The European Union – New Zealand partnership. Example of successful trans-regional cooperation
Main aim of this paper is to analyse the key points of NZ –EU cooperation focused on the areas of their cooperation, legislative framework providing the fundamental leaving points and the main aspects of the cooperation itself (http://www.mfat.govt.nz). The key questions of the paper are “why is this cooperation important for both the parties?”, “what are the EU priorities and New Zealand’s interest in such engagement?” as it may be specified as one of examples of successful trans-regional cooperation. The paper gives also an insight into 2004 enlargement and its impacts on the relations. For this purpose, we use term “East and Central European countries“, i.e. Central and Eastern European countries (Poland, Slovakia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, and the Czech republic).
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