Mobility and Transport

International relations

Eastern Partnership Transport Panel

Eastern Partnership Transport Panel

The Eastern Partnership was launched in May 2009 in order to enhance the cooperation with six countries of Eastern Europe and Southern Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine.

The Eastern Partnership Transport Panel was established on 23 September 2011 . The Panel is a framework for exchange of information and best practice between the partner countries and the EU Member States. Its goal is to strengthen transport connections both between the partner countries and the EU and between partner countries themselves. It addresses reforms underpinning regulatory convergence across transport modes.

12th Eastern partnership transport panel documents

11th Eastern partnership transport panel documents

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10th Eastern partnership transport panel documents

 

Policy and other related documents

Establishment of the EaP Panel on Transport (2011)

9th Eastern Partnership transport panel documents