The EU and Ukraine have launched a new educational programme for public servants. The agreement ‘Natolin4Capacity’ project was signed on 11 February, on the eve of the EU-Ukraine Association Council, by European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement, Olivér Várhelyi, and Olha Stefanishyna, Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.
This €2.45 million project will support Ukraine’s public administration in the implementation of the country’s comprehensive reform agenda and the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, and further EU-Ukraine integration and legal approximation through hands-on and blended-learning education delivered by the College of Europe in Natolin.
The College of Europe is the oldest and Europe’s most renowned institute of postgraduate studies and training in European affairs. It operates on two campuses, one in Bruges (Belgium) and the other in Natolin (Warsaw, Poland). Established in 1992 in Warsaw, the College of Europe in Natolin has been the first in the region to offer academic study of new developments in the EU and its neighbourhoods.
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