The Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) enables the Union to take a leading role in peace-keeping operations, conflict prevention and in the strengthening of the international security. It is an integral part of the EU's comprehensive approach towards crisis management, drawing on civilian and military assets.
Sendinefnd ESB og 17 sendiráð aðildarríkja ESB halda Evrópudaginn hátíðlegan í ár, þann 4. maí í Veröld - húsi Vigdísar að Brynjólfsgötu 1 í Reykjavík. Allir velkomnir milli kl. 17 og 20. Boðið verður upp á mat og menningu, fræðslu og fjör. Sjáumst þar!
In Malawi as and in all countries of the world, having a critical mass of women in leadership and decision-making positions is key to boost economic growth and for the development of inclusive communities.
Over the past year the European Union has on numerous occasions raised its concern about reports of arrests, unlawful or arbitrary detention, torture, and killings of people in Chechnya based on their actual or alleged sexual orientation.
The EU notes that on the day the Turkish parliament extended the State of Emergency for an additional 3 months, President Erdogan announced early presidential and parliamentary elections, to take place on 24 June 2018. Echoing our concerns expressed on the occasion of the constitutional referendum last year we recall the Venice Commission opinion of 13 March 2017 that during situations of emergency states may not be able to meet the relevant standards on free and fair elections.
Ambassador of the European Union to Guyana, Jernej Videtič on Monday April 30th hosted an inaugural breakfast meeting at his residence which saw the attendance of representatives from businesses in Guyana with European ties and parentage.