The Eastern Neighbours Follow-up Committee

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The Eastern Neighbours Follow-up Committee was established in 2004 as a dedicated EESC body responsible for relations with civil society in the Eastern Neighbourhood countries. The Follow-up Committee usually meets four times a year and discusses current issues relating to the Eastern Neighbourhood countries, often inviting representatives from other European institutions, outside experts, civil society organisations and others. The Committee members play an active part in Eastern Partnership (EaP) activities, such as EaP multilateral platforms and the EaP Civil Society Forum.