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En tant que partenaire ngagé dans la promotion du climat des affaires et le développement durable en Mauritanie, la Délégation de l'Union européenne a pris part ce matin à l'atelier de validation de la politique nationale de la qualité.

On 14 March, the Foreign Affairs Council, among other issues, took stock of EU-Russia relations. The ministers unanimously supported five principles guiding the EU's policy towards Russia.


Head of EU Delegation to Lebanon: “After COP21: Adaptation Policies for the Mediterranean, the case of Lebanon”

14 марта на заседании Совета ЕС по иностранным делам министры стран ЕС, среди прочих вопросов, проанализировали отношения между ЕС и Россией и единогласно поддержали пять принципов, определяющих политику Европейского Союза в отношении России.


Tirsdag 15. februar deltok EUs delegasjon til Norge på markeringen av den internasjonale forbrukerdagen på Eidsvoll plass foran Stortinget. Markeringen var arrangert av Forbrukerrådet og Forbruker Europa, og slagordet i år var "Ikke bestilt – Ikke betal!"

Cash for work: Helping close to 2 000 families in Syria to get by

Despite the current refugee crisis, the overwhelming majority of Syrians remain in their country. As the situation continues to deteriorate, in addition to providing immediate material and food aid and supporting schools and farmers, Czech NGO People in Need supports the Syrian communities in building resilience. The 'Cash for Work' programme funded by the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO) has been directly implemented in the Syrian provinces of Aleppo and Idleb since April 2015. Through this programme, more than 1 930 families have been able to earn a living to provide food and clothing to their families, and pay for rent.

The European Commission funds humanitarian projects both inside Syria and in neighbouring countries. Read more about the Syria crisis

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The conviction of former President Mohamed Nasheed for charges under anti-terrorist legislation raises very serious questions about due process of law and risks undermining people's trust in the independence of the judiciary.