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La décision de la Cour suprême de l’Azerbaïdjan de remettre en liberté conditionnelle Khadija Ismayilova, une journaliste d’investigation réputée, marque une nouvelle étape dans la progression de l’Azerbaïdjan vers le respect de ses engagements internationaux et contribue à améliorer les relations entre ce pays et l’Union européenne.

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The decision of the Supreme Court of Azerbaijan to conditionally release Khadija Ismayilova, a prominent investigative journalist, marks a further step in progress towards Azerbaijan's compliance with its international commitments and contributes to the enhancement of relations between the European Union and Azerbaijan.

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The revision of the Global Accord between the EU and Mexico was at the centre point of a visit by EU High Representative Federica Mogherini to Mexico City on 24-25 May.

Finally, Nadiya Savchenko is free and back in her country. The Ukrainian pilot was released today from a Russian prison - in exchange for the release of two Russian prisoners, in an overdue gesture of human compassion.

We wish her a prompt recovery after her long imprisonment.

We wish to inform you about changes in the EU regulations regarding biocidal products that could affect exports from Canada to the European Union. Pursuant to regulation (EU) No 528/2012, beginning 1 March 2017 manufactured goods treated with or incorporating an unapproved biocidal product can no longer be placed on the EU market.

Na međuministarskom dijalogu sa EU koji je danas održan u Briselu, Zapadni Balkan i Turska su se posvetili većem sprovođenju ekonomskih i socijalnih reformi kako bi se ojačala makroekonomska stabilnost i povećali konkurentnost i rast

The EU Delegation participated in the Steering Committee meeting of the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC)

The European Union and Indonesia convened the first Indonesia-EU Security Policy Dialogue on 25 May 2016, in Bandung, West Java. The dialogue addressed common challenges such as counter terrorism, counter narcotics, maritime security, organised crime, peacekeeping and disaster management.  The dialogue also served to coordinate efforts to prevent violent extremism and to address its root causes.

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