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The new Head of the European Union Delegation to Sierra Leone, Ambassador Manuel Muller, has reaffirmed the EU’s commitment to supporting the education sector to help develop the country’s human capital potential.
Ambassador Muller joined His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio, Government officials, development partners and other dignitaries on Friday 10th September 2021, to commission the newly constructed school buildings and Library of the National Islamic Junior Secondary School in Gerihun, Baoma chiefdom in Bo district.

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EU Statement on Russia’s decision to not allow for a further extension on the Border Observation Mission to Gukovo and Donetsk

A Delegação da União Europeia em Angola e a EcoAngola, organização da sociedade civil para educação e conservação ambiental, encerram oficialmente a fase piloto do projecto “Angola sem Plástico”, que visou a sensibilização sobre o consumo responsável de plásticos descartáveis, com foco nos sacos de plástico. O evento decorrerá no dia 20 de Setembro de 2021 pelas 10h, na Mediateca de Luanda e contará com a participação da EcoAngola, União Europeia, parceiros e colaboradores do projecto.

The Ambassador of the United States of America, H.E. Sarah-Ann Lynch, the British High Commissioner, H.E. Jane Miller, the Canadian High Commissioner, H.E. Mark Berman, and the Ambassador of the European Union, H.E. Fernando Ponz-Canto join the people of Guyana in celebrating Amerindian Heritage Month. We celebrate Amerindian communities as an important part of Guyana’s heritage and future. We note that a rich and varied culture is represented in the preservation of land, language, and a way of life. As friends of Guyana, we encourage the participation of Amerindian communities in Guyana’s coming transformation to ensure the social, economic, and environmental well-being of all Guyanese are addressed.

Today, the Commission and the High Representative adopted a Joint Communication on the EU Strategy for cooperation in the Indo-Pacific. The Joint Communication contains concrete actions to reinforce the strategic engagement with the region, as tasked by the Council on 19 April 2021.