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EU Neighbourhood Library – 700 documents already online

The EU Neighbourhood Library is a user-friendly online information resource bringing together the key documents that guide EU relations with the ENP and ENPI partner countries.

This library allows you to search and download a wide range of materials, from Association Agreements and Country reports to essential policy documents generated by EU-funded projects. The search can be made by country, by theme, by source, by policy, by date of publication and by key word.
 
Documents can be downloaded in their original language (mainly English or French) as well as any other language versions in which they are available.
 
The Library is an indispensable tool for think tanks, academics, public servants, media, civil society and others interested to know how the Partnership works. (ENPI Info Centre)
 
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