Country Reports - Eastern Europe, South Caucasus, and Central Asia
The partnership between the countries of the European Union
and those of Eastern Europe/South Caucasus/Central Asia
is of utmost importance for the political, economic and social development of both regions.
Linking scientific potential and resources has a huge impact on
- economic growth,
- social prosperity, and
- welfare as well as public stability.
The EU and countries in the target regions have significant potential in a wide range of scientific disciplines, both because of their strong academic communities and their globally leading S&T institutions.
The covered countries of Eastern Europe, South Caucasus, and Central Asia comprise: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, the Russian Federation, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
For each of these countries incrEAST
provides general information, an overview of research policy developments
, details about science landscapes
, research organisations
and cooperation programmes
from reliable, country-specific sources.