Federica Mogherini, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, spoke today to Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu and had an exchange of views on EU bilateral relations, the Middle East Peace Process (MEPP) and regional issues.
Statement by Ambassador Peter Versteeg, Head of the European Union Delegation to the Republic of Sierra Leone on the occasion of the signature of the works contract for the Bandajuma – Liberia Border Road and Bridges project
Only 10 days after the violence perpetrated in north eastern Nigeria and southern Chad, a new terrorist attack involving two female suicide bombers has this time struck a Nigerian camp hosting some 50,000 people, killing at least 58. We express our condolences to all those affected by this attack.
Targeting innocent people, is unacceptable. Camps have to remain a place of shelter and protection.
Dix jours seulement après les actes de violence perpétrés dans le nord-est du Nigeria et le sud du Tchad, un nouvel attentat terroriste commis par deux femmes kamikazes a cette fois frappé un camp nigérian abritant quelque 50 000 personnes et fait au moins 58 victimes. Nous exprimons nos condoléances à toutes les personnes touchées par cet attentat.
Prendre pour cible des innocents est inacceptable. Les camps doivent demeurer des lieux qui offrent abri et protection.
The fact that the International [Syria] Support Group is meeting today to try to call all the actors to stick to the commitments we all made in December, including the support of the talks, including the commitment to a ceasefire, including the commitment to confidence-building measures and humanitarian access, is extremely important.
High Representative Federica Mogherini today attended the International Syria Support Group meeting in Munich, which aimed to call all actors to stick to the commitments made in December, including the support of talks, the commitment to a ceasefire, the commitment to confidence-building measures and humanitarian access.
Applications are now invited for Australian European University Institute Fellowships which provide the opportunity to carry out research at the European University Institute in Florence – the high profile research institute established by the Member States of the founding European Communities in 1972. A six-month Postdoctoral Fellowship will be offered for the period January-June 2017. One three-month Postgraduate Fellowship will be offered for the period September-December 2016. In addition, one fellowship will be offered for a Visiting Scholar from an Australian university for one month during the period January-June 2017.