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EESRK aktyviai dalyvauja ES plėtros procese ir palaiko dvejopus – regioninius ir dvišalius – santykius su pilietinės visuomenės organizacijomis (PVO) plėtros šalyse.

Kalbant apie regioninius santykius, Vakarų Balkanų tęstinio darbo komitetas – nuolatinis EESRK vidaus organas – yra pagrindinė priemonė EESRK veiklai šiame regione koordinuoti. Kas dvejus metus rengiamas Vakarų Balkanų pilietinės visuomenės forumas yra tęstinio darbo komiteto veiklos dalis.

EESRK taip pat vykdo dvišalį bendradarbiavimą su Vakarų Balkanais ir Turkija. Remdamasis šių šalių ir ES asociacijos susitarimais ir siekdamas į pasirengimo narystei ir stojimo procesus įtraukti PVO, EESRK su Turkijos, Juodkalnijos ir Serbijos pilietinės visuomenės atstovais įsteigė tris bendrus organus. Kiekvieną organą sudaro vienodas EESRK ir šalies partnerės narių skaičius, ir jie susitinka du kartus per metus.

EESRK palaiko reguliarius ryšius ir organizuoja bendrą veiklą su plėtros šalių PVO, su kuriomis kol kas nėra įsteigto bendro pilietinės visuomenės atstovų organo.

Bendrų organų darbą papildo EESRK nuomonių dėl atskirų šalių pasirengimo stojimui ir stojimo procesų, taip pat dėl regionams aktualių temų rengimas.

  • Rengiamos (updated on 12/04/2024) - Bureau decision date: 12/12/2023
    Nuoroda
    NAT/924-EESC
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Bulgaria
    Plenary session number
    589
    -
  • Priimtos on 27/04/2021 - Bureau decision date: 01/12/2020
    Nuoroda
    INT/930-EESC-2020-01-01
    Workers - GR II
    Malta

    The Communication stresses the EU's commitment to safeguarding an online environment providing the highest possible freedom and security, for the benefit of its citizens.

    EESC opinion: Communication on cybersecurity strategy
  • Priimtos on 10/07/2014
    Nuoroda
    REX/401-EESC-2014-1609
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Plenary session number
    500
    -

    This own-initiative opinion will draw upon the first-hand experiences of the non-state actors (civil society, business and trade unions) engaged in the accession negotiations between Croatia and the EU over the period 2005-11, as well as experiences of EESC members who have been engaged in the work of Joint Consultative Committees (JCCs) with accession countries over the past seven years (Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey and Montenegro) as well as the Western Balkans Follow-up Committee.

    Enhancing the transparency and inclusiveness of the EU accession process
  • Priimtos on 21/01/2014
    Nuoroda
    ECO/359-EESC-2014-01-01-7379
    Employers - GR I
    Greece
    Plenary session number
    495
    -

    The EESC welcomes the special attention devoted to drawing up a European Union Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region (EUSAIR), in order to support cohesion and competitiveness in the light of challenges that cannot be satisfactorily resolved by single regions or countries through the usual means. The EESC believes that EUSAIR must adopt a comprehensive programme with an action-oriented list of projects and schemes, and strongly recommends that better use be made of the private sector's potential to attract investment (both local and international) and to create business opportunities. Simultaneously, the strategy should include a stronger social dimension, in order to better support inclusive growth in the Adriatic and Ionian region.

    EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region (EUSAIR)
  • Priimtos on 10/07/2013
    Nuoroda
    REX/381-EESC-2013-1176
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Romania
    Workers - GR II
    Austria
    Plenary session number
    491
    -

    The opinion should take stock of the current situation of civil society in Serbia (legal environment, relations with the authorities, situation of social and civil dialogues) and propose recommendations for possible EU action in this field. The opinion will provide an opportunity to get the views of Serbian civil society organisations in the course of a study visit to Serbia.

    The role of civil society in EU-Serbia relations
  • Priimtos on 12/03/2008
    Nuoroda
    REX/239-EESC-2008-01-01-505
    Plenary session number
    443
    -
    EU-Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  • Priimtos on 24/10/2007
    Nuoroda
    REX/237-EESC-2007-1468
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Austria
    Plenary session number
    439
    -
    Croatia on the road to accession
  • Reference number
    21/2024

    The 18th meeting of the EU-Montenegro Joint Consultative Committee (JCC), which took place in Podgorica today, sent a clear message to the EU institutions, that Montenegro is firmly committed to becoming the 28th member by 2028. The JCC members encouraged their organisations, the national authorities and the EU institutions to spare no efforts to accomplish the rule of law interim benchmarks. Obtaining the Interim Benchmark Assessment Report (IBAR) for the rule of law by June, will be a turning point in the EU accession process, enabling provisional closing of other chapters.

  • Reference number
    9/2024

    Today, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) officially launched its initiative to welcome civil society representatives from EU candidate countries. A total of 131 'Enlargement Candidate Members' (ECM) were selected to make up  the pool of civil society experts who will be participating in the Committee's work, thus making the EESC the first institution to open its doors to EU candidate countries. The initiative, a political priority of EESC President Oliver Röpke, sets new standards for involving candidate countries in EU activities, facilitating their progressive and tangible integration into the EU.

  • Reference number
    51/2023

    In the run-up to the EU-Western Balkans Summit, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) met with Montenegrin civil society on 7 December 2023 to take stock of the country's accession progress, and in particular its public administration reform. The participants raised concerns about the weakening capacity of the country's public administration to respond to the growing demands of the EU agenda. However, with the new government, there is a window of opportunity for the necessary reforms to move forward in the accession negotiations.