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Projects in Action: cooperation through the eyes of journalists in the South

Cooperation between the European Union and the countries participating in the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and benefiting from the European Neighbourhood Partnership Instrument (ENPI) exists on two levels.

The first is the political. The meetings where leaders get together to decide the policy areas on which emphasis should be given. The second deals with turning these decisions into actions on the ground, through the funding of projects, offering the Partners practical support in their efforts to bring about change and modernization.
 
This support is given to Partners mainly on a bilateral level. However, there is a regional dimension, whereby funds are allocated to projects involving more than one Neighbourhood country. This regional cooperation programme ismanaged by EuropeAid.

 

 
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