Black Sea Synergy (EU)

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject: The Black Sea Synergy (the European Union, Ukraine, Moldova). Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the Black Sea Synergy (European Union).
  2. The European Union's relationship with Ukraine and Moldova.
  3. The EU-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
  4. Partnership and Cooperation Agreement
Sub-subject “The European Union Black Sea Synergy” is studied…
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Europe, Pacific

Languages of study: En or Es Mar Negro Fr UE

Sample of the Sub-subject: Black Sea Synergy (European Union):
Black Sea Synergy

Sub-Subject Description: Black Sea Synergy (European Union).

  1. The European Union (EU) encourage development and regional cooperation in the South-east Europe region through the Black Sea Synergy.
  2. 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.
  3. Black Sea countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia (South Caucasus), Moldova, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine.
  4. Ukraine is a preference partner (European Neighbourhood Policy).
  5. The Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (1998) is a framework for bilateral cooperation between the European Union and Ukraine.
  6. Negotiations of a deep and exhaustive Free Trade Area could be started.

Foreign trade EU -Ukraine:

  1. The European Union is one of the largest trade partners of Ukraine (33% of the foreign trade).
  2. Ukraine was the 17th largest trade partner of the European Union and the fifteenth largest export market.
  3. 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.

  1. The European Union and Moldova intend to set up a Deep and exhaustive Free Trade Area.

Bilateral trade in products European Union-Moldova.

  1. The European Union products exported to Moldova: Euros 1.1 billion
  2. The European Union imported goods from Moldova: Euros 523 million

The Black Sea Synergy is an inter-civilisational programme (Islamic, European, and Orthodox Civilisation).

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