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Num 56
17 Oct 2008
 
 
WITH THIS EDITION: ENPI SPECIAL attached on journalist training in the neighbourhood
 
The European Council discuss EU's relations with its eastern neighbours

Implementation of the ENP in 2008 - Invitation to contribute

EU and Morocco strengthen their partnership through new approved measures

Benita Ferrero-Waldner welcomes the establishment of diplomatic relations between Lebanon and Syria

Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly adopted Recommendation on its role in the Union for the Mediterranean

Donors’ Conference for Georgia 

Georgia: stabilisation and normalisation

EU ministers hope for gradual re-engagement with Belarus

The EU is ready to have a deeper relationship with Moldova

Azerbaijan: progress in the conduct of the Presidential elections

Javier Solana met Yulia Tymoshenko

 

 
Euromed Summit of Economic and Social Councils and Similar Institutions in Morocco

The EU’s relations with its Mediterranean neighbours: a media perspective on the potential for cooperation and communication

Medibtikar 3rd Euro-Mediterranean Symposium on Innovation to be held in Jordan

Improve access to Justice in the South Mediterranean region

Euromed Audiovisual in Rome to discuss Public Support to Film

A new music laboratory for children opened in Jericho

Ukraine: opening of EU-funded cargo checkpoint

Roundtable on effectiveness of Ukrainian anti-corruption police

The EU continues its assistance to the Ministry of Justice of Georgia

New IT systems and equipment to support the work of Health and Social Programmes Agency in Georgia
 
 
The European Council discuss EU's relations with its eastern neighbours

The European Council met on 15 and 16 October 2008 in Brussels. On the external, front the European Heads of State and government reviewed Russia's implementation of the agreement of 8 September, the situation in Georgia and the EU's relations with its eastern neighbours. The EU-Russia summit on 14 October in Nice will provide an opportunity for in-depth dialogue with Russia. The European Council called for a reinforcement of EU relations with Moldova and Georgia. It also invited the Commission to make proposals in November regarding the creation of an eastern partnership.

http://www.ue2008.fr/PFUE/lang/en/accueil/PFUE-10_2008/PFUE-16.10.2008/conclusions_conseil_europeen

 

Implementation of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) in 2008 - Invitation to contribute

The European Commission services are now beginning preparations for the third package of progress reports on the implementation of the ENP in 2008 that will be adopted in spring 2009. This package will be addressed to the Council and the European Parliament and presented to the ENP partners concerned. It will also be made available to the public at large. In order to ensure a maximum of transparency and objectivity in the reports, the Commission has invited all interested parties, including non-governmental organisations and other interested organisations active in the fields covered by the Action Plans, to provide information. 

Invitation

 
EU and Morocco strengthen their partnership through new approved measures

A package of measures designed to strengthen the partnership with Morocco was approved by the EU, at the seventh meeting of the EU-Morocco Association Council on 13 October. These measures concern in particular: the cooperation in political and security matters; the preparation of a comprehensive and deeper free trade agreement; the gradual integration of Morocco into a number of EU sectoral policies; the development of people-to-people exchanges. The measures are intended to provide material support for the modernisation and democratic transition process that Morocco has been engaged in for a number of years. 

Press release

 

Commissioner Ferrero-Waldner welcomes the establishment of diplomatic relations between Lebanon and Syria

http://ec.europa.eu/commission_barroso/ferrero-waldner/speeches/index_en.htm#16_10_2008

Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly adopted Recommendation on its role in the Union for the Mediterranean

The Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly (EMPA) is recommending to the “Barcelona Process: Union for the Mediterranean” meeting of the Foreign Affairs Ministers that it formally declares EMPA as the parliamentary institution of the process. It wishes to see “a legal basis created and a formal link established between the executive branch and the parliamentary branch of the Barcelona Process: Union for the Mediterranean”. The Recommendation was adopted at the Assembly’s extraordinary plenary recently held in Jordan.

Recommendation

 

Donors’ Conference for Georgia 

Co-chaired by the European Commission and the World Bank, the Donors’ Conference for Georgia will be held on 22 October 2008 in Brussels. The purpose of the conference is to mobilise external assistance to support the country in the reconstruction of damaged infrastructure, reintegration of internally displaced people and in accelerating Georgia's recovery from the impact of the August 2008 conflict on its economy as well as improving the security of Georgia's energy infrastructure. EU Member States, third countries, international financial institutions and international organisations will participate in the conference. A post conflict needs assessment coordinated by the World Bank and the United Nations estimates that about   €2.38 billion are needed over a three year period to cover budget support, social sector support and infrastructure development in Georgia.

http://ec.europa.eu/external_relations/georgia/conference/index_en.htm

 

Georgia: stabilisation and normalisation

At its meeting on 13 October, the General Affairs and External Relations Council (GAERC) noted with satisfaction the complete withdrawal of Russian troops from the zones adjacent to South Ossetia and Abkhazia. The withdrawal was completed on 8 October, before the deadline of 10 October laid down in the agreements of 12 August and 8 September. Since 1 October, observers from the European Union Monitoring Mission (EUMM) have been deployed in Georgia. The EU ministers had an exchange on the international discussions that were going to take place in Geneva on 15 October on stability and security in the region. To strengthen relations between the EU and Georgia, the Council is preparing to begin negotiations with Georgia in the near future on visa facilitation and readmission.

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/ueDocs/cms_Data/docs/pressData/en/gena/103371.pdf

 

EU ministers hope for gradual re-engagement with Belarus

The External Affairs Council on 13 October noted with satisfaction that some progress had been made, compared with previous elections, during the recent electoral campaign in Belarus, even though the parliamentary elections held on 28 September failed to meet the democratic criteria of the OSCE. In this context, it hoped for gradual re-engagement with this country and decided to restore the contacts which it had restricted in November 2004. A meeting between the Council troika and the Belarusian Minister for Foreign Affairs took place in the margins of the meeting.

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/ueDocs/cms_Data/docs/pressData/en/gena/103371.pdf

 

The EU is ready to have a deeper relationship with Moldova

At their last GAERC meeting, EU ministers announced that the EU was ready to have a deeper relationship with Moldova in the framework of the ENP and to negotiate a new and ambitious agreement soon. This agreement will include the aim of a comprehensive and deep free-trade area. The EU will encourage the Moldovan authorities to make the necessary efforts to strengthen the rule of law and to implement their commitments on human rights and fundamental freedoms. The EU will also increase its engagement in efforts to resolve the conflict in Transnistria.

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/ueDocs/cms_Data/docs/pressData/en/gena/103287.pdf

 

Azerbaijan: progress in the conduct of the Presidential elections

On 15 October, Javier Solana, EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), welcomed the progress in the conduct of the Presidential elections in Azerbaijan: they were peaceful, orderly and well organised. Further efforts will be necessary for Azerbaijan to live up to all its international commitments, in particular to promote political pluralism, a fair campaign environment, greater media freedom, an open and free electoral debate, and a transparent vote count.

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/ueDocs/cms_Data/docs/pressData/en/declarations/103458.pdf

 

Javier Solana met Yulia Tymoshenko

Javier Solana, European Union High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) met the Ukrainian Prime Minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, on Wednesday, 15 October 2008.

 
  

Euromed Summit of Economic and Social Councils and Similar Institutions in Morocco

The three-day “Euromed Summit of Economic and Social Councils and Similar Institutions” opened on 14 October in Morocco with a cultural workshop to mark the “Year of Intercultural Dialogue – the initiatives of civil society networks and organisations”. Among the topics on the agenda are on “The Union for the Mediterranean - What opportunities does it offer civil society?”, “The social dimension of relations with southern Mediterranean partner countries”, “A Free trade area by 2010?”, “Women's access to economic and social life”, “Freedom of association and social dialogue” and 'Climate change and the Mediterranean'.  The Euromed Summit of Economic and Similar Institutions is funded by the Regional Programme with €50,000 per annum (MEDA). It is an annual forum on-going since 1995, that discusses social and economic issues of interest to the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership

Programme

 

The EU’s relations with its Mediterranean neighbours: a media perspective on the potential for cooperation and communication

Media play a vital role advancing European-Mediterranean relations, according to Jordanian Minister of State for Media Affairs and Communications Nasser Judah. He was speaking at the European Neighbourhood Journalist Network Conference in Amman on 13 October, where he shared the opening addresses with European Commission head of Delegation Patrick Renauld. After the public opening, the 80 journalists taking part went into a private session for presentations on matters affecting their work. These included how news selection in the media can alter perceptions of different cultures and people, and efforts by media professionals to ensure that quality reporting rises above political and commercial pressures. The second day of the conference features workshops on reporting of migration and of energy and environmental matters, plus an examination of the challenges faced by women working in the media.

http://www.journalismnetwork.eu/community/showthread.php?p=113#post113

 

Medibtikar 3rd Euro-Mediterranean Symposium on Innovation to be held in Jordan

Under the key theme “Empowering the Mediterranean to innovate”, Medibtikar, the EuroMed Innovation & Technology Programme, will hold the 3rd Euro-Mediterranean Symposium on Innovation in corporation with the Jordan Enterprise Development Corporation. It will take place on 22 October, in Amman. The conference will bring together speakers in the field of innovation for a comprehensive overview.

Financed by the Regional Programme with €7.25 million, Medibtikar offers the Partner Countries new and improved instruments to stimulate innovation in private and public enterprises and encourages networking.

For more information click here

 

Improve access to Justice in the South Mediterranean region

On 23-24 October, in the framework of the programme Euromed Justice II, a working group dedicated to resolution of cross-border family conflicts will meet in Morocco. During this first meeting devoted to the “Legal framework of The Hague Convention and of Community law”, participants will exchange on the current situation, among others the practical and specific problems related to the recognition abroad of judicial decisions, and the ongoing or already completed legislative and regulatory reforms and discuss the priorities and needs to be addressed.

www.euromed-justice.eu

 

Euromed Audiovisual in Rome to discuss Public Support to Film

The EU-funded Euromed Audiovisual Programme is holding a two-day workshop in Rome on 23-24 October on the issue of Public Support to Film. The Rome workshop, the last in a series of 8 events targeting representatives from Mediterranean national audiovisual authorities, is organised in conjunction with the Eurovisioni International Film and Television Festival. The aim of the workshop is to outline the reasons for and utility of public funding mechanisms, to illustrate how they function by examining case studies of practices that are common in various countries and to analyse the current situation in the Mediterranean countries participating in the Programme.

http://www.euromedaudiovisuel.net/newsdetail.aspx?lang=en&treeID=74&documentID=10016

A new music laboratory for children opened in Jericho

A new music laboratory for children was officially opened in the Jericho Kids club on 13 October, as part of 'A‘ţinī al-naya wa-ghannī - Reinforcing the protection and development of musical cultural heritage”, an EU-funded project that supports the Palestinian arts. Funded by the European Union with a total budget of around €100,000 the project contributed to the renovation and equipment of the laboratory. The initiative is a joint cooperation between the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music (ESNCM) and UCODEP, an Italian non-governmental organisation.

 

Ukraine: opening of EU-funded cargo checkpoint

On 21 October 2008, the international cargo check point through state border of Ukraine “Rava Ruska” will be officially reopened after its reconstruction. It is one of the biggest and newest check points in Europe. The reconstruction of the check point as well as its equipment received funding from the EU.

http://www.delukr.ec.europa.eu/press_releases.html?id=48986

 

Roundtable on effectiveness of Ukrainian anti-corruption police

The roundtable organised by a joint European Commission-Council of Europe joint project 'Support to Good Governance: Project against Corruption in Ukraine – UPAC' presented an opportunity to discuss the role of Ukrainian civil society and private sector against corruption as well as the effectiveness of the national anticorruption policy in line with GRECO recommendations and international standards.

http://www.delukr.ec.europa.eu/page46569.html

 

The EU continues its assistance to the Ministry of Justice of Georgia

On 18 October, Minister of Justice of Georgia Nika Gvaramia and Head of Delegation of the European Commission to Georgia Ambassador Per Eklund will hold a joint briefing to sum up the results of the EU-funded project supporting the capacity building of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia. The project titled “Support to the Reform of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia” aims to support legal and administrative reforms in Georgia by promoting comprehensive internal administration and management reform of the Ministry of Justice. 

http://www.delgeo.ec.europa.eu/en/press2008/17octa2008pr.html

 

New IT systems and equipment to support the work of Health and Social Programmes Agency in Georgia

IT systems and equipment have been provided to the Georgian Health and Social Programs Agency (HeSPA) under the EU-funded project Support Health and Social Programs Agency.  This project was initiated by the EU in April 2007, in the framework of the ongoing health care reform in Georgia, to support the Health and Social Programs Agency in improving access to high quality health care services. The new hardware and software will support development of modern and efficient methods of purchasing social and health services.

 
 
External trade statistics updated – until 2007

Trade statistics between the EU and third countries and regions have been updated on the DG Trade – External Trade website. A 12-page document covering statistics for each country, from 2004 until 2007, is now available.

General link to all new statistics.

 

DELEGATION NEWS

First Annual Best Micro Entrepreneur Award in Ramallah and Gaza

The first Annual Best Micro Entrepreneur Award will be held simultaneously in Ramallah and Gaza cities on 15 – 16 October 2008. The event will also include an exhibition showcasing local Palestinian products produced by micro entrepreneurs. Supported by the EU, this initiative will encourage micro entrepreneurs to perform better, expand and develop their income generating projects, to contribute to the national efforts of poverty reduction and economic development.

http://www.palmfi.ps/inv2008?sp=1

 

Egypt: Deadline for photography competition extended

The deadline for the 1st photography competition “Egypt: Life in a picture” organized by the Delegation of the European Commission is extended to Sunday 26th of October 2008. The Delegation announced that “due to a popular demand” it has decided to give the opportunity for more participants to take part in the competition.

Delegation website

 

Forthcoming events       
 
  • 22 October Georgia Donors conference
  • 29 October: EuroMed Ministerial Conference on Water
  • 31 October: Black Sea ministerial conference
  • 14 November EU-Russia summit
  • 15-17 November: European Development days
    Euromed Calendar http://ec.europa.eu/external_relations/euromed/calendar.htm
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    Detailed information on open tenders in the ENPI partner countries can be found in the  EuropeAid tender database here.Detailed information on procedures is here.

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