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I am pleased to be here today in Tirana at the fourth edition of Terra Madre Balkans, where hundreds of participants and delegates representing the "food community" (small food producers, academics, institutions, civil society) from 12 countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, The Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Turkey, Italy and Albania) gather every two years since 2010.

The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) for Tanzania’s 2015 General Elections today submitted to Tanzanian partners its final report containing proposals for reforms to improve the electoral process and enhance voter confidence in future elections.

 

Europe's cultural scene in Hong Kong and Macao - June 2016, upcoming events

Today, at the Dead Sea in Jordan, Ministers of International Cooperation and Planning from the 43 member countries of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) defined key steps to enhance the impact of regional cooperation.

International Labour Conference - 105th session (30th May – 10th June 2016) - Committee on Application of standards: El Salvador (Convention N° 87)

International Labour Conference - 105th session (30th May – 10th June 2016) - Committee on Advancing Social Justice - Reviewing the impact of the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization - Point D: Partnerships and policy coherence

On 1 June 2016 India announced its subscription to the Hague Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation (HCoC). This step will contribute to enhancing transparency and security among States in South Asia and beyond. All States which have not yet subscribed to the Code of Conduct, in particular those possessing space launch vehicles and ballistic missile capabilities, should follow this example.

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Le 1er juin 2016, l’Inde a annoncé son adhésion au code de conduite de La Haye contre la prolifération des missiles balistiques (HCoC). Cette adhésion contribuera à accroître la transparence et la sécurité dans les États d’Asie du Sud et au-delà. Tous les États qui n’ont pas encore adhéré au code de conduite, en particulier ceux disposant de lanceurs spatiaux et de capacités en matière de missiles balistiques, devraient suivre cet exemple.

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