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The Council of the European Union adopted on 14 October 2019 conclusions on democracy.

The conclusions underline that in today's world, democracy is being challenged and called into question. While democracy remains strong in many countries, in others there is a growing trend towards authoritarianism. The Council notes that the challenges to democracy are multi-fold and need to be countered urgently and comprehensively.

Local EU Statement on the death penalty delivered during the 1356th Meeting of the Committee of Ministers (9 October 2019)
 

Speech on the history and future of EU-CoE cooperation by Mr Christian Leffler, Deputy Secretary General of the European External Action Service
(Strasbourg, 30 September 2019)

EUDEL Statement on the non-recognition of Russian local elections in the Crimean peninsula delivered during the 1353rd Meeting of the Committee of Ministers (11 September 2019):

Local EU Statement on the death penalty in the United States and Belarus delivered during the 1353rd Meeting of the Committee of Ministers (11 September 2019):

Local EU Statement on freedom of assembly in the Russian Federation delivered during the 1352nd Meeting of the Committee of Ministers (4 September 2019):

Local EU Statement on the suspension of elected mayors in south-east Turkey, presented at the 1352nd Meeting of the Committee of Ministers (4 September 2019):

Statement by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini on the appointment of the next Secretary-General of the Council of Europe

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