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Relations between Burundi and the European Union (EU) are based on three complementary principles: the political dimension, economic and trade cooperation and development cooperation.

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Le Burundi est un des pays les plus pauvres du monde. Son développement économique et social a été affecté par les conséquences des troubles civils qui ont ravagé le pays entre 1993 et 2005 et qui font de lui un état fragile de la région des Grands Lacs.

The EU offers jobs to citizens in different ways, it also offers public contracts and provides funding in the form of grants to support projects and organisations.

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Les relations entre le Burundi et l’Union européenne (UE) reposent sur trois piliers complémentaires: la dimension politique, la coopération économique et commerciale et la coopération au développement.

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Since the creation of the so-called Schengen Zone travel between EU countries has become much easier.
Quality, diversity, and opportunity are among the many benefits of European higher education institutions.

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Find out more about what the European Union is, its history and its countries. Facts and figures about living in the EU.

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Speech by Ambassador Christian R. Manahl - Head of the EU Delegation to Eritrea

The Delegation of the European Union to the State of Eritrea celebrated this year’s Europe Day on May 6 at Casa degli Italiani with a cultural evening featuring a local pianist, displaying a video on EU projects in Eritrea and also distributed materials on Eritrea – EU cooperation to the invited audience.

The European Union (EU) and Brazil have a long-standing relationship covering areas such as political cooperation, the economy, trade, investment, climate change and the Mercosur integration process.

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