External partners

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CEPOL, in line with Article 34 of the Regulation (EU) 2015/2219 of the European Parliament and of the Council, may establish and maintain cooperative relations with Union bodies, in accordance with their objectives, with authorities and training institutes of third countries, with international organisations and with private parties. One of CEPOL’s tasks is to develop and to provide training for law enforcement officials from third countries, in particular from countries that are candidates for accession to the Union and the countries under the European Neighbourhood Policy. CEPOL is also entitled to manage dedicated Union External Assistance funds to assist third countries in building their capacity in relevant law enforcement policy areas, in line with the established priorities of the Union.The table below illustrates the status of CEPOL’s formal and informal cooperation with external partners.”

Countries

Type of cooperation

Status

Date

Albania

Working arrangement

In force

15/05/2013

Armenia

Working arrangement

In force

25/04/2017

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Working arrangement

In force

03/12/2014

Georgia

Cooperation agreement

In force

12/12/2011

Iceland

Cooperation agreement

In force

09/12/2010

Kosovo*

Working arrangement

In force

24/03/2017

Liechtenstein Working arrangement In force 13/03/2020
Lebanon Working arrangement Preparatory phase n/a

Moldova

Working arrangement

In force

10/12/2012

Montenegro

Cooperation agreement

In force

19/12/2011

Norway

Cooperation agreement

In force

09/12/2010

Republic of North Macedonia Working arrangement In force 24/08/2017

Russian Federation

Working arrangement

In force

28/11/2013

Serbia (Republic of)

Working arrangement

In force

01/09/2017

Switzerland

Cooperation agreement

In force

15/06/2011

Tunisia Working arrangement Preparatory phase n/a

Turkey

Cooperation agreement

In force

07/12/2010

Ukraine

Working arrangement

In force

05/02/2020


Organisations Type of cooperation Status Date
AEPC Memorandum of understanding In force 13/02/2002
EJTN Working arrangement In force 15/02/2017
ENFSI Working arrangement In force 09/10/2018

ESDC

Working arrangement

In force

11/07/2017

EUCPN Working arrangement In force 23/06/2020
EUIPO Memorandum of understanding In force 08/12/2017
eu-LISA Working arrangement In force 20/11/2013
EUROJUST Cooperation agreement In force 07/12/2009
EUROPOL Cooperation agreeement In force 19/10/2007
FRONTEX Cooperation agreement In force 24/06/2009
INTERPOL Cooperation agreement In force 06/12/2017
OSCE Working arrangement In force 03/07/2017
PCC-SEE Informal cooperation In force n/a

UNODC

Working arrangement

In force

21/11/2018


*The designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo Declaration of Independence.

Contact

Office address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
Hungary

Correspondence address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1903 Budapest
Pf.314
Hungary

Email address

Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032

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