Black Sea Synergy (European Union)
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: The Black Sea Synergy (the EU, Ukraine, Moldova). Syllabus:
- Introduction to the Black Sea Synergy (European Union).
- The European Union's relationship with Ukraine and Moldova.
- The EU-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
- Partnership and Cooperation Agreement
Sample of the Sub-subject: Black Sea Synergy (European Union):
Sub-Subject Description: Black Sea Synergy (European Union).
- The European Union (EU) encourage development and regional cooperation in the South-east Europe region through the Black Sea Synergy.
- Recently has seen the fast development of international trade relations between the European Union and the Organisation of the Organisation of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation.
- Black Sea countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia (South Caucasus), Moldova, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine.
- Ukraine is a preference partner (European Neighbourhood Policy).
- The Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (1998) is a framework for bilateral cooperation between the European Union and Ukraine.
- Negotiations of a deep and exhaustive Free Trade Area could be started.
Foreign trade EU -Ukraine:
- The European Union is one of the largest trade partners of Ukraine (33% of the foreign trade).
- Ukraine was the 17th largest trade partner of the European Union and the fifteenth largest
- The European Union is the largest trade partner of Ukraine (27% of the total exports and 34% of imports).
Moldova is a partner nation within the European Neighbourhood Policy.
- The European Union and Moldova intend to set up a Deep and exhaustive Free Trade Area.
Bilateral trade in products European Union-Moldova.
- The European Union products exported to Moldova: Euros 1.1 billion
- The European Union imported goods from Moldova: Euros 523 million
The Black Sea Synergy is an inter-civilisational programme (Islamic, European, and Orthodox Civilisation).