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Le 25 mars 2017, l'Union européenne célèbre le 60ème anniversaire de la signature des Traités de Rome entre six pays - l'Allemagne, la Belgique, la France, l'Italie, Luxembourg et les Pays-Bas. C'était l'étape clé vers une Europe unie. Ces traités ont établi la Communauté économique européenne et la Communauté de l'énergie atomique qui s'ajoutent à la première communauté européenne, celle du charbon et de l'acier établi en 1952 par le Traité de Paris. Grâce à ces Traités, l'Union européenne devient le projet de paix le plus réussi de notre histoire. Elle a reçu le Prix Nobel de la Paix en 2012.

Four South African cities – Ekurhuleni, Nelson Mandela Bay, Cape Town and eThekwini - are being paired with four European cities – Bilbao (Spain), Belfast (UK), Graz (Austria) and Málaga (Spain) – under the new World Cities project. This European Union (EU) initiative – supported by the European Parliament – promotes long-term working relations between cities of the EU and cities in other countries, such as the Republic of South Africa, with whom we share a strategic partnership.

Hundreds of thousands of households around Kenya can look forward to being connected for the first time to the country's national electricity grid, thanks to a deal signed today between the Government and European development organisations.

EU heads of state or government met in Rome, Italy, on 25 March, for the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaties. This was an occasion to reflect on the state of the European Union and look at the future of the integration process.

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Главы государств и правительств стран ЕС встретились в Риме, Италия, 25 марта, чтобы отпраздновать 60-летие Римских договоров. Это предоставило возможность обсудить текущую ситуацию в Европейском Союзе и будущее интеграционного процесса.

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On 25th March the European Union will mark 60 years since the signature of the Rome Treaties, the first step towards a united Europe. Since the birth of the European Communities in 1957, the citizens of our Member States have enjoyed six decades of unprecedented peace, prosperity and security. The contrast to the first half of the 20th Century could not be greater. Two catastrophic wars in Europe between 1914 and 1945 left millions dead, and a continent devastated, divided and prostrate. For countries that had long been at war, European integration has been the most successful peace project in our history.

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