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EU’s aid to former Soviet countries may be reduced2011-02-21 19:45
Heads of MFAs of six countries of the European Union addressed a letter to head of the EU diplomacy Catherine Ashton, proposing to cut down the support of the former Soviet republics neighbouring EU, RIA Novosti reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It is suggested to use the spare resources for the support of the states in North Africa and the Near East.
This was reported by EUobserver Internet publication.
Foreign Ministries of France, Spain, Cyprus, Greece, Malta and Slovenia underline that in 2007-2013, EU appropriated 12 million euros on financial assistance to the Third Countries in the context of the European neighbourhood policy.
Only 1,8 euros were spent on each citizen of Egypt per capita and 7 euros on each Tunisian.
At the same time, EU spent 25 euros on each citizen of Moldavia.