Delegation of the European Union to Central African Republic

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On 6 and 7 May 2015 the European External Action Service (EEAS) Security Policy and Conflict Prevention Directorate hosted peace mediation experts from sixteen Regional and International Organisations in Brussels, including the United Nations, the League of Arab States, the African Union and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe.

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EU relations with Africa, developments in Libya and a regional strategy for Syria and Iraq and the ISIL/Da'esh threat were some of the main points during the Foreign Affairs Council chaired by the HRVP. EU Foreign Ministers also tackled international aspects of EU policies in migration and asylum.

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Political tension surrounding the review of the draft electoral law in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and violent demonstrations in Kinshasa and other cities which have claimed many victims are threatening the stability of the country.

All political forces must seek a consensus which will ease the situation and enable a return to calm.

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EU response to the crisis 
The challenges facing the Central African Republic (CAR) are so complex and interlinked that only a comprehensive approach focused on security, humanitarian aid, stabilisation and development cooperation will help make a difference.  This is the approach favoured by the European Union (EU).

EU response to the crisis
The challenges facing the Central African Republic (CAR) are so complex and interlinked that only a comprehensive approach focused on security, humanitarian aid, stabilisation and development cooperation will help make a difference.  This is the approach favoured by the European Union (EU).

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