EU-Ukraine Association Agenda to prepare and facilitate the implementation of the Association Agreement
The European Union and Tunisia are determined to seize this opportunity in order to strengthen the
ties between them and promote stability, security and prosperity on
the basis of a partnership based on solidarity and common interests. The approach is founded on partnership, joint ownership and differentiation.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) and the European Community (EC) first established contractual relations in 1997 when the EC and the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), for the benefit of the PA, concluded an Interim Association Agreement on trade and cooperation. On the basis of this agreement, the EU – PA European Neighbourhood Policy Action Plan was signed in May 2005.
POLITIQUE EUROPEENNE DE VOISINAGE PROJET DE PLAN D’ACTION MAROC POUR LA MISE EN OEUVRE DU STATUT AVANCE (2013-2017)
The EU Moldova Action Plan is a political document
laying out the strategic objectives
of the cooperation between Moldova and the EU.
The European Neighbourhood Policy offers through its Action Plan a strategic tool for the EU
to accompany Lebanon in its reform process.
Moving towards an “advanced status” relationship stems from the common objective of promoting peace, stability and prosperity and based on the core values the EU and Jordan share, i.e. democratic principles including the rule of law and the respect for human rights. This Action Plan gives concrete substance to the “advanced status” partnership.