On 20 December 2017 EU institutions took an important step in strengthening their cooperation in the fight against cyber-attacks. An inter-institutional arrangement which enters into force today establishes a permanent Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-EU) covering all the EU's institutions, bodies and agencies. It consolidates the existing task force into a permanent and effective team responsible for ensuring a coordinated EU response to cyber-attacks against its institutions.
Climbing up Mount Orjen above Risan in Montenegro, you come across the ruins of what was once the biggest bakery in the Balkans and the second largest in Europe. The European Union has helped this and other cultural and natural sights in Montenegro reach the maps of tourists worldwide, sharing this rich cultural heritage and boosting local growth and jobs.
On December 15, the European Union Delegation to Papua New Guinea, represented by its Acting Head of Cooperation visited the Sibalai community of Milne Bay Province to mark the occasion of the official launch of the Sibalai Resource Centre as part of the Community Led MDG Acceleration Project (CLMAP). The programme, developed as a pilot initiative by the European Union in 2012, aims to assist the government to accelerate achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) at the local level and to demonstrate community and civil society capacity to drive community development.
20 December 2017, New York – Intervention on behalf of the European Union and its Member States by Ms Eglantine Cujo, Counsellor, Legal Adviser, the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations, General Assembly meeting, the item Culture of Peace: draft resolution – WAVE (a world against violence and violent extremism).