Delegation of the European Union to Chile


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Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Elie Wiesel stated:  “To forget would not only be dangerous but offensive; to forget the dead would be akin to killing them a second time”. On the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the EU commemorates the six millions Jews, and members from other targeted groups who were brutally and systematically murdered during the Shoah: the greatest tragedy in human history. 

The GH2 TEI will support the decarbonisation of the Chilean economy, creating green jobs and generating business opportunities for Chilean and European companies, whilst meeting Europe’s own demand for import of green hydrogen.

20 years already. In many ways, it feels like yesterday. I can remember the excitement of discovering the euro - the banknotes, the coins - for the first time.

The euro is our money, our European currency, and it is a concrete symbol of success that our citizens carry, every day, in 19 out of 27 member states, and in the pockets of nearly 350 million citizens. 

On Sunday 19 December, the people of Chile went to the polls to elect their President, in a responsible and peaceful manner. Transparent, free, and credible elections are the foundation of our shared democratic values. The European Union congratulates Gabriel Boric on his victory and looks forward to working with the new administration.


On the occasion of the International Migrants Day, the European Commission and the High Representative made the following statement


Today, the European Commission and the Slovenian Presidency of the Council have launched the Digital for Development (D4D) Hub for Latin America and the Caribbean. One year after launching the D4D Hub for Africa, this is a significant step to drive forward global cooperation on digital issues, in line with the EU's Global Gateway Strategy. The Latin America and Caribbean branch of the D4D will bring the EU and Latin American and Caribbean digital markets closer together.

The Council and the European Parliament wish to honour young people by making 2022 the European Year of Youth. Today, both institutions provisionally agreed on a decision to follow through on this proposal.

Young people have endured much hardship during the pandemic. A European Year of Youth would honour their efforts to overcome the set-backs they have experienced and which the COVID-19 crisis has caused.