New number of Newsletter contains most recent information on visa facilitation and liberalisation processes between the EU and its eastern neighbours. To subscribe to the Newsletter, send e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org [PDF 164 KB]
On the eve of the Eastern Partnership Summit in Riga, we present to you a policy paper: prepared by experts of the Stefan Batory Foundation (Warsaw) and the Institute of World Policy (Kyiv).
We have published report Implementation of Selected Provisions of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in Poland.
The Batory Foundation and the Warsaw office of Friedrich Ebert Foundation have prepared recommendations [PDF 245 KB] on the modification of the Eastern Partnership. They were written in the framework of public consultation announced by the European Commission on the revision of the European Neighbourhood Policy which lasted until June 30. The recommendations elaborated by Grzegorz Gromadzki (Batory Foundation) and Bastian Sendhardt (Friedrich Ebert Foundation) were discussed during the expert meeting on June 25 in Warsaw with participation of diplomats from embassies of Georgia, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and Ukraine, the European Commission Representation in Poland and experts from New Eastern Europe and Polish Institute of International Affairs.
We presented our assessment of the European Commission’s proposal to amend visa policy, which would influence issuance of visas to citizens of, among others, Georgia, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia.