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Programmatic Cooperation Framework 2015-2020 for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus

Programmatic Cooperation Framework 2015-2020 for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus (2015)

REF. 071415GBR
Type of document : Leaflet
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Language : English
Number of pages : 7

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Programmatic Cooperation Framework 2015-2020 for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus

Programmatic Cooperation Framework 2015-2020 for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus

In April 2014, the European Union and the Council of Europe agreed, in a Statement of Intent, that targeted cooperation activities with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus – the EU’s Eastern Partnership countries – would be implemented under a “Programmatic Cooperation Framework” (PCF).

These cooperation activities intend to strengthen the capacity of Eastern Partnership countries, which are member states of the Council of Europe, with the exception of Belarus, and to implement domestic reforms to bring them closer to the standards of the Council of Europe and the European Union in the fields of human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

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In April 2014, the European Union and the Council of Europe agreed, in a Statement of Intent, that targeted cooperation activities with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus – the EU’s Eastern Partnership countries – would be implemented under a “Programmatic Cooperation Framework” (PCF).

These cooperation activities intend to strengthen the capacity of Eastern Partnership countries, which are member states of the Council of Europe, with the exception of Belarus, and to implement domestic reforms to bring them closer to the standards of the Council of Europe and the European Union in the fields of human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

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