The European Union (EU) Delegation to South Sudan is one of the 140 diplomatic missions that represent the EU across the globe. The Delegation aims at strengthening EU-South Sudan relations by contributing to progressing peace, stability and development in South Sudan, in line with the EU's Global Strategy, the principles and values at the core of the Union’s foreign policy.
The EU Delegation works with government bodies, parties, civil society, faith based and other stakeholders as well as EU member states and international and regional partners including the UN, African Union, IGAD and the Troika in supporting progress on the implementation of the Revitalised Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS).
Progress on the implementation of the peace agreement will determine whether a more peaceful and stable South Sudan will emerge, with which the EU can build a long-term partnership for development cooperation and trade. At the same time, the EU delegation works to address medium to long-term challenges with regard to the protracted humanitarian crisis and chronic underdevelopment. This will mean that the EU will continue its focus on the provision of humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable population and support the delivery of basic services such as education, health and livelihoods in the country.