Relations between Madagascar and the European Union (EU) take place within the framework of the Cotonou Agreement, which establishes a full partnership based on political cooperation, economic and trade cooperation, and development cooperation.
Since the creation of the so-called Schengen Zone travel between EU countries has become much easier. Quality, diversity, and opportunity are among the many benefits of European higher education institutions.
The EU’s external policies, strategies, instruments and missions to support stability, promote human rights and democracy, seek to spread prosperity and support the enforcement of the rule of law and good governance.
Les relations entre Madagascar et l’Union européenne (UE) prennent place dans le cadre de l’accord de Cotonou qui établit un partenariat complet reposant sur la coopération politique, la coopération économique et commerciale et la coopération au développement.
The EU is active in a wide range of topics, from human rights to transport and trade. A list of topics which summarise what the EU does in a specific area, useful links to relevant bodies, laws and documents.