The European Commission (EC) has released results of the Erasmus +2016 selection rounds of scholarships for the Erasmus Mundus joint programmes. A total of 15 candidates from Ghana have been placed on the main list (comprising two doctoral candidates and 13 Masters' students). There are also 139 candidates from Ghana on the reserve list (comprising four doctoral candidates and 135 Masters Students).
On 4 June in Tuvalu, Commissioner Mimica met with Prime Minister Sopoaga, and discussed with his counterpart the EU's willingness to implement a successful bilateral cooperation with Tuvalu, focusing mainly on environment protection through the sustainable management of waste.
The announcement by Haiti's Provisional Electoral Council of the new timetable for the legislative and presidential elections sets aside the results of the first round of presidential elections in October 2015.