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Georgia: International Women’s Association visits EU-supported Green Camp for Young Leaders and Innovators 2019

16 September 2019
On 11 September, members of the International Women’s Association Georgia visited the EU-supported Green Camp for Young Leaders and Innovators at the Bulachauri Green Centre. During the meeting, the invited guests shared their experiences with the camp’s participants and discussed topics such as…
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Latest opportunities for the Eastern Neighbourhood

16 September 2019
'EU NEIGHBOURS east’ has picked out a selection of exclusive new opportunities for citizens of the Eastern Neighbourhood countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. If you are interested jobs, internships, scholarships, competitions, conferences and…
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EU report: Republic of Moldova moves forward with key reforms

13 September 2019
Following the change of government in June 2019, the Republic of Moldova has moved resolutely to implement key reforms addressing the deterioration of democratic standards and the rule of law, in order to allow citizens to fully benefit from the EU-Moldova Association Agreement. This stems from…
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Georgia: Local Action Group officially established in Tsalka municipality with EU support

12 September 2019
On 11 September, a Local Action Group (LAG) was officially established in the Tsalka Municipality of Georgia. The establishment of the group was a result of active information and mobilisation campaigns conducted by implementing organisations of the EU-funded programme ENPARD (European…
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Belgium to share experience on risk assessment in real estate market with Republic of Moldova

12 September 2019
On 16–18 September, three experts from the National Bank of Moldova (NBM) will visit Belgium to enhance their capacity in assessing financial risks in the real estate (RE) market, more specifically in developing macroprudential policy. The Moldovan experts will seek to acquire the necessary…
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The von der Leyen Commission: for a Union that strives for more

11 September 2019
Yesterday, President-elect Ursula von der Leyen presented her team and the new structure of the next European Commission. The new College of Commissioners will have eight Vice-Presidents. Three Executive Vice-Presidents (Frans Timmermans, Netherlands; Margrethe Vestager, Denmark; Valdis…
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EU launches new EU4Digital programme in Belarus to improve online services

10 September 2019
On 5 September, the EU launched a new programme to support the digital economy and society in Belarus. The programme, EU4Digital, also covers other countries in the Eastern Neighbourhood region. The programme was launched at a conference in the country’s capital of Minsk, an event supported by the…
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Latvia shares experience on establishing and developing equine industry with Georgia

06 September 2019
In August, representatives of Georgian Local Action Groups (LAGs) visited Latvia to meet their colleagues and partners there. The aim of the visit, supported by the European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD), was to share Latvia’s experience of establishing…
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EU supports new tool to boost agricultural lending in Azerbaijan

06 September 2019
Thanks to the new Azerbaijan Agriculture Loan Evaluation System (AzALES), developed with support from the EU and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the country’s lenders will be able to assess risk more effectively, process loan applications more quickly and improve small…
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European Training Foundation: Skills dimensions of migration to promote decent employment for all

04 September 2019
In 2017 an estimated 258 million people were living in a country other than their country of birth, up from 173 million in 2000 and often they do not enjoy decent work conditions. Moreover, the simultaneous inflows and outflows of migration are experienced today by more countries. In this context…