The EU Delegation will organise a series of nine online webinars in different policy areas ranging from green recovery to trade to public health, bringing together EU and Japanese experts to discuss the impact, policy response and EU-Japan cooperation regarding COVID-19.
Today, 27 September 2020, the European Union and the World Bank signed an agreement to work in partnership on the Sudan Family Support Programme, which will support Sudanese families affected by economic reforms. The signed agreement allocates a total amount of EUR 92.9 million (USD 110 million) to the Sudan Transition and Recovery Support (STARS) Multi Donor Trust Fund administered and managed by the World Bank. The trust fund is the primary financing mechanism for the government-led and implemented Sudan Family Support Program (SFSP).
Speech of H.E. Ambassador Robert van den Dool Head of Delegation of the European Union to Sudan On the occasion of the launching of the Sudan Family Support Programme Office of the Cabinet, 27 September, 12h00.
Your Excellency Dr. Abdullah Hamdok, Prime Minister of the Republic of Sudan,
Newly appointed Ambassador and Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Nepal, Ms. Nona Deprez, presented her credentials to President Bidhya Devi Bhandari at a special function organized at the presidential office on 27 September.