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Black Sea Synergy

Definition(s)

An institutionalised forum for EU cooperation encouraging cooperation between the EU and the countries surrounding the Black Sea and for tackling common problems while encouraging political and economic reform.

Source(s)

Website of the Black Sea Synergy

Translations

  • BG: Черноморско сътрудничество
  • CS: Černomořská synergie
  • DE: Schwarzmeersynergie
  • EL: Συνέργεια του Ευξείνου Πόντου
  • EN: Black Sea Synergy
  • ES: Sinergia del mar Negro
  • ET: Musta mere sünergia (koostöö)
  • FI: Mustanmeren synergia
  • FR: Synergie de la mer Noire
  • GA: Sineirge na Mara Duibhe
  • HU: Fekete-tengeri szinergia
  • IT: Sinergia del Mar Nero
  • LT: Juodosios jūros sinergija
  • LV: Melnās jūras reģiona sinerģija
  • MT: Sinerġija tal-Baħar l-Iswed
  • NL: Black Sea Synergy (no usual translation)
  • PL: Synergia Czarnomorska
  • PT: Sinergia do Mar Negro
  • RO: Sinergia Marii Negre
  • SK: Čiernomorská synergia
  • SL: Črnomorska Sinergija
  • SV: Svartahavssynergin
  • NO: Svartehavssynergien

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Note(s)

1. The Black Sea Synergy is part of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) of the EU and is intended as a flexible framework complementing existing EU policy, seeking to tackle the significant opportunities and challenges in the Black Sea area that require coordinated action at the regional level in the sectors such as energy, transport, environment, migration and security. In the field of migration and security enhanced cooperation at border security increases the security at regional level and helps to fight organised cross-border crime such as trafficking in human beings, and to prevent irregular migration.
2. A conference between EU and Black Sea Foreign Affairs Ministers in Kiev (Ukraine) in 2008 initiated the synergy.
3. For more information, see: Black Sea Synergy – A new regional cooperation initiative, COM(2007) 160 final, 11 April 2007