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The EU Liaison Office in Turkmenistan, in close cooperation with the EU-funded project "Border Management in Central Asia Program (BOMCA), Phase 9" hosted in its premises on 6 November 2017 an award ceremony for the participants of the children drawing contest with a theme "Border cooperation/border guards".

For the last three years I think we have used the phrase Rule of Law more than any other by far. For many reasons, including European Union priorities, but the most important one is that the people of Albania had enough. They had enough of decades of arrogance of the corrupt and criminalised interest groups who believe that Albania exists to make them rich, and that they don’t owe anything to the state and people they call their own.

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Gjatë tre viteve të fundit mendoj se e kemi përdorur frazën “shtet ligjor” më shumë se gjithçka tjetër. Për shumë arsye, përfshirë përparësitë e Bashkimit Evropian, por më e rëndësishmja është që shqiptarëve u kishte ardhur në majë të hundës. U kishin ardhur në majë të hundës dekada arrogance të grupeve të interesit të korruptuara dhe të kriminalizuara që besojnë se Shqipëria ekziston për t’i bërë ata të pasur dhe se ata nuk i detyrohen për asgjë shtetit dhe popullit që i quajnë të vetët.

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Grâce à l'appui de l'UE, 7 associations de femmes béninoises ont bénéficié d'une subvention pour des projets d'assainissement. En amont de la mise en œuvre de leur projet, elles ont reçu une formation en leadership, plaidoyer et gestion de projets.

The EU and Egypt made a step forward towards strengthening their research and innovation cooperation. The two sides signed an agreement for scientific and technological cooperation setting out the terms and conditions for Egypt's participation in the Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area (PRIMA).

 

 

The signature of the protocol decision on the opening of the Gura-Bicului – Bychok bridge will provide for significantly increased opportunities to facilitate the movement of people, transport and goods and business activities on both banks of the Nistru River and in the wider region.

 

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