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The European Union (EU) Delegation to South Sudan contributes to progressing peace, stability and development in South Sudan, in line with the EU's Global Strategy, the principles and values at the core of EU foreign policy.
The European Union has proven to be a reliable and consistent supporter of a free, independent and prosperous South Sudan, committed to universal values such as democracy, rule of law and human rights.
South Sudan gained independence in July 2011, and with it came ambitious plans to build the foundations of the world's newest state. The EU rallied behind the country's state- and nation-building efforts through significant diplomatic, political, humanitarian and developmental support.
Since the creation of the so-called Schengen Zone travel between EU countries has become much easier. Quality, diversity, and opportunity are among the many benefits of European higher education institutions.
The United Nations Resident Coordinator, Mr Alvaro Rodriguez, and the European Union Head of Political, Press and Information, Ms. Luana Reale, have been on a two day joint visit in Mwanza Region. While in the region, the two delegates visited EU and UN supported development projects. They have also taken part in the national commemorations of the World Press Freedom Day held on Tuesday May 3rd, and organized by the Media Institute of Southern Africa – Tanzania Chapter (MISA-Tan) in collaboration with other media stakeholders.