Since 2003, the European Commission has adopted successive proposals in the form of Communications which have shaped/mapped the European Neighbourhood Policy. Since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, the Communications are jointly presented by the Commissioner and the High Representative.
The ENP action plans (or Association Agendas for Eastern partner countries) set out the partner country’s agenda for political and economic reforms, with short and medium-term priorities of 3 to 5 years, and reflect the country’s needs and capacities, as well as its and the EU’s interests.
Once a year, the European Commission and the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy publish reports assessing the progress made towards the objectives of the Action Plans and the Association Agendas.
Here you will find the legal framework and documents related to the financial support for the ENP.
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