The European Union finds it unacceptable that after three agreements brokered by Russia, France and the United States on a ceasefire, the fighting in and around Nagorno Karabakh still continues and there are more and more reports of civilians being targeted.
The 15th Senior Officials' Meeting between the European Union and Thailand took place on 28 October 2020 via videoconference.
Senior Officials discussed a wide range of issues of mutual interest, including recent developments in bilateral relations as well as global and regional issues. Discussions were held in an excellent atmosphere and covered in particular COVID-19 response measures, trade relations, climate change, connectivity, sustainable development and environmental issues, including ocean governance, as well as human rights, migration, and labour issues.
3-2020 Call for Contributions for the European Union Advisory Mission for Civilian Security Sector Reform Ukraine (EUAM Ukraine) - Deadline for applications: Tuesday, 17 November 2020 at 17:00 (Brussels time)
In response to an invitation by the Electoral Commission of the Republic of Ghana, the European Union (EU) will deploy an EU Election Observation Mission (EOM) to observe the general elections scheduled for 7 December 2020.
Josep Borrell, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission, has appointed Mr Javier Nart, Member of the European Parliament, as Chief Observer.
On 28 October, High Representative/Vice-President Josep Borrell held a phone call with Fiji’s Prime Minister Josaia Voreque Bainimarama. The call took place at the occasion of the 5th EU-Fiji Enhanced Political Dialogue held via videoconference on 27-28 October.
كان البحر الأبيض المتوسط الغربي وسيظل منطقة محورية بالنسبة لأوروبا. ولكي تتطور العلاقات بين ضفتي المتوسط في إطار المنفعة المتبادلة، علينا أن ننجح سويا في ردم الهوة التي ما فتئت تتسع بينهما لاسيما على المستوى الاقتصادي.
27/10/20 - HR/VP Blog – The Western Mediterranean has always been a key region for Europe and will remain so. But to ensure that relations between the two shores of the Mediterranean develop in a mutually beneficial way, we will have to succeed in bridging together the widening gap between them, particularly in economic terms. (text in French)
27/10/20 - HR/VP Blog – La Méditerranée occidentale a de tout temps été une région clé pour l’Europe et elle le restera. Mais pour que les relations entre les deux rives de la Méditerranée se développent de façon mutuellement profitable, il nous faudra réussir à combler ensemble le fossé qui tend à se creuser entre elles, notamment sur le plan économique.