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On the eve of a possible agreement to end the war in Afghanistan, more than 60 people lost their lives and more than 150 were wounded in an attack targeting a wedding ceremony in Kabul. What should have been a joyous and festive occasion has been tragically taken away by this act of terror, which
The EU attended today in Khartoum the Ceremony of the Conclusion of Documents on the Transitional Civilian Authority in Sudan. As an expression of strong political support, a number of international partners including the EU signed this transitional agreement as witnesses. The conclusion of this
The European Union and Canada recall their close relations with Hong Kong under the ‘one country, two systems’ principle and their strong stake in its continued stability and prosperity.   For the last two months, large numbers of citizens have been exercising their fundamental right of assembly.
The EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration has proven fundamental to provide Sudanese migrant returnees with access to health insurance, to give shelter to elderly migrant returnees in Addis Ababa as well as to help victims of trafficking. EU High Representative Federica
The Western Balkans' film scene has been thriving in recent years, reaching audiences across the world and winning awards at major festivals. The EU supports the film industry and film events in the region, and this week sees the opening of one of these; the 25th edition of the Sarajevo Film
Although separated by 14,000 kilometres, the two continents closely collaborate in dozens of projects aiming to bring solutions to major real-world challenges. EU Horizon2020 programme has invested approximately €5,9 million in Australian research and innovation
Maisha- An Afro-European Music Experiment
Convinced by the power of art to unite, the EU Delegation to the African Union created the project MAISHA (‘life’ in Swahili). The first edition of MAISHA – an Afro-European Music Experiment – gathered 12 musicians from the two continents in Addis Ababa last May, to engage in a two-week music
Zanat- Rhythm of Craft
The family woodcarving company “Zanat” opened a museum displaying highlights from the long history of woodcarving craft in Konjic area in Herzegovina region. The museum was opened with the support of the EU Delegation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is a video capturing sounds recorded at the Zanat
A social enterprise project to promote and distribute renewable energy solutions in rural Lesotho
  Positive Planet International has partnered with the Rural Self-help Development Association (RSDA) for The Economic Growth Through Sustainable Access to Renewable Energy, a project co-funded by EU in Lesotho. The project aims to build a sustainable social enterprise that will provide, promote
The close relationship between the European Union and Mozambique encompasses partnerships at bilateral, regional and global level. In its co-operation with Mozambique, the EU has been an active supporter of peace and security, as well as a leading actor in trade, investment, development cooperation
The EU does not fund or support the rapid support forces nor does the EU support the transitional military council, or the Sudanese military
The European Union and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) continue to deepen their relationship while working towards the establishment of a Strategic Partnership. This decision to upgrade relations was taken by the EU and ASEAN countries’ Foreign Ministers at the EU-ASEAN
The organisation chart of the EEAS illustrates this structure
Joint Communication to the European Parliament, the European Council, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions: Report on the implementation of the Action Plan Against Disinformation
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Scenes of Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, the world’s largest refugee camp, where the EU and the UN Refugee Agency register and provide humanitarian support to Rohingya refugees.
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