Everybody knows that these days some of EU members face economic problems and we all look for the way out. The same time we continue spending millions for some programs that are aimed at helping non-EU members, something like the Eastern Partnership. In 2011 Poland during its presidency in EU proposed to create a foundation to support democracy in nearby countries like Belarus. I wonder why it came so unnoticed but EU accepted it last month and maybe in the end of this year the foundation begins to work. It will give grants to oppositional activists and movements, media, other foundations and educational centers. Of course the foundation will be financed completely by EU members. As for me, I think this is nonsense, because it means that Eastern Partnership wasn't successful, but European officials don't want to recognize their mistake and decided to create another project which in the point of the fact will be the same. I'm sure that new foundation will also collapse while the money spent for it will be wasted, so I think maybe it's better to spent it for our own needs? I believe we gave enough to Belarus and the rest so they could change the worst to the best, but we saw no progress... Maybe it's time to move forward and leave behind those ones who misuse our help? This way we can save enough money for ourselves to solve our own problems.