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Nairobi, 12 December 2014 – One year ago, the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the M23 rebel group signed two Declarations in Nairobi, Kenya, which concluded a year-long peace process held in Kampala under the auspices of President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda and his facilitator Defense Minister Crispus Kiyonga.

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Today is the second anniversary of the unexplained disappearance of Sombath Somphone in Vientiane, Laos.

Sombath Somphone is a recipient of the Magsaysay prize, a highly-respected member of civil society in Laos and the successful co-organiser of the Asia-Europe People-to-People Forum that took place in Laos in 2012. He has many friends not only in Laos and throughout Asia, but also in Europe.

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Il y a un an, le gouvernement de la République démocratique du Congo (RDC) et le groupe de rebelles du M 23 ont signé deux déclarations à Nairobi, au Kenya, qui mettaient un terme au processus de paix organisé à Kampala sous les auspices du Président Yoweri Museveni d’Ouganda et de son ministre de la défense M. Crispus Kiyonga, facilitateur.

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Aujourd’hui marque le deuxième anniversaire de la disparition inexpliquée de M. Sombath Somphone à Vientiane, au Laos.

M. Sombath Somphone, auquel a été décerné le prix Magsaysay, est un membre hautement respecté de la société civile au Laos et a co-organisé avec efficacité le forum populaire Asie-Europe (Asia-Europe People-to-People Forum) qui a eu lieu au Laos en 2012. Il compte de nombreux amis non seulement au Laos et dans toute l’Asie, mais aussi en Europe.

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Il y a un an, le gouvernement de la République démocratique du Congo (RDC) et le groupe de rebelles du M 23 ont signé deux déclarations à Nairobi, au Kenya, qui mettaient un terme au processus de paix organisé à Kampala sous les auspices du Président Yoweri Museveni d’Ouganda et de son ministre de la défense M. Crispus Kiyonga, facilitateur.

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The main issue of today's Foreign Affairs Council was Syria.  We started by preparing our discussion yesterday with an extremely good meeting with the UN Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura. I said this morning that you would have more details about the concrete support that the European Union can give to his efforts. First of all you might have seen already the conclusions we adopted through a very a smooth process, as they were already agreed before entering the meeting. This gave some space for a real in-depth political debate amongst all the ministers.

The flatlands of Nepal are geographically remote, isolated from markets and subject to climatic extremes – making agriculture a hazardous, though vital livelihood. In Rupandehi, Nawalparasi, Surkhet and Rukum Districts, poor access to improved agricultural technologies and markets makes it difficult for farmers to earn a living, and many do not have enough nutritious food to eat. Food insecurity in these areas has a disproportionate impact on women and children. Malnutrition restricts children's cognitive and development potential, with long-term - often irreversible - social consequences.

Mme Federica Mogherini, haute représentante de l'Union pour les affaires étrangères et la politique de sécurité/vice-présidente de la Commission, et M. Johannes Hahn, commissaire chargé de la politique européenne de voisinage et des négociations d'élargissement, ont fait ce jour la déclaration suivante:

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Federica Mogherini, High Representative for Foreign affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the Commission, and Johannes Hahn, Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, issued the following statement today:

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