The Mission works with the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine to harmonise border management, customs and trade standards and procedures with those in EU. It contributes to cross border cooperation and confidence building, helping to improve efficiency, transparency and security along the Moldova-Ukraine border. The Mission has the Headquarters in Odesa (Ukraine), Country Offices in Ukraine and Moldova and 6 field offices.
Departamentul Vamal de pe lângă Ministerul Finanțelor al Republicii Lituania
2017 - 2019
The overall objective of the project is to support the Republic of Moldova (RoM) in the necessary preparation for implementing the Single Window (SW) and the New Computerised Transit System (NCTS) - requirements foreseen in the chapter on the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) of the Association Agreement (AA).
The objective of the project is to build a new jointly operated border crossing point (JOBCP) at Palanca, on the territory of Republic of Moldova, in line with the EU standards and principles of a JOBCP, that will contribute to the economic stabilization and sustainable development of the region, will support trade facilitation and movement of people between two countries and will strengthen combatting of cross-border crime.
The Joint Operational Programme Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova 2007-2013
2013 - 2015
The project's main objective was to improve the economic and social situation in the cross-border region by promoting the tourist sector, and consequently the regional economy, and developing sustainable economic opportunities within the Hincesti-Vaslui and Odessa Region. Rehabilitation of Manuc Bey forms one part of this project. The other two being restoration of Elena Ioan Cuza Monastery Complex in Romanian, and improving the conditions of activity of Blesciunov Mansion in Ukraine.
The Moldovan agencies involved in the fight against illegal migration have identified a need to build capacities in the area of document security through: (a) human resources development, i.e. equipping individuals with the relevant understanding, skills and access to information, knowledge and training that will enable them to perform travel document identification effectively, and (b) organisational development, which through the elaboration of structures, processes and procedures on information exchange, will provide the access to knowledge and information required for continuous human resource development and enhanced interagency cooperation.
The project aims to support the Governments of Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus to implement their obligations undertaken under the 1951 Convention by strengthening their international protection capacities and improving the integration prospects of refugees in all three countries.