Źródła ﬁnansowania reform w państwach Partnerstwa Wschodniego
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Sources of Reforms’ Financing in the Eastern Partnership Countries
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The Eastern Partnership program was established in May of 2009 and became a part of EU external policy. It contains a complex concept addressed to all countries participating in the Program. Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine have established a wide range of close political and economic cooperation with the European Union. Under Eastern Partnership cooperation the beneﬁ ciary countries can count on ﬁnancial and organizational support in the implementation of the wide range reforms in their economies. This article aims to present the main sources of ﬁ nancial support addressed to the Eastern Partnership countries and the current state of implementation of the Eastern Partnership objectives. The article shows the nature and purpose of the establishment of the Eastern Partnership, presents the speciﬁcity of programs addressed to the Partnership countries by the European Union, the European Investment Bank and the Visegrad Group countries.
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