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Поскольку 60 % территории океанов находятся вне юрисдикции государств, обеспечение надлежащего регулирования на море и защита морских границ становятся серьезной проблемой для каждого субъекта международных отношений. Благодаря пересмотренному Плану действий и Стратегии морской безопасности под эгидой Глобальной стратегии ЕС тесно сотрудничает с международными партнерами в целях обеспечения безопасной морской среды и использования морских ресурсов с учетом экологических требований и норм.


For the past 10 years the EU has successfully deployed a CSDP military naval operation to fight piracy off the coast of Somalia. Today the threat of piracy has been minimised. At the same time the operation was tasked with monitoring fishing activity and reporting any illegal activity. Improved security conditions now allow communities to engage in fishing activities supported by EU and UN missions and initiatives.

Only two months after the launch of the Africa–Europe Alliance, the European Commission is presenting first progress on boosting investment and creating jobs in Africa.

In the margins of the 5th AU-EU Summit the African Union, the European Union and the United Nations agreed to put in place a joint Taskforce to save and protect the lives of migrants and refugees along the routes and in particular inside Libya. Until today joint work by the AU, EU and UN has supported more than 39,000 migrants to return voluntarily to their countries of origin.

On 27 and 28 November 2018, the African Union and the European Union held a Technical Workshop on Sustainable Reintegration of migrants in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with the support of the International Organization for Migration.

The two main sources of EU funding for the African Union are the African Peace Facility (APF) and the Pan-African Programme (PANAF)

European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR): 2018 Global Call for Proposals. Deadline for submission: 21/12/2018

The specific objectives of this call for proposals are:

The Joint Valletta Action Plan, adopted by European and African leaders at the Migration Summit in 2015, framed the decision to respond together to migration into five priority domains. Since then common work has mobilised more than EUR 11.7 bn for more than 1,200 projects and policies.

Le Plan d’Action Conjoint de La Valette a été adopté en 2015 par les dirigeants européens et africains, lors du sommet sur la migration, dans le but de faire face ensemble à la migration dans cinq domaines prioritaires. Depuis, les actions entreprises en commun ont mobilisé plus de 11,7 milliards d’euros, qui ont financé plus de 1 200 projets et mesures.