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Mexico and the European Union announced the start of negotiations for the Modernization of the Bilateral Legal Framework

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The revision of the Global Accord between the EU and Mexico was at the centre point of a visit by EU High Representative Federica Mogherini to Mexico City on 24-25 May.

Na međuministarskom dijalogu sa EU koji je danas održan u Briselu, Zapadni Balkan i Turska su se posvetili većem sprovođenju ekonomskih i socijalnih reformi kako bi se ojačala makroekonomska stabilnost i povećali konkurentnost i rast

The EU Delegation participated in the Steering Committee meeting of the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC)

The European Union and Indonesia convened the first Indonesia-EU Security Policy Dialogue on 25 May 2016, in Bandung, West Java. The dialogue addressed common challenges such as counter terrorism, counter narcotics, maritime security, organised crime, peacekeeping and disaster management.  The dialogue also served to coordinate efforts to prevent violent extremism and to address its root causes.

Après l'exécution récente de Patrick Gabaankanye, à Gaborone, au Botswana, l'Union européenne tient à rappeller son opposition au recours à la peine capitale, que rien ne peut jamais justifier.
 
Convaincue que la peine de mort est un châtiment cruel et inhumain, elle n'a cessé d’appeler à son abolition universelle. Dans le monde entier, l'expérience montre que la peine capitale n'a pas d'effet dissuasif sur la criminalité.
 

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Following the recent execution of Patrick Gabaankanye, in Gaborone, Botswana, the European Union recalls its opposition to the use of capital punishment which can never be justified.
 
The European Union believes that the death penalty is a cruel and inhumane punishment and has consistently called for its universal abolition. Experience worldwide has demonstrated that the death penalty fails to act as a deterrent to crime.
 

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Dear Ministers and Attorney General,

It is a pleasure to be here today to open the second High Level Dialogue on Security and Justice. Five years have passed since the first round – and these have not been easy years for the security of many Mexicans and Europeans.

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