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On 6 May in the Sala Regia of the Apostolic Palace at the Vatican, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, together with European Parliament President Martin Schulz and European Council President Donald Tusk took part in the ceremony awarding the Charlemagne Prize to Pope Francis.

EU-China joint research on aviation and aeronautics for green, safe and increased digitalisation of aviation in the EU and China.


La réhabilitation de ce tribunal, d’un coût de 1,6 millions d’euros,fait partie de l’important programme d’appui à la réforme de la justice (PARJ) financé par l’Union européenne.

Washington, May 4, 2016

Joint Statement U.S.-EU Energy Council


Les informations faisant état de nombreuses victimes suite à l'attaque menée aujourd'hui contre un camp de réfugiés dans le nord de la Syrie démontrent que les premières victimes du conflit restent les personnes les plus vulnérables.

Les camps de réfugiés devraient être un lieu où peuvent trouver refuge les personnes qui en ont le plus besoin, et non la cible de violences.


The reports of many casualties following an attack on a refugee camp in northern Syria today, shows that the most vulnerable people continue be the first victims of the conflict.

Refugee camps should be a place where those most in need can find sanctuary from conflict, not targets of violence.

Attacks on refugee camps are unacceptable and constitute a grave violation of international humanitarian law.


* أثار الصراع في سوري ا أكبر أزمة إنسانية في العالم منذ ا ندلاع الحرب العالمية الثانية . ويتواصل تزايد الاحتياجات الإنسانية , وترتفع مستويات تشريد السكان , ويتم تعريض جيل كامل من الأطفال لأ هوال الحرب والعنف، مع ارتفاع مستوى ح رم انه م من الخدمات الأساسية، و حقه م في التعليم و الحماية


The European Union is a leading donor to the international response to the crisis. More than €5 billion have been mobilised for relief and recovery assistance to Syrians in the country and to refugees and their host communities in neighbouring Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Turkey and Egypt.


Ninayo furaha kubwa kuwa nanyi siku hii ya leo. Asanteni sana kwa kutualika.


It is truly a pleasure to be in Mwanza, on the shores of a lake that is as large as a sea. I did not realise that Mwanza is also the second largest city of Tanzania. I hope I will have the time to see the impressive Bismarck Rocks.


It is also a pleasure for the European Union to be present again at celebrations for the World Press Freedom Day in Tanzania. Last year the event in Morogoro was as vibrant and received a lot of coverage.