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I-062308
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Date: 09/07/2009

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Date: 11/07/2007

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Date: 29/06/2001
Conférence des Donateurs pour la République Fédérale de Yougoslavie: arrivées, tour de table et discours d'ouverture
The donors' conference for the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) was organised and chaired by the European Commission and the World Bank. This conference has been made possible by the efforts and reforms accomplished over the last few months by the government in Belgrade. The aim of the conference was to outline the priorities and stages involved in the reconstruction of the FRY. Participants examined the economic progress already achieved, as well as the reforms that remain outstanding and then determine the investment priorities. Work focused on the Economic Recovery and Transition Programme (ERTP) for the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) elaborated by the World Bank, European Commission and the Yugoslavian government. The ERTP has set out a number of structural reforms, sectoral reforms in particular, indicating priority public investments and identifying the budgetary needs of the country for 2001. The funds needed for the rebuilding of the FRY are assessed by the conference organisers as around USD 3.9 billion over a period of three or four years. In the immediate term, namely the year 2001, the World Bank and the European Commission are hoping that the total number of donors will make a commitment to providing a sum of up to USD 1.25 billion, an amount necessary for: investing in basic infrastructure (health, roads, telecommunications, national grid, etc.); financing of current out-goings (salaries for teachers, doctors, general budget costs); financing technical support, such as the sending experts from the European Union if requested by the Yugoslavian government.

I-033850
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Date: 12/12/2000

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Date: 30/03/2000

I-068714
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Date: 31/01/2011

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Date: 17/03/2010

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Date: 03/05/2006

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Date: 28/08/2002

I-039519
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Date: 16/04/2002
Conseil de coopération UE/Moldova : tour de table
The Cooperation Council between the EU and the Republic of Moldova held its fourth meeting under the chairmanship of Josep Piqué i Camps, Spanish Minister for Foreign Affairs and President in Office of the Council. Vasile Tarlev, Moldovan Prime Minister, headed the Moldovan Delegation. Catherine Day, Deputy Director General of the DG External Relations of the EC, represented the EC. The meeting provided the opportunity for the Moldovan Government to give assurances to the EU on the continuation of economic reform as well as the pro-European orientation of Moldovan foreign policy. The EU stressed the importance of internal political stability in Moldova. The EU welcomed the plans of the Moldovan Government for privatisation in the coming months. The EU stressed the need for the Moldovan authorities to make a substantial effort to accelerate market-oriented economic policies and reach agreement with the International Financial Institutions. The Cooperation Council reviewed the progress made during the past year in the four priority areas for cooperation in the framework of the PCA (ie. approximation of legislation and law enforcement, customs and cross-border cooperation, fight against crime and follow-up to the feasibility study on the EU-Moldova Free Trade Area), and agreed that, as an important new priority, increased efforts should be made to improve the investment climate in Moldova. As regards prospects for a free trade agreement, both sides agreed to elaborate a strategy for a follow-up to the joint Feasibility Study in the relevant PCA structures. Ministers had a useful exchange of views on recent political developments in Moldova, in particular concerning the Transnistrian region, as well as international issues and regional cooperation, in particular participation of Moldova in the Stability Pact and fight against terrorism. On Transnistria, the EU stressed the importance of a peaceful solution to the Transnistrian conflict in full respect of Moldova's territorial integrity.

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