Presenting 2022 Annual Report
        Everything that happened since 24 February has inevitably left its mark on our reporting period. Today, our Ukrainian partners make tremendous efforts to ensure border and economic security at this critical time. Russia’s blockade of Ukrainian ports and destruction of railway connections in the Odesa region disrupted the usual trade routes for Ukrainian grain and other agricultural goods, threatening global food security. Thus, since the beginning of the war, it was a top priority for EUBAM to support Ukrainian trade and contribute to implementing the European Commission’s Action plan for EU-Ukraine Solidarity Lanes.
        To cope better with the changed security situation and increased risks at the Moldova-Ukraine border, EUBAM organized numerous training events for officers serving in law enforcement agencies in both countries, covering topical threats to border security.
        Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has also left its mark on the Mission’s activities related to the Transnistrian region. Now, with the two key mediators at war, 5+2 negotiations are on pause, and the overall political atmosphere remains tense.
        The report covers EUBAM’s principal ongoing activities and the achieved results in supporting confidence building measures across the Nistru River, implementing the Integrated Border Management concept and combating cross-border crime.