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On 11-12 November 2015, EU and African leaders convened in Valletta, Malta with the objective to seek concrete ways to address together both the challenges and the opportunities of migration.

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Les 11 et 12 novembre 2015, les dirigeants européens et africains se sont réunis à La Valette (Malte) afin de trouver des moyens concrets de relever ensemble les défis de la migration et d'exploiter les possibilités qu'elle représente.

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EU and EUCOM expand cooperation and information sharing to boost security
Draft Press Release 01 / 2015 – 30 November 2015

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 I am glad to be in Malta for the Summit today, because you (Malta) are a symbol of a bridge between the EU and Africa. Being an island, you understand very well that you cannot build walls in the sea. So having the summit here (in Malta) gives the real sense of the cooperation we are looking for with our African partners and that we are already building.

On the eve of the EU-Africa Summit on Migration that is taking place today and tomorrow in Valletta (Malta), the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security has released to Vita International, Afronline and its African independent media partners an exclusive interview in which she stated the need “for Europe and Africa to jointly address common challenges such as migration and security by renewing our partnership.”

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