Belarus and the European Union should switch to new practical forms of cooperation, Belarusian Economy Minister Vladimir Zinovsky said as he met with a EU delegation led by Katarina Mathernova, Deputy Director-General of the European Commission's Directorate-General for Neighborhood and Enlargem...
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus Vladimir Makei expects that the all-round cooperation with the European Union will intensify. He made the statement when talking to reporters at the 17th Assembly of the Business Circles of Belarus, BelTA has learned.
Belarusian Economy Minister Vladimir Zinovsky and Alain Pilloux, Vice President for Policy and Partnerships of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), have discussed a new EBRD strategy for Belarus for 2016-2019
The overall objective of the territorial cooperation programme Belarus - Ukraine is to strengthen cross border contacts between local authorities, communities and civil society organizations to help develop joint solutions to common social and economic development challenges.
The European Union-Belarus Coordination Group met in Minsk on 3-4 April 2017, following previous meetings in the same format in April and November 2016. The European Union delegation was led by Thomas Mayr-Harting, Managing Director for Europe and Central Asia of the European External Action Service, and incl...
The Assessors selected within the framework of this Call will be involved in the assessment process for the project applications submitted under the Cross-border Cooperation Programme Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014-2020.
The Cross-border Cooperation Programme Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014-2020 has invited schools from Ukraine and Belarus to take part in a cross-border competition for schools entitled “Let’s Preserve the Cultural Heritage Together!”. The idea of the competition is to show the cultural diversity of the cross-bord...
The representatives of the central and regional authorities from all three countries taking part in the Committee recommended all positively assessed concept notes, i.e. 162 projects, to take part in the second stage of the call.
The representatives of the central and regional authorities from all three countries taking part in the Committee recommended all positively assessed concept notes, i.e. 172 projects, to take part in the second stage of the call.
The European Union International Technical Assistance Centre in Belarus is your reliable guide to EU assistance
Since gaining independence the Republic of Belarus has become an active participant in international technical cooperation among states and leading international organizations in the following priority areas:
- human resource development, improvement of living standards and the delivery of social services;
- sustainable economic growth through further development of foreign trade, innovation and investment activities;
- energy efficiency;
- environmental protection, rehabilitation and sustainable development of areas affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
The European Union is one of the main donors of international technical assistance to Belarus. The European Union is the major donor of technical assistance in the world and it developes many assistance programmes worldwide with a total budget of more than 10 billion euro a year.