The EU-CNCC has a council of nine former political leaders from the European Union and prominent figures from all walks of life. The committee is headquartered in Sofia, Bulgaria. In 2016, it has a liaison office in China. Address: 1-11, Apartment Building, Jianwai Diplomatic Embassy, Jianwai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing.
EU-CNCC's main responsibility is to promote exchanges and cooperation between Europe and China in the fields of economy, culture, education and science and technology. It aims to build a joint between EU headquarters and European countries and Chinese government, private, business, social organizations and other organizations. An equal, open, mutually beneficial diplomatic bridge and platform for exchanges and cooperation.
Promote cultural exchanges between Europe and China and build a two-way communication platform between Europe and China. Organize delegations to exchange visits, hold commemorative celebrations, art exchanges, advocate and host cultural exchanges such as cultural seminars, conferences, forums, etc., to enhance mutual understanding, build trust and develop friendship between the EU and China. Provide organization and liaison services for friendly visits and inspections, and recommend high-quality cultural resources and excellent cultural exchange programs.
Carry out international educational exchanges and cooperation between European countries and China, expand the field of joint education between European and Chinese international education and research institutions, and carry out various forms of education, training and cooperation. The committee also provides a consulting and service platform for the European and Chinese government to study abroad, exchange students and self-funded study abroad programs, and share international quality education resources.