Database of EaP documents (agreements, case studies, publications, presentations, reports)

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    Georgia
    • Air Transport
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    Moldova

    • Air Transport
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      Agreements and declarations

    2015

    Joint Declaration of the Eastern Partnership Summit

    EU leaders met representatives of the Eastern Partnership partner countries at the fourth Eastern Partnership summit in Riga to reconfirm the importance the EU attaches to its Eastern Partnership. Find out more about the summit here

    2013

    Joint Declaration on future of Eastern Partnership transport cooperation

    Ministers responsible for Transport of the EU Member States and Partner countries of the Eastern Partnership and representatives of the European Commission (hereinafter "the Participants") have met in Luxembourg on 9 October 2013 back to back with the formal TTE Council to discuss cooperation in transport and logistics, with special emphasis on the improvement of transport connections between the EU and its closest neighbours.

    2011

    European Union Neighbourhood Transport Plan

    To achieve closer transport market integration with the neighbouring countries, the Commission published a new EU Neighbourhood Transport Action Plan setting out over 20 actions for the short and longer term to strengthen transport connections. The full detail of these measures are set out in the Communication on "The EU and its neighbouring regions: A renewed approach to transport cooperation."

    2011

    Joint Declaration on transport cooperation between the EU and Eastern Partnership countries

    European Commission put forward actions to improve transport connections with the EU's neighbouring countries

    2011

    Partnership Agreement Economic Integration and Convergence with EU Policies

    The Heads of State or Government and representatives of the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, the representatives of the European Union and the Heads of State or Government and representatives of its Member States, are committed to the success and the development of the Eastern Partnership, and have therefore agreed to the following: A deeper bilateral engagement: Political association, Socio-Economic integration and mobility.

     

    EAP Maps

    2013

    Eastern Partnership regional transport study (EU TRACECA IDEA II)
    TEN Tec maps of EaP strategic railways and road networks
    maps of EaP strategic projects maps of road condition maps of electrification rail and road freight flow patterns rail and road passengers flow patterns 

    Annex 1 includes railway and road indicators.
     

    2013

    Eastern Partnership Transport networks endorsed at the meeting of EU and Eastern Partnership Transport Ministers

    ★ Railways, airports, ports (Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine) Roads, airports, ports (Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine) Railways, airports, ports (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia) ★ Roads, airports and ports (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia)

    2013

    Map of EaP priority Rail and Maritime Projects - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia

    2013

    Map of EaP priority Road Projects - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia

    2013

    Map of EaP priority Rail Projects - Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine

    2013

    Map of EaP priority Road Projects - Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine

    2013

    Maps, Armenia
    General Map of Armenia administrative division Armenia Potential Trade with TRACECA Countries and Europe Inland Transport Mode: Railways
    Inland Transport Mode: Roads Inland Transport Mode: Roads.

    Level of services on EaP roads.

     

    Meetings

    2013

    Using transport to link the EU with its Eastern neighbours, Cezary Grabarczyk, Minister of Infrastructure, Poland

    2013Eastern Partnership Ministerial Meetings, Siim Kallas, Vice-President of the European Commission

     

    Press Releases

    2017

    EU-Armenia talks on Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement kick off in Yerevan

    The first stage of the negotiations between the Republic of Armenia and the European Union on the Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement has been kicked off. In the frames of this agreement the Republic of Armenia will join the EU Common Aviation Area, and as a result the parties will liberalize the market, providing the airlines with the opportunity to operate the routes without any limitations and enjoy equal opportunities of servicing a market with a population of 500 million.
    2015

    Commission launches new Neighbourhood Transport Action Plan

    The European Commission published a new Neighbourhood Transport Action Plan to strengthen transport links with

    neighbouring regions to the East and South of the EU. The plan proposes more than 20 concrete measures, in the short and longer term, to make transport connections smoother, safer and more reliable. At the same time, it will deepen market integration to the advantage of both the EU and its neighbouring regions.

     

    Studies

    2014

    2015 Eastern Partnership regional transport study (EU TRACECA IDEA II)

    Study is intended to provide the basic information regarding the characteristic of the Eastern Partnership strategic transport networks and also provide a first overview of the existing traffic flows and the demand forecast by 2030.
    Annex 1 includes railway and road indicators.

     

    Armenia: Agreements and Strategies

    2020

    Armenian Transport Sector Development Strategy 2020
    The content is available only in Armenian version.

    2014-18

    Country Partnership Strategy (ADB)

    ADB will work with the government to improve both external and internal transport links, including those between Yerevan and other urban areas, and to catalyze new economic opportunities in the secondary towns where poverty is highest.  

    2014-17

    Country Partnership Strategy (WB)

    CPS sets out how the World Bank Group (WBG) will support Armenia in implementing the Armenia Development Strategy 2025. In transport, the focus will be on effective implementation of the ongoing Lifeline Road Network Improvement Projects.

     

    Armenia: Air Transport

    2017

    Armenia, International Aviation
    The Horizontal Agreement between Armenia and the European Union was signed in 2008. 2017 EU-Armenia talks on Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement kicked off in Yerevan. Armenia will join the EU Common Aviation Area.

    2014

    Armenia, Air Transport Indicators (AMT)

    Indicators on freight transportation by air transport. Structure of freight transportation by air. Passenger transportation by air. Number and directions of scheduled flights.

     

    Armenia: Intermodal Transport
    2017-20

    Country Report on Infrastructure and Finances (TRACECA)

    Transport Sector Development Strategy elaborated by the assistance of the ADB defines investment priorities in transport sector. The Strategy pursues improved management, infrastructure, and technology to maximize the transport sector’s performance until 2020.

    2016

    Priority Transport Projects (Ministry of Transport, Communication and Information Technologies, Republic of Armenia presented during the 10th Eastern Partnership transport panel (Brussels, 11 May 2016).

    2016

    Major Challenge for Armenia’s Transport Security (Armenian Journal of Political Science)
    The article analyzes the key issues of transport and logistics policy of Armenia in the context of integration into the international corridors TRACECA and the "North-South".

    2015

    Transportation Modes in Armenia (Areg Gharabegian, Adviser to RA gov)

    Overview of transportation network. Being a landlocked country, Armenia has an economy that depends on transport and crossborder access (roadway network, railway transportation, air transportation, key challenges). 

    2014-25

    Armenia Development Strategy for 20142025 (RA gov. program)
    Transport – current situation, main directions of program policies and program target indicators.

    2014-18

    Country Partnership Strategy: Armenia Transport Sector Assessment, summary (ADB)

    Sector performance - problems, and opportunities. Road, railway, air transport, multimodal transport. 

    2014-17

    Country Partnership Strategy (WB)

    WBG's active portfolio in Armenia consists of 14 operations, including five investment lending operations in infrastructure (transport, electricity, water, and irrigation), four in social sectors (health, education, social protection, and social investment fund), three in public sector (judicial reform, public sector modernization, and tax administration), and two in sources of growth (ICT and agriculture).

    2013

    Logistics Processes and Motorways of the Sea II (EU)
    Transport – strategic challenges. Intermodal, maritime based transport challenges. Port system and maritime links. Inland transport modes – railways and roads.

    2012

    Logistics Processes and Motorways of the Sea II (EU)
    Transport – strategic challenges. Intermodal, maritime based transport challenges. Port system and maritime links. Inland transport modes – railways and roads.

    2011

    Armenia’s Transport Outlook (ADB)
    This report was developed through extensive consultations with the Government of Armenia and development partners in 2008 under the Asian Development Bank financed technical assistance that helped prepare Armenia’s transport
    strategy. This report summarizes the transport sector profile, challenges, and the way forward. 

    2008

    Armenia: Transport Sector Development Strategy 2020 (ADB)

    The Armenia Transport Sector Development Strategy 2020 pursues improved management, infrastructure, and technology to maximize the transport sector’s performance until 2020 and entails an Action Plan which comprises a time-bound program of policy reforms and investment and technical assistance projects identified for 2009-2020, totaling about $2.2 billion.

    1997Republic of Armenia Transport Sector Review (WB)
    This report reviews the current situation of Armenia's transport sector, follows with a vision of a reformed transport sector in a market economy, and suggests the steps necessary to the transition.

     

    Armenia: Road Transport

    2017

    Armenian Roads Directorate" SNCO"

    The content is available only in Armenian version 

    2014

    The Highway System – Transportation Infrastructure in Armenia: Part I

    2014

    The Highway System – Transportation Infrastructure in Armenia: Part II

    2010

    Improving Local Roads and Creating Jobs through Rapid Response Projects: Lessons from Armenia Lifeline Roads Improvement Project (World Bank)
    In late 2008 the Republic of Armenia requested the Bank's assistance to mitigate the impact of the global financial crisis. This technical note describes how the Lifeline Road Improvement Project (LRIP) was prepared and implemented as a Rapid Response Project, prepared in only six weeks.
     

     

    Azerbaijan: Intermodal Transport

    2014-18

    Country Partnership Strategy: Azerbaijan Transport Sector Assessment, summary (ADB)

    Sector performance - problems, and opportunities. Road, railway, air transport, multimodal transport. 

     

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    07/10/2017