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Ukraine Strengthens EU Negotiation Skills: 8th Group Completes Natolin4Capacity Builing project

April 26, 2024

On April 25, 2024, the eighth group of Ukrainian civil servants successfully concluded a two-month training program at the College of Europe in Natolin, Poland.

The eight participants, representing diverse government agencies – the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption (NAPC), the Office of the Prosecutor General, the Ministry of Justice, the State Border Guard Service, and the Government Office for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration – focused on the critical “Fundamentals” cluster, laying the groundwork for effective EU negotiations.

This EU-funded Natolin4Capacity Building program, implemented in collaboration with key partners, has now equipped a total of 52 Ukrainian officials with the knowledge and skills needed for future EU accession negotiations.

This program, a testament to the European Union’s support for Ukraine, empowers Ukrainian civil servants to play a vital role in their country’s successful integration with the EU.


The Natolin4Capacity Building project is funded by the EU and implemented by the College of Europe in Natolin, in collaboration with key partners – the Government Office for Coordination of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine, the National Agency of Ukraine for Civil Service, The High School of Public Governance and the Delegation of the EU to Ukraine.  

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