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The 2021 EU-Africa Business Forum, as a key platform of our renewed EU-Africa relationship, is taking place online on 16, 20 and 21 April. It will feature high-level speakers and assemble over 2,000 registered participants, from regional bodies, public administrations, trade associations and energy businesses. Together they will focus on a top priority for governments and businesses in both Africa and Europe – the transition to green energy and clean energy access.

La commissaire aux partenariats internationaux, Jutta Urpilainen, et le ministre togolais des affaires étrangères, Robert Dussey, les négociateurs en chef, ont paraphé le 15 avril 2021 le nouvel accord de partenariat entre l'Union européenne (UE) et les membres de l'Organisation des États d'Afrique, des Caraïbes et du Pacifique (OEACP, anciennement groupe des États ACP), marquant ainsi la conclusion officielle des négociations de l'accord post-Cotonou, qui fixe le cadre de coopération politique, économique et sectorielle pour les vingt prochaines années.

Обновленная программа Erasmus+ с бюджетом 28,4 млрд евро на 2021–2027 гг. будет финансировать проекты в сфере образовательной мобильности и трансграничного сотрудничества. Программа станет более инклюзивной и будет содействовать переходу к зеленой экономике и цифровизации. Кроме того, программа Erasmus+ обеспечит устойчивость систем обучения и подготовки в условиях пандемии.

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The new and revamped €28.4 billion Erasmus+ programme for 2021-2027 will fund learning mobility and cross-border cooperation projects, and will seek to be even more inclusive and to support the green and digital transitions. Erasmus+ will also support the resilience of education and training systems in the face of the pandemic.

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Today's initialling of the new Partnership Agreement between the European Union and members of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS, formerly known as the ACP Group of States) by the chief negotiators, International Partnerships Commissioner Jutta Urpilainen, and Togo's Foreign Minister Robert Dussey, marks the formal conclusion of the negotiations of the Post-Cotonou Agreement, setting the political, economic and sectorial cooperation framework for the next twenty years.

This funding to the Sierra Leone Red Cross is part of the EU's overall contribution to the Disaster Relief Emergency Fund (DREF) of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).

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