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Wschodni sąsiedzi

Działania EKES-u związane ze wschodnimi sąsiadami UE obejmują Armenię, Azerbejdżan,  Białoruś, Gruzję, Mołdawię i Ukrainę. Głównym celem EKES-u w odniesieniu do europejskich sąsiadów wschodnich jest rozszerzanie stosunków z organizacjami społeczeństwa obywatelskiego w regionie i angażowanie ich w dialog zarówno z decydentami krajowymi, jak i ze zorganizowanym społeczeństwem obywatelskim UE.

Głównymi mechanizmami współpracy z Gruzją, Mołdawią i Ukrainą są platformy społeczeństwa obywatelskiego, które uzupełniają organy polityczne istniejące w ramach układów o stowarzyszeniu UE z tymi państwami. Platformy umożliwiają organizacjom społeczeństwa obywatelskiego z UE i z krajów partnerskich nadzorowanie procesu wdrażania oraz przygotowanie zaleceń dla właściwych organów. 

Ze strony UE do platform należą członkowie EKES-u oraz przedstawiciele dużych europejskich sieci społeczeństwa obywatelskiego.  Ze strony krajów partnerskich należy do nich szeroki wachlarz organizacji społeczeństwa obywatelskiego.  Członkostwo w platformie opiera się na zrównoważonej reprezentacji wszystkich grup interesów (organizacji pracodawców, związków zawodowych i innych podmiotów).

W ramach EKES-u w lipcu 2004 r. powołano Komitet Monitorujący ds. Wschodnich Sąsiadów UE jako specjalny organ odpowiedzialny za stosunki ze społeczeństwem obywatelskim w państwach wschodniego sąsiedztwa. Co roku organizuje on zazwyczaj cztery posiedzenia, a jego członkowie biorą aktywny udział w działaniach Partnerstwa Wschodniego, takich jak wielostronne platformy i Forum Społeczeństwa Obywatelskiego Partnerstwa Wschodniego.

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07/07/2015

On 7 July 2015, in collaboration with the Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK), Group III hosted a seminar to discuss the current situation in trade and agri-food products following the Russian restrictions on food imports from the EU. Since Russia banned the import of agricultural goods from the EU the situation for food producers has been very critical and has impacted several European countries such as Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia which export more than half of their agri-food export to Russia.

 

22/11/2018
9.30-17.30

The Civil Society Platform complements the political bodies existing within the framework of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement, and it allows civil society organisations from both sides to monitor the implementation process and prepare their recommendations to the relevant authorities both in Georgia as well as in the European Union. At the fourth meeting, the Members of the Platform discussed the state of play of the implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement and adopted reports on energy efficiency in Georgia and on climate change in Georgia.

22/05/2017

The CSP complements the political bodies existing within the framework of the EU-Moldova Association Agreement, and it allows civil society organisations from both sides to monitor the implementation process and prepare their recommendations to the relevant authorities both in the Republic of Moldova as well as in the European Union.

23/10/2018

The Civil Society Platform complements the political bodies existing within the framework of the EU-Moldova Association Agreement, and it allows civil society organisations from both sides to monitor the implementation process and prepare their recommendations to the relevant authorities both in the Republic of Moldova as well as in the European Union. At this fourth meeting, participants discussed Human rights and democratic institutions in Moldova.

25/10/2013

The conference aims to raise the profile of trade as an essential means to secure growth and jobs in the current economic crisis, in line with the Europe 2020 strategy. The Conference will in particular look at the following issues: • Key trade-related issues, in particular those affecting Lithuania and neighbouring EU - and CIS - countries • Eastern Partnership: Progress of DCFTA negotiations • Maintaining Open and Fair Trade (Updating EU Trade Defence Instruments and related issues)

27/09/2017
EU-Russia Cooperation in the areas of Higher Education and Rural Development

The 7th Joint Seminar of the European Economic and Social Committee and the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation (CCRF) will bring together EESC members and representatives of their Russian counterpart, representatives of the European Commission, experts and academics, to discuss cooperation in the areas of higher education and rural development. During four thematic sessions, participants will focus on EU-Russia cooperation in the fields of science, research and innovation; aligning higher education in the EU and Russia (the Bologna Process) and Erasmus+, on narrowing the gaps between rural and urban areas, and on cross-border cooperation for businesses and SMEs.

15/11/2017

The 5th meeting of the EU-Ukraine Civil Society Platform took place on 15 November 2017 in Kyiv. During the meeting, a debate was held assessing the state of play in the implementation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, and two reports, prepared by both sides, were discussed and adopted – on the Progress in the implementation of Euro-integration reforms in the field of Science and Technology, and on The rights of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). A Joint Declaration was adopted at the end of the meeting to be forwarded to the EU-Ukraine Association Council, the Association Committee, the Parliamentary Association Committee and other relevant bodies both in Ukraine as well as in the EU.

26/03/2019

Representatives of the European and Georgian Domestic Advisory Groups (DAGs), set up under the Trade and Sustainable Development Chapter of the Association Agreement between the European Union and Georgia, held their fourth joint meeting in Brussels on 26 March 2019. The participants followed-up on the implementation of the Trade and Sustainable Development Chapter of the Association Agreement.

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