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June 23, 2017 Eastern Partnership cultural heritage project announces completion The Community-Led Urban Strategies in Historic Towns (COMUS) project has announced that it will conclude its activities on 30 June 2017. Being a joint EU/Council of Europe initiative, the 30-month long project worked in nine small and medium-sized historic towns in Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic...
June 23, 2017 From energy to education: more than 200 new documents and reports available on EU Neighbours Library Around 200 new documents, reports and handbooks have been added to the EU Neighbours library in recent months. They range across all the main areas of cooperation between the EU and the Eastern Partner countries, ranging from practical handbooks for local authorities on developing sustainable energy...
June 22, 2017 Azerbaijan: EU presents Business Climate Report 2017 Current conditions for doing business in Azerbaijan are presented in the Business Climate Report 2017, which was launched during the recent EU-Azerbaijan Business Forum and published on the website of the EU Delegation in the country. A survey was conducted among 300 companies operating in Azerbaijan...
June 22, 2017 The Third Eastern Partnership Youth Forum kicks off in Warsaw Over 300 youth leaders, youth workers and youth policy makers from EU Member States and the EU's six Eastern neighbours (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine) have gathered in the Polish capital of Warsaw today for the third Eastern Partnership (EaP) Youth Forum...
June 22, 2017 Belarus: EU-supported environmental portal wins prize at World Summit on the Information Society 2017 Greenmap Belarus, an online portal that was developed through an EU-supported project in Belarus, won the "E-Environment" category at the prestigious World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Prizes 2017 contest, said the EU Delegation to Belarus in a press release. The online resource features...
June 22, 2017 Belarus: mobile photo exhibition showcasing EU projects opens in Horki An open air mobile photo exhibition, “The Faces of EU Projects”, moved to the Belarusian city of Horki on 20 June. The exhibition is dedicated to 29 projects implemented in the country with financial support from the EU. Environmental and energy-saving projects are showcased through the exhibition’s...
June 22, 2017 Poland-Belarus-Ukraine Cross-Border Cooperation programme projects nominated for an international award The Poland-Belarus-Ukraine Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) programme announced that its projects it implemented in 2007-2013 have been nominated for the Orły Wprost 2017 award. The award is given to people, institutions and projects that have made exceptional contributions to the development of the economy...
June 21, 2017 EU adopts €3 million programme to support Syrian refugees in Armenia The EU has adopted a €3 million programme to support Syrian refugees in Armenia as part of its Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis. The project aims to enhance the access of refugees to health and psychosocial services, to improve housing conditions, increase access to economic opportunities...
June 21, 2017 Moldova: EU helps schools and kindergartens transfer to green energy sources Seven schools and kindergartens from Ungheni district in Moldova have switched from gas and coal to green energy, thanks to funding from the EU-supported Moldova Energy and Biomass Project. This became possible thanks to the public-private partnership for the supply of biomass thermal energy, implemented...
June 21, 2017 Armenian youth to gain experience in government thanks to EU programme Around 20 young Armenians will have the opportunity to work for ministries, government agencies and other government institutions for 12 months, thanks to the EU-supported “Young Expert Scheme Armenia” (YES Armenia). The launch of the programme was announced today by the EU Delegation to Armenia and...
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