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The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) is chiefly a bilateral policy between the EU and each partner country and governs the EU's relations with 16 of its eastern and southern neighbours:

*This designation does not entail any recognition of Palestine as a state and is without prejudice to positions on the recognition of Palestine as a state.

Eastern Partnership

The EU cooperates with Armenia in the framework of the European Neighbourhood Policy and its eastern regional dimension, the Eastern Partnership...

The European Union’s bilateral relations with Azerbaijan are based on the EU-Azerbaijan Partnership and Cooperation Agreement in force since 1999...

The conduct and aftermath of the 2020 Presidential elections in Belarus have put at risk progress made in bilateral relations in the past years...

Based on the Commission’s opinion on the country’s application for EU membership, Georgia was given a European perspective on 23 June 2022 by unanimous agreement between the leaders of all 27 EU Member States...

Based on the Commission’s opinion on the country’s application for EU membership, Moldova was given a European perspective and granted candidate status on 23 June 2022 by unanimous agreement between the leaders of all 27 EU Member States...

Based on the Commission’s opinion on the country’s application for EU membership, Ukraine was given a European perspective and granted candidate status on 23 June 2022 by unanimous agreement between the leaders of all 27 EU Member States...

Southern Neighbourhood

The European Union and Algeria have a long-standing partnership of which the Association Agreement...

The European Union-Egypt relations have intensified over the past years and cover a wide spectrum of fields of cooperation...

The European Union-Israel partnership underpins political relations and aims at strengthening economic performance, while fostering regional...

The partnership between the European Union (EU) and Jordan is underpinned by a shared commitment to boost Jordan’s social and economic development...

The partnership between the European Union (EU) and Lebanon aims to promote Lebanon’s development as a stable, democratic, politically open...

The EU is determined to help Libya return to peace and resume its transition towards a stable, secure and prosperous country...

The European Union - Morocco relationship tackles common challenges such as economic development, innovation, climate change, justice, security...

The European Union is the biggest provider of external assistance to the Palestinians. In line with the goal of a negotiated two-state solution...

The European Union (EU) suspended all its bilateral cooperation with the Government of Syria in May 2011, following the escalation of violence...

The partnership between Tunisia and the European Union (EU) is rooted in the mutual interest of enhancing a prosperous and stable Tunisian democracy..