Counsil of the European Union:Joint Press Release following the second Association Council meeting between...
The European Union and the Republic of Moldova (hereinafter "Moldova) held today the second meeting of the Association Council under the Association Agreement. The EU and Moldova reconfirmed the common determination to implement their commitments to strengthening MoldovaÂ´s political association and economic integration with the EU.
In September 2015, the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova in partnership with Foundation Institute for Eastern Studies (Poland), Center for EU Enlargement Studies (Hungary), Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association (Slovakia), Association of International Affairs (Czech Republic), the Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies (Georgia), the Institute of World Policy and the financial support of the Visegrad Fund has launched a new project entitled V4 Supporting Communication Strategy of Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine on implementing AA and DCFTA” .
The Council of Europe and the European Commission have signed a new cooperation agreement to promote human rights, democracy and the rule of law in six Eastern European countries.
European Commission's support to the Republic of Moldova The European Commission has met today the government of the Republic of Moldova, led by Prime Minister Leancă. The meeting took stock of the latest developments in the Republic of Moldova, addressed both sides preparations to ensure that the future EU-Moldova Association Agreement delivers growth and stability up to its full potential, and reviewed the state of play with key reforms in Moldovas justice sector, business environment and energy relations.
To be Launched in the first week of June 2014, the Tbilisi Transformational Leadership Forum (TTLF) is a 5-day lecture series that is hosted By the Georgian Institute of Strategic Studies (GISS) in Tbilisi, Georgia and is supported by the International Visegrad Fund.
Statement of Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum on Russian military intervention in Ukraine. 04.03.3014.
EU should apply maximum diplomatic pressure on Russia to immediately withdraw military forces from Ukraine, and join with US to isolate Russia through tough trade sanctions if Russia does not comply
Statement of the Foreign Policy Association (APE) on condemning the Russian Federation Military aggression...
The Foreign Policy Association (APE) condemns firmly the armed attack of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, which represents a flagrant violation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of our neighbor country.
The College of Europe, Natolin Campus
with the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and the Polish American Freedom Foundation are pleased to launch a call for participants for the second edition of the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA). The main objectives of the Academy are presenting the political, social and economic foundations of modern democracies in the European Union and the transatlantic community and promoting them in the Eastern European countries.
TOPICS OF THE EDITION: 1. The head of the EU delegation to Chisinau, Pirkka Tapiola, congratulates the Moldovan authorities on the opening of the offices of the Bureau on Migration and Asylum along the river Nistru in a way which takes into account the interests of the Transnistrian population and enables the control of migration on the Transnistrian segment of the Moldovan șiUkrainian border. 2. Vice-prime minister for Reintegration, Eugen Carpov, says that the new territorial offices will improve the freedom of movement on the Nistru. 3. Opening of the offices of the Bureau on Migration and Asylum along the river Nistru has been severely criticised by Tiraspol. The Tiraspol ex-chief negotiator, Vladimir Iastrebciak, explains the point of view of the representatives of the Transnistrian administration. 4. Nicu Popescu, expert at the European Institute for Security Studies from Paris, analyses why the Tiraspol concerns on the negative impact have no ground.
European Parliament resolution of 12 September 2013 on the pressure exerted by Russia on Eastern Partnership countries (in the context of the upcoming Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius) (2013/2826(RSP))
Human capital is the biggest asset of each and every think tank. In securing reliable and high-quality researchers, think tanks compete with much more powerful competitors, i.e. governments, state agencies, private companies, banks, and consulting companies. The regions think tanks, therefore, have to devise special motivation strategies to retain existing staff and attract new talented individuals to opt for this career. Despite being present in the public life, think tanks constitute a small part of civil society and are often not the first choice to fresh graduates who are interested in embarking on research/policy careers.
EU is committed to strengthening cooperation with Moldova, Catherine Ashton. Info Prim Neo. 10.07.2013.
The visit to Chisinau shows the European Unions firm commitment to strengthen cooperation with Moldova, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton said in a meeting with President Nicolae Timofti, IPN has learned from the presidential press service.
High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the Commission Catherine Ashton travels to Moldova tomorrow.