-Belarus relations takes place on 14 October at the European Parliament in Brussels in the framework of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF).   The panellists will deliberate on the effect of EU sanctions on Belarus while seeking to answer the...
October 7, 2015 Local elections in areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions: announcement offers hope for sustainable settlement of conflict The EU has released a statement on the holding of local elections in certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, noting that this announcement would allow to prepare proper conditions for holding local elections in certain areas in line with Ukrainian legislation and OSCE standards under ODIHR...
October 7, 2015 CBC: educational campaign for schools on the occasion of European Cooperation Day More than 100 children from 24 Polish, Belarusian and Ukrainian schools took part in an educational campaign event in Włodawa, Poland on the occasion of European Cooperation Day. The meeting was organised by the Poland-Belarus-Ukraine CBC Programme.   During the event, participants held a cross...
October 6, 2015 EaP Territorial Cooperation: project publishes lessons learned for future applicants The EU-funded Eastern Partnership Territorial Cooperation (EaPTC) Support Programme has published a series of lessons learned from applicants’ mistakes, aimed at all potential applicants of current and upcoming Calls for Proposals under the EaPTC Programmes.   The document, available in English...
October 6, 2015 Anti-discrimination legislation discussed in Armenia as part of EU-funded project 'Anti-Discrimination Legislation: Why Armenia Needs it?' was the theme of a round table organised in Armenia as part of the EU-funded project "Civil Society. Dialogue for Progress".   The event brought together representatives of the Ministry of Justice and the EU Delegation to Armenia, as well...
October 6, 2015 Ukraine: Prison reform in focus of joint EU-CoE project A new framework for internal prison inspections was presented to senior officials of the State Penitentiary Service of Ukraine and the Heads and Deputies of pilot prisons in Kyiv, as part of a joint EU-Council of Europe prison reform project in Ukraine.   A feasible European model was proposed....
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