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Austria, The Netherlands and Slovakia contributed to addressing the issue of Civilian Rapid Deployment and organised a workshop on Civilian Capability Development under the auspices of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) and in close collaboration with the Crisis Management and Planning Directorate, which ran from 7 to 8 July 2016 in Brussels.

EUBAM Advisory Board appraises ongoing reforms and Transnistria conflict settlement efforts

The EU-OECD SIGMA assessment conclusions have been presented to the members of the National Council for Public Administration Reform

European Union commits to action at the World Humanitarian Summit

Press Club session of the EU Delegation to Moldova about improving population health in the Republic of Moldova

The first session of this year's Press Club of the EU Delegation in Moldova was held on 4 March. The main subject for discussion was the improvement of population health through control of non-communicable diseases.

The world is changing and Europe faces an increasingly complex and uncertain security environment. There is a growing demand for the European Union to become more capable, more coherent and more strategic as a global actor. The EU disposes of a unique array of instruments to help promote peace and security where needed.

A assistência técnica de apoio institucional ao Ministério do Comércio faz parte do ACOM – Projeto de Apoio ao Comércio, financiado pela União Europeia com o montante de 12 milhões de euros.

In order to enable the European Union fully to assume its responsibilities for crisis management, the European Council (Nice, December 2000) decided to establish permanent political and military structures.

A fim de permitir à União Europeia assumir plenamente as suas responsabilidades no domínio da gestão de crises e agir como ator mundial em matéria de segurança, os Estados-Membros da UE decidiram criar estruturas políticas, militares e civis permanentes.

In order to enable the European Union fully to assume its responsibilities for crisis management, the European Council (Nice, December 2000) decided to establish permanent political and military structures.

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