Východoeurópske susedné štáty

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Činnosť EHSV, pokiaľ ide o východoeurópske susedné krajiny zahŕňa Arménsko, Azerbajdžan, Bielorusko, Gruzínsko, Moldavsko a Ukrajinu. Hlavným cieľom EHSV, pokiaľ ide o východných susedov je posilniť vzťahy s organizáciami občianskej spoločnosti v regióne a zapojiť ich do dialógu s ich vnútroštátnymi tvorcami politiky a organizovanou občianskou spoločnosťou EÚ.

Hlavné mechanizmy spolupráce s Gruzínskom, Moldavskom a Ukrajinou sú platformy občianskej spoločnosti (tag to all three), ktoré dopĺňajú politické orgány existujúce v rámci dohôd EÚ o pridružení s týmito krajinami. Platformy umožňujú organizáciám občianskej spoločnosti z EÚ a partnerskej krajiny monitorovať proces realizácie a pripraviť odporúčania pre príslušné orgány.

Na strane EÚ tieto platformy zahŕňajú členov EHSV, ako aj zástupcov veľkých európskych sietí občianskej spoločnosti. Partnerskú krajinu zastupuje široké spektrum organizácií občianskej spoločnosti. Členstvo v platforme sa zakladá na vyváženom zastúpení všetkých záujmových skupín (organizácií zamestnávateľov, odborových zväzov a rôznych záujmových skupín).

Monitorovací výbor pre východoeurópske susedné štáty bol v EHSV vytvorený v roku 2004 ako špecializovaný orgán zodpovedný za vzťahy s občianskou spoločnosťou vo východoeurópskych susedných štátoch. Monitorovací výbor sa zvyčajne stretáva štyrikrát ročne a jeho členovia sa aktívne zúčastňujú na činnostiach Východného partnerstva, ako sú multilaterálne platformy Východného partnerstva a Fórum občianskej spoločnosti krajín Východného partnerstva.

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