Delegation to Myanmar
Comprehensive Framework for the EU's Policy and Support to Myanmar, Joint EU Development Partners Transitional Strategy for Myanmar 2014-2016, EU Multiannual Indicative Programme 2014-2020.
Working together in Myanmar
The ban on opium cultivation by the Burma/Myanmar government has led to acute food shortages for the ethnic groups. Entire families were able to alleviate this problem with the improvement of agricultural, plant production and animal husbandry.
- 27/03/15 - Maritime Center To Fight Gulf of Guinea Piracy
- 26/03/15 - EUCAP Nestor PR 13 - First Workshop on Maritime Security Cooperation for Somali Maritime Entities ends [328 KB]
- 26/03/15 - Local EU Statement on the signing of the tripartite agreement [141 KB]
The European Union Delegation for the Pacific issues the following statement in agreement with the EU Heads of Mission in Fiji
- 25/03/15 - A fresh start for Guinea-Bissau: EU to resume cooperation and provide new support
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 25 March 2015 Today the European Union pledged €160 million for Guinea-Bissau to consolidate democracy, strengthen the rule of law, accelerate economic recovery and improve people's lives.