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Lebanon Delegation newsletter: progress and missed opportunities on ENP Action Plan

The third edition of the newsletter issued by the EC delegation in Lebanon examines the progress in implementation of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) since the entry into force of Lebanon’s ENP Action Plan in 2007, and identifies missed opportunities.
 
The newsletter, published in English, French and Arabic, says the institutional process has been established and some reforms have been progressing but the potential of the ENP in Lebanon remains under-exploited. The publication also provides background on the ENP in the country, focusing on the main areas of activity-allocated funds under the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) for 2007-2010, and presenting the new funding instruments available to Lebanon. 
 
The newsletter also includes an article on the online helpdesk for Export to Europe and a series of EC calls for proposals. 
 
Newsletter – 3rd issue
 
ENPI Info Centre webpage – ENP
 
ENPI Info Centre webpage - Lebanon
 
EC delegation to Lebanon – website
 


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