European Union External Action



Displaying 88491 - 88500 of 92371

Today, the EU Foreign Affairs Council (FAC) – composed of Ministers of Foreign Affairs from the 28 Member States and chaired by EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini – adopted a document setting out EU priorities at the UN Human Rights fora in 2016.

Prije dvadeset godina, rat u Bosni i Hercegovini je bio jedan od najburnijih sukoba u modernoj evropskoj historiji, još od kraja Drugog svjetskog rata. U ponedjeljak, 15. februara, ista je zemlja podnijela zahtjev za članstvo u EU.

Visoka predstavnica i potpredsjednica Evropske komisije Federica Mogherini i komesar Johannes Hahn u zajedničkoj su izjavi podvukli da “…zajednički proslavljamo taj dan. Prije samo dvije decenije, na Balkanu je ispisana jedna od najstrašnijih stranica evropske historije. Danas slavimo još jedan korak ka ujedinjenom i mirnom kontinentu.”


The European Union jointly with the Government of Puntland launched the second phase of the Puntland Education Sector Support Programme. The Waxbarashadu Waa Iftiin (Education is Light) phase II programme launched today is implemented by a consortium of NGOs comprising CARE, Save the Children, ADRA and VU Amsterdam University, and in close coordination with the Ministry of Education, Puntland.

On 15 February 2016, the EU amended its integrated border management assistance mission in Libya (EUBAM Libya) to provide for a civilian planning capacity.


Le 15 février 2015, l'UE a modifié sa mission d'assistance pour une gestion intégrée des frontières en Libye (EUBAM Libya) afin de fournir une capacité de planification civile.


The February meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council saw discussions on Syria, an action plan on climate being adopted and the lifting of most of the restrictive measure on Belarus.


Speaking to the press after the meeting EU High Representative Federica Mogherini said she debriefed the EU Foreign Ministers on the work of the International Syria Support Group in Munich last week. She stressed that there was "complete unity" that all sides must stick to their commitments made just four days ago. She said the setbacks were not a reason to change policy.



Twenty years ago the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina was one of the most violent conflicts in modern European history. Europe saw warfare that had not been seen since the end of the World War Two. Today, Monday 15 February, saw the same country submit its application for EU membership.