FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia

FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia

In their pursuit to ensure an equitable and sustainable future, governments can rely on FAO expertise in food and agriculture. Responding to the needs of Europe and Central Asia, the Organization is offering support in many specific areas. Find out more

Regional Priority Programmes
The three Regional Priority Programmes provide an integrated, programmatic approach to addressing the region’s priority issues, and guide the implementation of country programmes. Most of FAO’s work in the region contributes to one or more of these priority programmes, with food and nutrition security as a cross-cutting area of work.
Recent and upcoming events

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Rome (Italy), 14/05/2024 - 17/05/2024

The Agrilnnovate Exhibition is organized from 14 to 17 May 2024 at the Atrium of FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy, under the umbrella of the 34th Session of the Regional Conference for Europe (ERC34), hosted by the Republic of Moldova. I...

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Ljubljana (Slovenia), 22/05/2024 - 23/05/2024

The Government of Slovenia and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) organize an International forum for action on sustainable beekeeping and pollination. This biennial event brings together governments, experts, business and civil society to give a regular fresh impetus to the international cooperation on beekeeping and pollination and to align it with the quickly c...

Featured publications

The brochure delves into the critical interface between science and policy within the agrifood system, emphasizing its role in driving transformation, resilience, and food security. It highlights the importance of Science–Policy Interfaces (SPIs) in translating scientific discoveries into actionable policies and practices.


This report presents an overview of concepts related to bioeconomy and the benefits of their implementation in agriculture and shares agriculture production trends, bioeconomy initiatives and sustainable agriculture approaches from throughout the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region.

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