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The Commission and the High Representative should deliver a Joint Communication preparing a Euro-Asian connectivity strategy which addresses transport, energy, digital economy, people-to people contacts. The European Union should proactively define and pursue its own comprehensive vision of connectivity in line with its values and interests, working with partners to achieve this vision and common objectives.

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Foreign affairs and security policy
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Joint communication

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06 February 2018 - 06 March 2018
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  • Finnair Plc. (Finland)
    6 March 2018 Company/business organisation
    Finnair Plc. (Finland)

    Finnair Plc. Tietotie 9 01530 Vantaa, Finland EU Asia Connectivity Finnair would like to thank the Commission for the opportunity to comment the ongoing EU-Asia Connecitivity process and the recently published Joint Staff Working Document: Euro-Asian Connectivity Mapping Exercise. As the Staff Working Document points out, in a current globalized world 60% of growth comes from Asia. All this is a result of long-term investment in...

  • European International Contractors (EIC) (Germany)
    5 March 2018 Business association
    European International Contractors (EIC) (Germany)

    European International Contractors (EIC) has as its members construction industry trade associations from fifteen European countries and represents the interests of the European construction industry in all questions related to its international construction activities particularly with respect to the political, legal, economic and financial framework conditions for the international business. European international contractors are operating...

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland (Poland)
    5 March 2018 Public authority
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland (Poland)

    Please find attached the contribution of the Government of the Republic of Poland to the Joint Communication to the European Parliament and the Council – Elements for an EU Strategy on connecting Europe and Asia "EaP connectivity agenda. A key to safeguard EU’s interests in Eurasia". The above mentioned contribution has been adopted as an official position of the Government of the Republic of Poland by the Committee of European Affairs on 2nd...

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