EU Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM)

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Check against delivery! Mr President, dear Heiko [Maas, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany], Honourable Members of the Security Council, many thanks for having invited the European Union to a debate on an issue so much relevant for us. The protracted conflict in Libya caused immense suffering
The Council decided to extend the mandates until 30 June 2021 of three of its Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) civilian missions: the European Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM Libya), the European Border Assistance Mission in the Rafah Crossing Point (EUBAM Rafah), and the European
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Crosscutting information and data checking is compulsory for Libya law enforcement to combat organised and financial crimes, terrorism, human trafficking and other crimes in Libya. To provide a robust solution to support the fight against organised crime, EUBAM Libya acknowledged this need, and
Women’s participation in the security and justice sectors improves operational effectiveness, reduces corruption, diminishes sexual exploitation and abuse, increases accountability, improves accessibility and strengthens trust between authorities and civilians.
EUBAM Libya and its' staff work for the time being from its' second base in Tunis. The Mission's two-base-model provides the needed flexibility security wise and allows for an uninterrupted continuation of support activities. The Mission focused recently with their Libyan partners on
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Interview on Malta NationaL TV - EUBAM Discussion 11 May 2014
Interview on Malta NationaL TV- EUBAM Discussion 11 May 2014
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HANDBOOK ON CSDP. Third edition. Vienna 2017. Jochen Rehrl (ed.)