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"Por cada dólar invertido en prevención, se pueden ahorrar por lo menos diez dólares en futuros costos sociales y de salud", Kristian Hölge, Representante de UNODC para Ecuador y Perú.

Within the framework of the European Union (EU)-financed Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Centres of Excellence (CoE) Initiative, a round table meeting for the Eastern and Central Africa National Focal Points was organised in Nairobi from 20-23 February. The round-table was followed by the kick-off meeting of the new CBRN CoE Project entitled 'Support to the CBRN CoE for Central & Eastern Africa in Nuclear Security'. The CBRN round table meeting was organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kenya.

Rupert Joy, ambassadeur de l'Union européenne a lancé aux côté de Driss el Yazami, président du Conseil National des Droits de l'Homme (CNDH) et du représentant Conseil de l'Europe un cycle de formation au profit du futur mécanisme national de prévention contre la torture qui devrait être abrité par le CNDH. L'événement a eu lieu le 13 mars au Centre de formation du CNDH

The European Union will continue its intensive support for the UN political process in Syria and work to strengthen the Syrian political opposition and civil society, while remaining the world's leading donor to the Syrian crisis.

سيتابع الاتحاد الأوروبي دعمه الكثيف للعملية السياسية في سوريا بقيادة الأمم المتحدة وعمله لتقوية المعارضة السياسية والمجتمع المدني السوريين، مع بقائه الجهة المانحة الأولى حول العالم لمواجهة تداعيات الأزمة السورية.


L’Union européenne continuera à soutenir fermement le processus politique engagé par les Nations unies en Syrie et à renforcer l’opposition politique syrienne et les organisations de la société civile, tout en restant le premier donateur mondial d’aide en faveur du pays.

The European Union realizes that food production and food security are important facets of the economic development and stability of every region. In the Caribbean, this support becomes even more critical since 60% of the food consumed here is imported. 60%! This is an indication of the potential to grow the agriculture sector in the region. The distinguished farmers who are here today are proof of the efforts to exploit that opportunity and we stand ready to assist.