Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova sign Association Agreements with the EU

European Union Association Agreement (for short, Association Agreement or AA) is a treaty between the European Union (EU) and a non-EU country that creates a framework for co-operation between them. Areas frequently covered by such agreements include the development of political, trade, social, cultural and security links.

The legal base for the conclusion of the association agreements is provided by art. 217 TFEU (former art. 310 and art. 238 TEC).

Association Agreements

  • Albania SAA (2009)
  • Algeria EMAA (2005)
  • Chile AA (2005)
  • Egypt EMAA (2004)
  • Iceland EEA (1994)
  • Israel EMAA (2000)
  • Jordan EMAA (2002)
  • Lebanon EMAA (2006)
  • Liechtenstein EEA (1994)
  • Macedonia[13] SAA (2004)
  • Montenegro SAA (2010)
  • Morocco EMAA (2000)
  • Norway EEA (1994)
  • Serbia SAA (2013)
  • South Africa ATDC (2004)
  • Syria CA (1978)
  • Tunisia EMAA (1998)
  • Turkey AA (1964), the framework for a CU (1995)
  • ACP PA (2003)