EU-Russia cooperation

Agreements that set the frame for S&T cooperation between Russia and the EU and other documents related to the science cooperation between Russia and the EU.
  • 23.09.2016

    Update on Support for EU-Russia Research Cooperation

    The European Commission has just updated its 'Country Page' on research cooperation with Russia. This is a 'must read' document for anyone active in EU-Russia STI cooperation. The PDF lists local programmes or funds that support Russian Horizon 2020 participants; defines current priorities for EU-Russia STI cooperation and lists all related calls; links to brochures or other communication materials aiming at to support Russian participation in Horizon 2020; and offers a comprehensive list of contact persons at local National Contact Points including for the European Research Council and Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1410.php)
  • 15.12.2015

    STI Priority Setting in the EU Countries and the Russian Federation: Best practices

    Most of the developed countries regularly work on STI priorities setting, providing the basis for their STI policies. The focus is put on dealing with strategic socio-economic development objectives, efficient exploitation of national competitive advantages, and concentrating on application of particularly efficient innovative technologies. The main objective of this brochure is to present a review of best STI priority setting practices in the EU countries and the Russian Federation, compare sets of priorities adopted by various European countries, and identify promising subject areas for further enhancement of international cooperation.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1373.php)
  • 20.11.2015

    Russian version of Networking Guide for International R&D Projects

    The first edtion of this Networking Guide has widely been used by researchers not only from Russia, but also from other countries. The second edition has recently been published by the EU funded 'BILAT-RUS Advanced' project.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1370.php)
  • 21.10.2015

    Guide on How to Effectively Network/Communicate in International R&D Projects – 2nd edition

    The first edtion of this Networking Guide has widely been used by researchers not only from Russia, but also from other countries in Eastern Europe, in the EU and worldwide. It has served educational purposes at universities and in trainings on the participation in international research projects. The guide is also recommended for professionals in the technology transfer area. The second edition has recently been published by the EU funded 'BILAT-RUS Advanced' project.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1161.php)
  • 08.10.2015

    Guide on Innovation Stimulation Instruments of the Russian Federation

    This Guide on Innovation Stimulation Instruments of the Russian Federation presents short descriptions of the various instruments available in the Russian Federation today for supporting innovation activities. The guide provides information on the type of instruments, the support available, application procedures, cooperation opportunities for partners from the EU, and contact details.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1156.php)
  • | published in September 2015

    Two Horizon 2020 Innovation Guides offer practical advice to Researchers and Innovators

    'Innovation Strategy in R&D projects: a step by step guide' is a practical, concise, and free-of charge downloadable guide, which was prepared by 19 contributors coming from all across the European Union. It explains why and when an innovation strategy is required in research & development projects. 'ARIaT – Horizon 2020 Annotated Research and Innovation Actions Template': The annotated template aims to assist applicants to the Research and Innovation Actions (RIA) and Innovation Actions (IA) of Horizon 2020 to better understand the requirements of the templates and better write innovation-related issues in the H2020 proposals.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1160.php)
  • | published in April 2015

    Participant Portal Country Page for Russia: National and EU-related funding opportunities, National Contact Points and more

    This document compiled by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science contains a clear statement regarding funding of Russian participants in H2020 projects, gives a broad list of specific topics of interest, and provides a structured list of the Russian NCPs.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1131.php)
  • | March 2015 | in English and Russian

    2nd edition of 'EU-Russia Year of Science 2014 – 12 Months of Excellence and Cooperation in Science, Higher Education and Innovation' published

    This booklet provides a chronology of the events which have taken place as part of the EU-Russia Year of Science, and with its selection of some (but by no means all) of its highlights tries to give a flavour of the vibrancy and dynamism which made the Year such a success.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1113.php)
  • 19.01.2015

    Factsheet on local support for Horizon 2020 participants from Russia

    A short factsheet outlining the general framework of EU-Russia science and technlogy cooperation under Horizon 2020 was recently published as part of the online manual of the EU's participant portal. The factsheet also lists current contact options for further information. Russian National Contact Points (NCPs) are now being appointed. Their contact information is expected to become available shortly.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1105.php)
  • 19.12.2014

    Co-Funding mechanisms of Russian-European S&T Cooperation

    The linked presentation in pdf format provides a brief overview about cooperation funding opportunities under Horizon 2020 with a specific focus on Russia (in English language).
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1095.php)
  • 17.12.2014

    Horizon 2020 Practical Guide for Russian Researchers

    This brochure in Russian language offers comprehensive information about Horizon 2020. It is specifically directed at researchers in Russia.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1094.php)
  • | November 2014 | in English and Russian

    EU-Russia Year of Science 2014 – 12 Months of Excellence and Cooperation in Science, Higher Education and Innovation

    This booklet provides a chronology of the events which have taken place as part of the EU-Russia Year of Science, and with its selection of some (but by no means all) of its highlights tries to give a flavour of the vibrancy and dynamism which made the Year such a success.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1089.php)
  • | May 2014 | in English and Russian

    EU-Russia Mobility Newsletter No 1/2014

    This Newsletter provides information on the open call for proposals for European Fellowships – Marie Skłodowska-Curie individual grants accessible to researchers from any country, including Russia. It was compiled by the Russian 'Mobility' NCP.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1037.php)
  • 14.04.2014

    EU-Russia Year of Science 2014 – Newsletter No 1

    This newsletter is available in English and in Russian language. It is published by the EU-Russia Year of Science 2014.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1033.php)
  • 20.03.2014

    Attracting Russian Students to German Universities – 'Hochschulmarketing in Russland'

    The number of Russian academics at German universities has rapidly risen since 1999, totalling more than 10,400 in 2012. The Russian Federation offers a huge potential for excellently qualified and highly motivated young people, who want to combine their scientific or professional career with studies abroad. This new brochure published by Gate Germany in March 2014 offers an overview of the chances and challenges related to attracting young Russian acadamics to German universities (in German language).
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1030.php)
  • 05.02.2014

    Decree of the Russian Government on the extension of the S&T Cooperation Agreement between Russia and the EU

    Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation 'On the conclusion of the Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the European Union renewing the Agreement on cooperation in science and technology between the Government of the Russian Federation and the European Community from 16 November 2000 via exchange of notes between the Government of the Russian Federation and the European Community ' # 144-r
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/1028.php)
  • 15.05.2013

    EU-Russia Common Spaces Report sees good progress in science, mobility and market access

    Recently, the European External Action Service published the Report that outlines progress made during 2012 on the implementation of the EU-Russia Common Spaces and of the Road maps adopted in 2005. It also looks forward to the next steps expected in 2013.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/999.php)
  • 13.03.2013

    EU Neighbourhood Info Centre 'Funding Handbook' – also available in Russian

    A handbook on 'European Union Funding for the Neighbourhood and Russia', compiled by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre and available in English, French, Arabic and Russian, has been released on 6 March 2013. The latest of the Info Centre’s series of handbooks contains the funding instruments, how EU Delegations deliver cooperation, the Thematic Instruments, How Funds are Allocated, Grants and Contracts, Budget Support and Cross Border Cooperation.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/980.php)
  • 11.03.2013

    Overview of EU-Russia R&D and Innovation Cooperation

    A foresight exercise conducted by the EU funded ERA.Net RUS Project prepared structural and thematic scenarios for R&D and innovation cooperation between EU Member States/ Associated Countries and Russia. The term structural scenario refers to institutional solutions and instruments (e.g. funding programmes) for the cooperation, whereas the term thematic scenario refers to relevant thematic priorities for the cooperation. The foresight and the resulting scenarios are meant to provide a basis for a sustainable joint funding programme between EU MS/AC and Russia. The related document was recently published.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/982.php)
  • 09.01.2013

    EU-EECA Cooperation 'From Dialogue to Joint Programmes' – Conference Conclusions

    The EU sponsored Science and Technology cooperation with Russia, the countries of the EU’s Eastern neighbourhood, South Caucasus and Central Asia is looking back on a splendid track record. In order to develop perspectives for a future cooperation, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) invited to an international conference, which took place in Bonn on 10 and 11 of October 2012. The conclusions of this event are now available.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/974.php)
  • 18.10.2012

    ERA.Net RUS – A Spotlight on Funded Projects 2012

    11 innovation projects and 31 collaborative S&T projects will receive joint EU-Russian funding, following a pilot joint call launched by the ERA.Net RUS project. This brochure explains the programme background and portrays 13 of the funded projects.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/971.php)
  • 15.08.2012

    Report on Training Session for the emerging Russian Technology Platforms

    An international workshop “Potential Cooperation between Russian and European Technology Platforms” took place in Moscow on 9 July 2012. The event was jointly organised by National Research University “Higher School of Economics” (HSE) and the Centre for Innovation and Technology in North Rhine-Westphalia region (ZENIT). The aim of the Workshop was to identify interest of Russian Technology Platforms and potential activities for cooperation with European Technology Platforms or other national/regional technology networks. The following text is a summary of the event.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/966.php)
  • 08.08.2012

    FP7 2013 Work Programmes - Opportunities for Russia

    The linked document provides an introduction into the 2013 Work Programmes of FP7 and into the specific opportunties they offer for Russian participants. The Work Programme in total foresees actions of over EUR 9.4 billion. All areas of FP7 are open to the participation of Russian researchers and/or research organisations. Russia has the status of an International Cooperation Partner Country (ICPC) and Russian partners can get funding from the Commission on the same terms & conditions as participants from MS & AC (except for EURATOM for which a different set of rules applies).
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/961.php)
  • 08.05.2012

    Analytical report on enhancing EU-Russian scientific mobility

    The goal of the deliverable is to develop a potential joint EU-Russian agenda for enhancing scientific mobility including in close interaction with the recently established EU-Russia Working Group on Researcher Mobility to be presented as analytical report to the relevant stakeholders in the Member States, the European Commission and Russia. This includes the identification of links and synergies between the international dimension of the FP7 Specific Programme ‘People’ and respective Russian instruments.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/957.php)
  • 16.04.2012

    Good practice instruments and barriers for successful EU-Russia S&T cooperation

    This document, which was compiled by the BILAT-RUS project, provides an overview of bilateral funding programmes for research, development and innovation (RDI) between selected EU Member States, countries associated to FP7 and Russia. The report is structured in an overview of cooperation and funding programmes per country, including statistics. In an annex, bilateral cooperation programmes are presented in table form, which will be a complementary input for an online RDI programme database prepared in the framework of the ERA.Net RUS project.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/955.php)
  • 31.03.2012

    From FP7 to Horizon 2020: Opportunities for EU-Russia Scientific Cooperation

    This document outlines the opportunities for EU-Russia S&T cooperation under the current 7th Framework Programme and gives an outlook on Horizon 2020, the successor programme to FP7. The document was compiled by Anna Bezlepkina of the EU Delegation to the Russian Federation.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/962.php)
  • 24.01.2012

    'Russia - Modernisation through Innovation and Research'

    Titled "Russland – Modernisierung durch Innovation und Forschung" (Russia – Modernisation through Innovation and Research) a comprehensive document, jointly compiled by the International Bureau of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research and the VDI Technology Center, provides interested parties with an overview of the current research and innovation policy trends in Russia. It highlights a wide range of facets concerning R&D cooperation between Russia and the EU, with a focus on German-Russian relations. The documents contains articles in German and in English language, depending on the respective source.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/948.php)
  • 15.11.2011

    Compendium of S&T Cooperation between the European Union, EU Member States and the Russian Federation 2011

    In order to best use the many opportunities which exist for research cooperation between the EU and Russia, and so as to contribute to the realisation of the 4th Common EU -Russia Space on a practical level, this second edition of the Compendium of S&T Cooperation between the European Union, the EU Member States and the Russian Federation provides an overview of the support which is available for science cooperation between the EU, its 27 Member States and Russia.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/926.php)
  • 20.06.2011

    Green Paper: Towards reinforcement of S&T cooperation between Russian and EU

    Within the framework of strengthening EU-Russia science and technology cooperation and EU access to Russian National Funding programmes, the ACCESSRU project produced a 'Green Paper', titled: "Towards reinforcement of S&T cooperation between Russian and EU: facilitation of access of European organizations and researchers to Russian research and innovation programmers". The key objective was to elaborate a set of proposals that would be used as a vehicle to support the EU Russian S&T policy dialogue.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/919.php)
  • 26.04.2011

    Internet guide on Russian S&T landscapes

    Two flyers published by the BILAT-RUS project offer a brief internet guide on the science and technology lanscapes in Russia. One of them is targeted at policy stakeholders and the other at scientists.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/900.php)
  • 07.04.2011

    EU-Russia Common Spaces Progress Report 2010

    The EU-Russia Common Spaces Progress Report 2010 outlines progress made during 2010 on the implementation of the four EU-Russia Common Spaces (Trade and Economic cooperation; Freedom, Security and Justice; External Security; and Research, Education and Culture). It also looks forward to the next steps expected in 2011. A detailed section is devoted to each of the four spaces.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/899.php)
  • 18.02.2011

    Several case studies of good cooperation practice in S&T

    This document identifies and analyzes examples of particular good cooperation practice (case studies) including the depiction of its mutual benefit. The analysis is based on information stemming from existing information tools at Member States´/Associated Countries´, Community and Russian level.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/898.php)
  • 20.01.2011

    Mapping EU access to Russian national funding programmes

    ACCESSRU is one of 11 Access4.EU projects that examine the accessibility of third country RTDI programmes for EU researchers. As the EU's Research Framework Programme is generally open to third countries, in turn, the EU's agreements on S&T cooperation with these countries require them to open their national programmes to EU researchers. ACCESSRU is intended to strengthen and increase the implementation of this reciprocal opening regarding Russia. The project has recently published a report on this topic.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/890.php)
  • 02.08.2010

    Pro-Inno Europe outlines current developments in EU-Russia innovation cooperation

    The First EU-Russia Innovation Forum was held in Lappeenranta (Finland) on 25-27th May 2010. Pro-Inno Europe has developed a summary of the conclusions from the recent forum and the preceding workshops held in Antwerp and Saint-Petersburg, which were published in July this year.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/872.php)
  • 01.06.2010

    Joint Statement on the Partnership for Modernisation EU-Russia Summit 31 May-1 June 2010

    Meeting at Rostov-on-Don for their 25th Summit on May 31-June 1, 2010, the European Union and Russia launched a Partnership for Modernisation to the mutual benefit of their citizens.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/824.php)
  • 31.03.2010

    EU-Russia Common Spaces - Progress Report 2009

    The linked progress report on the implementation of the EU-Russia Common Spaces for 2009 was prepared by the European Commission services. It covers the Common Spaces on ‘Trade and Economic cooperation’; ‘Freedom, Security and Justice’, and ‘Research, Education and Culture’.The Common Space of ‘External Security’ concerns principally matters related to the Common Foreign Security Policy (CFSP) and is not covered by this progress report.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/807.php)
  • 09.12.2009

    EU-Russia S&T Cooperation - A Roadmap for Action 2009-2011

    The EU has for the past 15 years had a very rich scientific and technological relationship with Russia. In the current 7th Framework Programme the involvement of Russian research groups continues to be very strong. To date some 235 Russian research organisations are involved in 136 successful projects, receiving some 29 million euro of EC contribution. This document sets out the main achievements to date and plans for future EC-Russia cooperative activities in the principal areas of the Framework Programmes.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/563.php)
  • 01.05.2009

    Leaflet EU-Russia relations: A Strategic Partnership

    Economic and political cooperation between the EU and Russia continues to grow as the two countries work to develop their strategic partnership. Trade and energy relations form a key cornerstone in the EU-Russia relationship. The EU is by far the largest export market for Russia, while Russia is the EU's third biggest trade partner, with Russian supplies of oil and gas making up a large percentage of Russia's exports to Europe.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/509.php)
  • 24.04.2009

    EU-Russia Common Spaces Progress Report 2008

    This report outlines progress made during 2008 on the implementation of the EU/Russia Common Spaces and of the Road Maps adopted in 2005. It covers the Common Spaces on 'Trade and Economic cooperation', 'Freedom, Security and Justice' and 'Research, Education and Culture'. It also looks forward to the next steps expected in 2009.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/512.php)
  • 05.11.2008

    Review of EU-Russia relations - Communication from the Commission to the Council

    The Extraordinary European Council of September 1, 2008, requested the Council to conduct a careful, in-depth examination of the various aspects of EU-Russia relations. The reflection took place against a backdrop of developments that had cast a serious shadow over the EU Russia relationship, amongst them the violation of Georgia's territorial integrity with the use of force and Russia's unilateral recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/516.php)
  • 31.10.2008

    Compendium on Science & Research Cooperation between the European Union and the Russian Federation

    This Compendium was prepared jointly by the Delegation of the European Commission to Russia and the EU Member States Embassies in Russia, with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation which also provided the chapter on the Russian Federation’s science cooperation with the European Union. This was the first time that an attempt was made to present all the most important elements of the very rich EU-Russia «science landscape» in one place.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/482.php)
  • 28.10.2008

    Guidance for Russian Participants in the Seventh EU Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7)

    Under FP6 project RegionERA (Project title: Regional Network for Support of Scientific and Technological Co-operation between European Union and Russian Regions) the Regional Information Point for S&T cooperation with the EU (Voronezh State University, Russia) published the Guidance for Russian Participants in the Seventh EU Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7) in Russian language. The CBS RIP practical experience helped to make the Guidance really useful and adjust the existing information for the Russian FP7 participants.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/386.php)
  • 01.11.2008

    Final brochure of the SCOPE-EAST project

    As final and major achievement of the SCOPE-EAST project (Scenarios for a coordinated approach to sustainable S/T cooperation with the Eastern Neighbours of the EU) the project consortium has published a brochure comprising a summary of conclusions and recommendations which have been developed within the framework of this project.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/390.php)
  • 11.04.2008

    EU-Russia Common Spaces Progress Report 2007

    This report on the implementation of the EU-Russia Common Spaces for 2007 was prepared by the European Commission services. It covers the Common Spaces on 'Trade and Economic cooperation', 'Freedom, Security and Justice' and 'Research, Education and Culture'. The Common Space of 'External Security' concerns principally matters related to the Common Foreign Security Policy (CFSP) and is not covered by this progress report.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/515.php)
  • 01.10.2007

    The EU and Russia: Close Neighbours, Global Players, Strategic Partners

    The Russian Federation is one of the most important partners for the European Union. A key priority of the European Union is to build a strong strategic partnership with Russia based on a solid foundation of mutual respect. Russia is the largest neighbour of the EU, brought even closer by the Union’s 2004 and 2007 enlargements.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/510.php)
  • Country Strategy Paper 2007-2013

    The main interests of the EU in Russia lie in fostering the political and economic stability of the Federation; in maintaining a stable supply of energy; in further co-operation in the fields of justice and home affairs, the environment and nuclear safety in order to combat 'soft' security threats; and in stepping up cooperation with Russia in the Southern Caucasus and the Western NIS for the geopolitical stability of the CIS region, including for the resolution of frozen conflicts.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/514.php)
  • Cross Border Cooperation Programmes 2007-2013

    The strategic objective of this programme is to promote the position of the programme area as an integrated economic zone and a centre for transportation and logistics in order to strengthen its competitiveness and attractiveness to investors, and to improve the state of the environment and the standard of living and welfare of its citizens.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/513.php)
  • National Indicative Programme 2007-2010

    The National Indicative Programme is intended to guide the planning and identification of financial cooperation with Russia according to a number of Priority Areas. Priorities will emerge from dialogue and discussion with Russia in the context of the four Common Spaces.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/517.php)
  • 27.04.2004

    Protocol to the Partnership & Cooperation Agreement to take account of enlargement of the EU

    Protocol to the Partnership & Cooperation Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, of the one part, and the Russian Federation, of the other part.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/519.php)
  • 27.04.2004

    Joint Statement on EU Enlargement and EU-Russia Relations

    The European Union and the Russian Federation acknowledge the opportunities to further strengthen their strategic partnership offered by the enlargement of the EU. They reaffirm their commitment in this regard to establish the four common spaces agreed at the St Petersburg Summit in May 2003.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/518.php)
  • 06.11.2003

    Road map for the common economic space - building blocks for sustained economic growth

    The Joint Statement adopted at the St. Petersburg Summit in May 2003 agreed to reinforce cooperation with a view to creating a Common Economic Space (CES), building on the concept for the common European economic space later endorsed by the Rome Summit in November 2003. It was agreed that the CES would be broad in scope, by including areas such as telecommunications, transport, energy, space and environment.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/487.php)
  • 06.11.2003

    Agreement renewing the agreement on cooperation in science and technology between the Government of the Russian federation and the European Community

    With this document the Agreement on cooperation in science and technology between the Government of the Russian Federation and the European Community, which was signed in Brussels on 16 November 2000 and expired on 31 December 2002, was renewed for an additional period of five years.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/484.php)
  • 18.09.2002

    Kaliningrad: Transit - Communication from the Commission to the Council

    Following the discussion on Kaliningrad at the Moscow EU-Russia Summit, the Seville European Council invited the Commission to “submit, in time for its Brussels meeting, an additional study on the possibilities for an effective and flexible solution of the transit of persons and goods to and from Kaliningrad oblast, in compliance with the acquis and in agreement with the candidate countries concerned”.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/511.php)
  • 31.10.2001

    Agreement for cooperation between the European Atomic Energy Community and the Government of the Russian Federation in the field of nuclear safety

    Cooperation under this Agreement between the the European Atomic Energy Community and the Government of the Russian Federation is meant to contribute to the improvement of nuclear safety on the basis of mutual benefit.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/486.php)
  • 31.10.2001

    Agreement for cooperation between the European Atomic Energy Community and the Government of the Russian Federation in the field of controlled nuclear fusion

    The European Atomic Energy Community and the Government of the Russian Federation have agreed to maintain and intensify cooperation in the areas covered by their respective fusion programmes on the basis of equality and mutual benefit in order to develop, particularly in the framework of ITER project implementation, the scientific understanding and technological capability underlying a fusion power system.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/485.php)
  • 18.01.2001

    The EU and Kaliningrad - Communication from the Commission to the Council

    The Communication looks at the impact of EU enlargement and distinguishes between issues which will arise for all Russian regions and those which are specific to Kaliningrad. Russia stands to benefit substantially from enlargement and regions such as Kaliningrad are well placed to take advantage of the new opportunities which will be created.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/520.php)
  • 05.10.1999

    Agreement on Cooperation in Science and Technology between the European Community and the Government of the Russian Federation

    The European Community and the Government of the Russian Federation have signed an agreement to encourage, develop and facilitate cooperative activities in fields of common interest where they are pursuing research and development activities inscience and technology.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/483.php)
  • 31.12.1999

    Russia's Middle Term Strategy towards the EU (2000-2010)

    The Russian Federation Middle Term Strategy Towards the European Union (2000-2010) determines objectives of development of Russia's relations with the European Union for the next decade and means of their achievement. It is a consistent evolution of the general foreign policy concept of Russia in the European area and it stems from the objective need to establish a multipolar world, common histories of nations and responsibility of European States for the future of the continent, and complementarity of their economies. It is also directly coordinated with the concept of economic security of Russia.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/598.php)
  • 04.06.1999

    EU Common Strategy on Russia

    This Common Strategy sets out the objectives as well as the means to be used by the Union in taking forward this partnership. The core of the relationship between the Union and Russia remains the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA), with its aim of promoting the integration of Russia into a wider area of cooperation in Europe, as well as through creating the necessary conditions for the future establishment of a free trade area between the European Community and Russia.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/597.php)
  • 01.12.1997

    Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation

    Signed in June 1994 the document establishes a partnership between the European Communities and their Member States, of the one part, and the Russian Federation, of the other part. It came into force on 01.12.1997 and was concluded for an initial period of 10 years. The Agreement shall be automatically renewed year by year provided that neither Party gives the other Party written notice of denunciation of the Agreement at least six months before it expires.
    [more] (URL: http://www.st-gaterus.eu/en/596.php)
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