Today, the Commission is announcing an initial €83 million in humanitarian aid to support the people affected by Russia's war against Ukraine in 2024.
Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton and Moldovan Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development and Digitalisation Dumitru Alaiba have yesterday afternoon signed an association agreement for the Digital Europe Programme with Moldova.
The Commission has today proposed to renew the suspension of import duties and quotas on Ukrainian exports to the EU for another year, while reinforcing protection for sensitive EU agricultural products.
Today the Commission signed High-Level Understandings with Ukraine and Moldova to revise the trans-European transport (TEN-T) network in their territories and improve connections with the EU.
The European Investment Bank has today signed a €41.2 million loan with Moldova, destined to improve internal transport connections as well as to provide long-term economic benefits to the wider region. This loan will be complemented by an EU grant of €12 million.
European Commission and the European Union Intellectual Property Office team up to enhance intellectual property rights in Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia
On 12 December, the European Commission and the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) signed a new project in support of Ukraine, the Republic of Moldova and Georgia. This new project, implemented by the EUIPO, aims at supporting economic development in the three partner countries by
Commission adopts 2023 Enlargement package, recommends to open negotiations with Ukraine and Moldova, to grant candidate status to Georgia and to open accession negotiations with BiH, once the necessary degree of compliance is achieved
Today, the European Commission adopted the 2023 Enlargement Package, providing a detailed assessment of the state of play and the progress made by Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Türkiye, and for the first time also Ukraine, the Republic of Moldova and
The Commission welcomes the signature of three grant agreements under the Connecting Europe Facility for Transport worth almost €45 million to improve transport connections between Moldova and Romania along the trans-European transport network (TEN-T).
At the Global Gateway Forum, EU Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations Olivér Várhelyi and European Investment Bank’sPresident Werner Hoyer formalised a financial package by which the European Commission will provide an investment grant of €12 million …
The Commission will pay €72.5 million in financial support to the Republic of Moldova, as part of the ongoing Macro-Financial Assistance operation to the country. Today, Moldova received a €50 million loan, and a further payment of €22.5 million in grants will follow by the end of the month.