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The Commission is today reporting on the continuous fulfilment of the visa liberalisation benchmarks by the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia) as well as the Eastern Partnership countries (Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine). The report shows that, whilst the visa liberalisation requirements for the countries concerned continue to be fulfilled, action is required in a number of specific areas to preserve their sustainable implementation.


დღეს, ევროკომისია წარადგენს ანგარიშს უვიზო მიმოსვლის ფუნქციონირების შესახებ დასავლეთ ბალკანეთისა (ალბანეთი, ბოსნია და ჰერცეგოვინა, ყოფილი იუგოსლავიის რესპუბლიკა მაკედონია, მონტენეგრო და სერბეთი) და აღმოსავლეთ პარტნიორობის (მოლდოვა, საქართველო და უკრაინა) ქვეყნებთან. ანგარიშის თანახმად, ზემოაღნიშნული ქვეყნების მიერ სავიზო რეჟიმის ლიბერალიზაციის მოთხოვნების შესრულება გრძელდება, თუმცა მაინც დგას რამდენიმე კონკრეტულ სფეროში მოქმედების საჭიროება, რათა უზრუნველყოფილ იქნეს მათი ხანგრძლივვადიანი და მდგრადი განხორციელება.


It is my great pleasure to be here at National Museum with you tonight. We are surrounded by artefacts and memories of past cultures that have had their home in Sudan. These cultures have produced incredible and unique architecture, agricultural practices etc. These have been highly developed and sophisticated cultures; and at their heart was always a script. Reading and knowledge and their associated activities of debate and discourse are engrained in the very deep fabric of this country.

(Khartoum 18 December 2017) The Delegation of the European Union to Sudan announced the publishing of the call for proposals for 2018 for the EU Funded Erasmus + Programme. The programme allows Sudanese students, academic staff and Universities to participate in study mobility, exchange, or capacity building projects in Europe and in other partner countries worldwide, in the field of higher education.

(20 December 2017) A delegation from the European Parliament Human Rights Subcommittee visited Sudan at a

L’Union européenne et l’Azerbaïdjan ont renouvelé leur engagement et relancé leur dialogue, notamment par l’ouverture de négociations relatives à un nouvel accord global visant à moderniser et à revitaliser le partenariat UE-Azerbaïdjan. L’Azerbaïdjan s’est également lancé dans un processus important de diversification de son économie.


The European Union and Azerbaijan have renewed their engagement and dialogue, including through the launch of negotiations on a comprehensive new agreement to modernise and revitalise the EU-Azerbaijan partnership. Azerbaijan has also embarked on an important process to diversify its economy.