Delegation to Eritrea
29/01/2016 - Eritrea and EU sign landmark agreement
11/12/2015 - Human Rights Day Celebration in Eritrea
Delegation of the European Union in Eritrea Celebrates the International Human Rights Day
Working together in the State of Eritrea
Over two thirds of Eritreans work in agriculture, but with the scarce yearly rainfall having become ever more unpredictable, reliance on rain-fed agriculture is increasingly precarious. Deforestation has reached a critical rate, leading to limited water retention capacity of soils and thus a significant decrease in the availability of water for irrigation.
- 28/01/16 - Trade policy promotes sustainability and human rights
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 28 January 2016 Report highlights progress and shortcomings in 14 countries that benefited from privileged conditions of access to the EU market. The European Commission and the EU High Representativepublished today the first report on the concrete effects of the GSP+, the EU trade...
- 27/01/16 - The CEUMC on strategies to share geospatial data and capability
On January 20, 2016, General Mikhail Kostarakos, Chairman of the EU Military Committee, intervened at the Defence Geospatial Intelligence Conference on the "Future Defence and Security Challenges for European Military Leaders".
- 26/01/16 - Disinformation Review: Issue Twelve
- 26/01/16 - Recent achievements of EUPOL Afghanistan: developing Community Policing policy and running the first Interpol Awareness Seminar
Enhancing the concept of community policing throughout the Afghan National Police is one of the main goals of CSDP civilian mission in Afghanistan. On 11 January, the Ministry of Interior, Mr. Noor-ul Haq Ulumi signed the Community Policing Policy that was developed through a “Strategic Concept Development and Implementation” project of EUPOL Afghanistan. The policy describes what Community Policing is in the Afghan context and specifies how the work should be done in order to reach the overall goal, namely security in the country. As a further action, the EUPOL mission has suggested to the Ministry of Interior to form a working group which should oversee the implementation phase. EUPOL Afghanistan is ready to assist the working group and provide strategic guidance during the process.