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The European Union pays tribute to the outstanding efforts Lebanon is making since the outset of the Syrian refugee crisis. The EU remains deeply committed to assisting Lebanon in dealing with the crisis. The European Union is the leading donor in the international response to the Syrian crisis with an overall total of €9 billion from the EU budget and Member States collectively allocated in humanitarian and development assistance since the start of the conflict in 2011. This support goes both to Syrians in their country, and to refugees and their host communities in neighbouring Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey and Egypt.

The EU pays tribute to the outstanding efforts Jordan has made and is continuing to make since the onset of the Syrian refugee crisis. The EU remains deeply committed to assisting Jordan in dealing with the crisis. Overall, the EU is the leading donor in the international response to the Syrian crisis, with an overall total of over €9 billion from the EU and Member States collectively mobilised in humanitarian and development assistance since 2011. This support goes both to Syrians still inside their country, as well as to refugees and their host communities in neighbouring Jordan, Lebanon, as well as Iraq, Turkey and Egypt.

The Delegation of the European Union in Zambia is also responsible for managing official relations between the European Union (EU) and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa - COMESA.

Эта стратегия пестует стремление Европейского Союза к стратегической
автономии. Она необходима, чтобы продвигать общие интересы наших граждан, а
также наши принципы и ценности. Однако мы знаем, что подобного рода
первостепенные задачи наилучшим образом решаются, если мы не одни. И они
лучше всего решаются в рамках международной системы, основанной на
правилах и на многосторонности.

#EU4HumanRights aims at raising awareness about human rights issues in the world and discussing human rights priorities in EU foreign policy.

OP-ED for Kosova Sot by Nataliya Apostolova, Head of EU Office/EU Special Representative

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