Delegation of the European Union to Papua New Guinea


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The European Union has been represented in Papua New Guinea since 1977. The fight against climate change is one of the top priorities of the European Union, and it strongly supports a global and united approach for climate action that is reflected in its projects here in Papua New Guinea. In the framework of the second Climate Diplomacy Weeks to be held this year from 23 September to 06 October, the EU Delegation in PNG is organising a Bilum making & Film making competition for PNG youths in High School and University.

Le Bureau de l'Union Européenne en charge des PTOM du Pacifique a rencontré ce mercredi 7 août le nouveau président du gouvernement calédonien Thierry Santa.

Le premier comité de pilotage du projet régional PTOM Pacifique PROTEGE financé par l'Union Européenne dans le cadre du 11° FED et mis en œuvre par la CPS et le PROE s'est tenu en juillet dernier.

Based on the development priorities of Papua New Guinea (PNG), the EU Support to Rural Entrepreneurship, Investment and Trade in Papua New Guinea (STREIT PNG) aims at improving sustainable and inclusive economic development and job creation in the Momase Region, with a specific focus on women, youth and climate change. The Project will enable ‘hard components’ (transport infrastructure, energy access) to be connected with ‘soft components’ such as financing, training, market access, trade and other value chain support services for commodities, facilitated by the sustainable implementation of digital technologies, services and solutions, under a conducive business environment in order to foster and stimulate climate resilient rural development activities. The geographical scope of the project will initially be focused on the East Sepik and Sandaun provinces. After the mid-term review of the project, cocoa value chain development activities will be considered for expansion to the neighbouring provinces of Morobe and Madang for those activities that require heavier localised investment.

With European prosperity and Asian peace and security closely connected, the European Union has decided to strengthen its security cooperation in and with Asia. This is also in line with the steps taken by the EU in the past years to strengthen its role as a global security provider.

As we mark the International Criminal Justice Day, the European Union reaffirms its longstanding support towards the international criminal justice system and in particular its unwavering commitment to the International Criminal Court (ICC), as part of the EU's wider commitment to a rules-based international order.

The Council today adopted conclusions on the EU's priorities at the 74th UN General Assembly(September 2019 – September 2020). These conclusions complements the Council conclusions on strengthening multilateralism which were adopted on 17 June 2019.