Includes bibliographical references (p. 145-147).
|Statement||edited by Katarzyna Krok, Maciej Smętkowski.|
|Contributions||Krok, Katarzyna., Smętkowski, Maciej.|
|LC Classifications||HF1558.7.Z4 U383 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||2006505505|
PHARE Cross Border Co-operation Programme Poland - Germany Standard Summary Project Fiche 1 Basic information CRIS number: / Title: guidelines for the adoptive governmental actions taken in view of accession to the EU. Cross Border Impact Implementation of the settlements of the governmental agreement on cross-border Police and Border Guard co-operation signed between Poland and Germany on the 5th of April in Bonn and the course taken by the representatives of German MIA and Polish Police during their meeting at Wroclaw on His many publications include The Coherence of EU Regional Policy: Contrasting Perspectives on the Structural Funds. Maciej Smętkowski is a geographer at EUROREG, University of Warsaw, Poland. He is co-editor of Cross-border Co-Operation of Poland after EU Enlargement: Focus on Eastern Border. Stimulation of cross border co-operation between Poland and Germany. Favourable impact on natural environment. Development of the road infrastructure. Adaptation of the existing road network to the European Union standards. Project Purpose Improvement in the road traffic, increasing the travelling speed, decreasing the time of travel.
4 To summarise, the inclusion of the small and medium scale projects into the programme is a logical step forward in the overall context of the Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland’s future accession to the EU, and in the specific context of the development of cross-border co-operation and evolution of the Phare CBC Programme in the pre-accession context. Polish membership in the European Union and the conversion of Polish-Ukrainian and Polish-Belarusian border into EU’s external border, has undoubtedly influenced the relations and co-operation in the trans-border region. Szukaj. dostępne. prawo > ekonomia > CROSS-BORDER CO-OPERATION OF POLAND AFTER EU ENLARGEMENT FOCUS ON EASTERN. 12 years after the enlargement, the EU is still "digesting" the change. The influx of new members has effectively put an end to the Franco-German engine behind the EU, as its relatively newer members, Poland and Sweden, set the policy agenda, for example Eastern Partnership. Despite fears of paralysis, the decision making process has not been. The European Union (EU) has expanded a number of times throughout its history by way of the accession of new member states to the Union. To join the EU, a state needs to fulfil economic and political conditions called the Copenhagen criteria (after the Copenhagen summit in June ), which require a stable democratic government that respects the rule of law, and its corresponding freedoms .
Whilst, the Schengen area is reliant upon strong and well guarded external borders, external policy is committed to engaging ‘outsiders’ through cross-border co-operation projects. Only after the development of the Northern Dimension (ND) in was the EU willing to approach Kaliningrad with a new and more flexible policy, incorporating. This column says that the enlargement of the EU from 15 to 27 members made the EU more competitive and it is therefore better placed to face the current crisis. It says that both old and new member states enjoyed major benefits from eliminating trade barriers, gradually allowing higher cross-border labour mobility, promoting financial integration, strengthening institutions. This document represents a review of relevant literature for an international collaborative research project (CBCED), concerned with entrepreneurship in EU border regions, focusing particularly on. Vermeersch, Peter (), ‘EU enlargement and immigration policy in Poland and Slovakia’, Communist and Post-communist Studies 38(1), Wilczak, Jagienka (), ‘Wizy za dewizy.