משלחת האיחוד האירופי למדינת ישראל
The recent decisions of the Israeli authorities to further advance settlement expansion in the West Bank and East Jerusalem call into question the Israeli government's stated commitment to a negotiated two-state solution in the Middle East Peace Process.
28/07/2015 - Seeking candidates for post of Executive Director of the EU-Latin America and Caribbean (EU-LAC) Foundation
The EU-LAC Foundation is a foundation established under German civil law in Hamburg in 2011, following a decision of the VI EU-LAC Summit, with the objectives of contributing to the strengthening of the bi-regional partnership process, encouraging mutual knowledge and understanding between the regions and enhancing the visibility of partnership.
20/07/2015 - הצהרת מועצת שרי החוץ של האיחוד האירופי לגבי תהליך השלום במזרח התיכון [37 KB]
The EU reaffirms its commitment to a just and comprehensive resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, based on the two state solution, with the State of Israel and an independent, democratic, contiguous, sovereign, and viable State of Palestine, living side by side in peace and security and mutual recognition.[...]
פעילות משותפת בישראל
The project organises multicultural meetings and joint activities between Jewish and Arab schools in Israel. Tolerance, respect and friendship are created between pupils, parents, teachers and volunteers from the two communities.
31/07/15 - New EU funding to strengthen security sector and support socio-economic and regional development in Tunisia
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 31 July 2015 The EU adopted the first part of its annual assistance package in favour of Tunisia for a total amount of €116.8 million. It aims to strengthen the security sector and to support socio-economic and regional development.
- 31/07/15 - Iran: EU starts implementing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
The Council adopted the first legal acts implementing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the agreement reached on 14 July 2015 in Vienna on the Iranian nuclear issue.
- 30/07/15 - EU increases humanitarian aid for Burundi refugees
The European Commission is releasing €4.5 million in humanitarian assistance to help the increasing number of refugees from Burundi that have fled to neighbouring countries. More than 175 000 people, the majority of them women and children, are estimated to have already left the country.