PCF Eastern Partnership ProgrammeThe EU launched the Eastern Partnership (EaP) on 7 May 2009 at a Summit with its Eastern Partners. The Eastern Partnership sets out an ambitious path for deeper relations with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, through a bilateral and a multilateral dimension. Part of the Eastern Partnership activities was the “Eastern Partnership - Council of Europe Facility Project on Good Governance and Fight against Corruption”, implemented from March 2011 until December 2014. 

The current “EU-CoE Programmatic Cooperation Framework (PCF) in the Eastern Partnership countries: Fight against corruption and fostering good governance / Fight against money-laundering” is a continuation of the previous assistance. It combines a Regional project (involving all six Eastern Partnership countries) with additional National projects in four Eastern Partnership countries for a total amount of 3.8 million Euros.

PCF-REGIONAL

Fight against corruption and Fostering Good Governance/Fight against money-laundering

[ € 1.2 M ]

PCF-AZERBAIJAN

Strengthening capacities to fight and prevent corruption in Azerbaijan

[ € 1.0 M ]

PCF-BELARUS

Good governance and fight against corruption in Belarus

[ € 0.1 M ]

PCF-GEORGIA

Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

[ € 0.5 M ]

PCF-UKRAINE

Fight against corruption in Ukraine

[ € 1.0 M ]

Highlights

  Annual Report

      2013 - 2014 - 2015 - 2016

  Activities annually

      2015 - 2016

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