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Министры иностранных дел Канады, Франции, Германии, Италии, Японии, Великобритании и Соединённых Штатов Америки и Верховный Представитель Европейского Союза по иностранным делам встретились в Хиросиме, Япония, 10 – 11 апреля, чтобы обсудить ряд международных вопросов, влияющих на мир, безопасность и процветание во всем мире.

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The European Union (EU) supported a research study on Radicalisation in Southeast Asia done by the Southeast Asia Regional Centre for Counter-Terrorism (SEARCCT) in the framework of the Joint EU-UNODC Initiative for Supporting Southeast Asian Countries to Counter Terrorism.

On April 12th, 2016, the EU Head of Delegation to Uganda, H.E Ambassador Kristian Schmidt, joined the European Business Forum in Uganda to officially announce the premier of the First Annual European Business Hub and Food Festival dubbed ‘3 Days in Europe’. The event is scheduled to take place in Kampala from May 6th to 8th, 2016 at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel gardens.

EU Heads of Mission and the Honourable Katherine McKenna, Canada’s Environment Minister, discussed a wide range of issues during an informal breakfast meeting on 11 April at the EU Delegation in Ottawa.

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La jefa de la Misión de Observación Electoral de la Unión Europea, la eurodiputada Sra. Renate Weber, observó el desarrollo de la jornada electoral en Perú en diversos distritos de Lima y El Callao.

Free, open and stable seas are a cornerstone for peace, stability and prosperity of the international community. Recognizing the importance of the oceans, we, the Foreign Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and High Representative of the European Union, reaffirm our commitment to further international cooperation on maritime security and safety.

Election day in Chad passed off peacefully on 10 April, demonstrating the determination of all Chadians to perform their civic duty and their commitment to the country's stability, despite the tensions apparent in the run-up to the election and a number of logistical difficulties.

It is now important that the votes are counted in an orderly fashion and that the process is transparent and verifiable.

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