Oleksandra Gumeniuk was elected to the Supervisory Board of the project “Support to the Ukrainian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum”. EUEA joined the Ukrainian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum in 2018 and is actively involved in the work of Working Group 3 (WG3). The priority topics of the Working Group are:
Environment and Climate Change
- Environmental and climate sustainability of the Eastern Partnership – assessment, prospects and achievements in Ukraine.
- Development of renewable energy and creation of balancing capacities – analysis of challenges for the sustainability of Ukraine’s energy system in terms of achieving energy and climate goals.
- Search for new forms of gas cooperation in the context of sectoral integration into the EU market.
- Greening of transport policy in Ukraine.
- Analysis and recommendations on road safety in Ukraine.
This week, from 07.07 to 10.07, online sessions of WG3 delegates from the Eastern Partnership countries (Azerbaijan, Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine) on transport, environment and energy as part of the European Green Deal are taking place. In addition to industry meetings of civil society representatives, there will also be a meeting with the Directorate of the European Commission for EU Neighborhood Policy, as well as with the Directorate of the European Commission for Energy.
Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) is the largest umbrella organization of NGOs from the Eastern Partnership region and the EU, working together with +1000 organizations to promote European integration, facilitate reforms and democratic transformations in the six Eastern Partnership countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
The mission of EaP CSF is to ensure effective participation of civil societies of Eastern Partnership and the EU in the process of planning, monitoring and implementation of the Eastern Partnership policy in constructive dialogue with the EU and EaP decision-makers.
The Eastern Partnership (EaP) is a policy initiative that aims to bring the six Eastern neighbors – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine – closer to the EU.