Delegation to Zambia
The EU Delegation to the Republic of Zambia and COMESA has been informed that unscrupulous individuals pretending to be employed by the Delegation have been approaching companies presenting fake contracts and claiming payments for their signature e.g. a performance guarantee.
If you have been approached by such individuals please contact the EU Delegation at the following address: Delegation-Zambia-HoD@eeas.europa.eu
Note that companies interested in receiving European funds are free to apply to the calls for proposals/tenders published by the EU Delegation either in the local press or on this website. The selection of proposals is based on the principles of transparency and equal treatment.
23/07/2015 - MoU signing ceremony for the PROGRAMME FOR LEGAL EMPOWERMENT AND ENHANCED JUSTICE DELIVERY (PLEED)
The EU committed EUR 7 M to contribute towards increasing legal assistance to the vulnerable sectors of society, increasing awareness of human rights, supporting justice institutions in taking reforms to further improve services and has reserved funds for sector-wide reform.
17/07/2015 - Remarks by H.E. Ambassador Mr. Gilles Hervio, Head of Delegation of the European Union to Zambia and Representative to COMESA
The EU Ambassador participated in the launch of the Energy Week Exhibitions organised by the Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development. Speaking on behalf of the Cooperating Partners, Ambassador Hervio reinstated the need to develop energy efficiency, renewable energies and grid expansion to address the energy crisis in Zambia.
EU Ambassador Gilles Hervio officially handed over a large consignment of ICT equipment .This equipment is part of a larger contribution worth € 1.3 million made by the European Union to enhance the ICT systems and capacity of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock in Zambia.
Working together in Zambia
The project aims at improving the quality of education in community schools in Zambia. Its objective is to provide quality basic education to disadvantaged children and orphans by improving the infrastructure and teachers' qualifications.
For candidate countries (Albania, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey) and potential candidates (Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo), the EU provides both financial and technical support.
- 27/08/15 - ASEM Senior Officials prepare Foreign Ministers' Meeting
Senior Officials from the 53 partners of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) are meeting on 10-11 September 2015 in Brussels to prepare for the 12th ASEM Foreign Ministers' Meeting that will take place next November in Luxembourg under the theme 'Working Together for a Sustainable and Secure Future' and which is to be chaired by High Representative Federica Mogherini.
- 27/08/15 - Press statement by President Donald Tusk after meeting with President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko
- 26/08/15 - EU support for the Western Balkans at 2015 Summit in Vienna
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 26 August 2015 The Summit will build on the progress made since the Berlin Summit in August last year, and will seek to further develop the co-operation between the 6 Western Balkans countries.
- 22/08/15 - Statement by EU High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini and EU Commissioner for Neighborhood policy and Enlargement negotiations, Johannes Hahn on the release of political prisoners in Belarus
European Commission - Statement Statement Statement Brussels, 22 August 2015 The release of Mykalai Statkevich, Mykalai Dziadok, Ihar Alinevich, Jury Rubtsov, Euheny Vaskovich and Artyom Prakapenka, is a long-sought step forward. They are now free. Former presidential candidate Mykalai Statkevich stands out in particular as an example of the tireless work and commitment of...