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Europe and Asia have never been so close. Our economies are interconnected; our cultures are interconnected; and our security is connected: we face the same challenges, we confront similar threats, and we share an interest in preserving peace in our regions and international cooperation on a global scale.

To discuss Europe’s historical trade ties and cultural exchange with the Emirates’, the EU’s Ambassador to the UAE, Patrizio Fondi, gave Euronews an exclusive interview.

La Délégation de l’Union européenne au Togo mission diplomatique, informe les personnes physiques et morales qu'elle met en vente au plus offrant, un véhicule 4x4 de marque Mitsubishi et de modèle Pajero NV96

Despite major improvements, Somalia still has one of the world’s lowest school enrolment rates and poverty remains the main reason for parents not to send their children to school.

On 28 May 2018, the Council adopted the EU's annual report on human rights and democracy in the world in 2017.

WHO - 143rd Session of the Executive Board
Geneva, 28 May -29 May 2018
Item 4.1 - WHO reform: governance
EU Statement

On 28 May 2018, the EU Foreign Affairs Council adopted the EU's annual report on human rights and democracy in the world in 2017.

Resolving the legacy of uranium mining in Central Asia is becoming urgent. Further action is needed to prevent the release of radioactive and toxic waste not only locally but also to protect transboundary rivers from pollution. By doing so the Fergana Valley will be protected. This valley in Central Asia is of high significance for the economic development of the region.


Решение проблемы уранового наследия в Центральной Азии становится все более актуальным вопросом. Необходимо принять дополнительные меры для предотвращения выброса радиоактивных и токсичных отходов не только на местном уровне, но и для защиты трансграничных рек от загрязнения. Тем самым, будет защищена Ферганская долина. Эта долина в Центральной Азии имеет большое значение для развития экономики региона.


On 28 May 2018, the Council extended EU restrictive measures against the Syrian regime until 1 June 2019. Given the ongoing repression of the civilian population, the EU decided to maintain its restrictive measures against the Syrian regime and its supporters, in line with the EU strategy on Syria.