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Is the European neighborhood policy only a policy of exclusion which separates the EU from its close neighbors?

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  1. The idea and the will to improve EU relations with these close neighbors
  2. Financing of this policy
  3. The results are relatively disappointing

Developed in the context of the enlargement of the European Union in 2004 at the Stockholm European Council in 2001, the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) as it is conceived today was designed to avoid the appearance of new dividing line in Europe. The main objective of the ENP is to improve the EU's relations with the riparian countries to the east and south side of its borders, without involving these countries in an accession procedure. This policy makes it possible to improve the Union's relations with its close neighbors on topics such as security, stability and economic development.
Two main regional policies are at the heart of the ENP: Euromed with the countries of the southern shore of the Mediterranean, and the Eastern Partnership (EaP) with the countries of Eastern Europe.

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