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Четыре предпринимателя из Наманганской области и один сотрудник Торгово-промышленной палаты Республики Узбекистан (ТПП РУз) прошли деловую стажировку в Греции в рамках проекта ЕС "Программа Обучения Менеджменту (MTP - Management Training Programme) - Укрепление потенциала руководителей предприятий малого бизнеса и частного предпринимательства в Узбекистане". В рамках визита делегация Узбекистана приняла участие в 27-ой «Международной выставке сельскохозяйственной техники и оборудования-Agrotica 2018», крупнейшей сельскохозяйственной выставке в Южной Европе, которая ежегодно собирает ведущих профессионалов агропромышленного сектора, демонстрирующих последние достижения в своей области.


Montserrat Signs Budget Support Programme with EU

Montserrat has signed a Budget Support Programme with the European Union for 18.4 million euros (EC$61.7M) aimed at transitioning the country towards sustainable economic development. The overall objective of the programme is to assist the government with the implementation of the updated Medium Term Economic Policy (MTEP) 2017-20121.




Taiwan is facing the immense challenge of making a successful transition to clean energy. Taiwan’s energy transition policy emphasizes an increase in renewable energy, which is also the goal of the EU’s 2020 Energy Strategy. The EU and Taiwan share a mutual interest in developing offshore wind energy in Taiwan. The Bureau of Standards, Metrology & Inspection (BSMI), MOEA, the Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT), MOEA, and European Economic and Trade Office (EETO) under the framework of European Business and Regulatory Cooperation Programme (EBRC) will co-host the “2018 EU-Taiwan Offshore Wind Power Certification Seminar” on 14 March.


Promotion of Freedom of religion or belief (FoRB) is a crucial area where media can bring unique added value in promoting the understanding of the right to FoRB, breaking down stereotypes and misconceptions.

“The EU is the first partner of the Sahel. We want to help the region be safer, stronger and provide opportunities for the future of its people, especially the youth. To achieve this, together, we must make security and development go hand in hand, one can’t happen without the other.” European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.