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Ташкент, 26 октября 2020 г. – В ходе первого семинара в судебном секторе, проведенного в рамках Инструмента технической помощи и обмена информацией Европейской комиссии (TAIEX DEVCO), эксперты ЕС из Хорватии, Франции, Польши и Испании поделятся своими знаниями по упрощению госуправления в интересах граждан Узбекистана. Онлайн-семинар был организован совместно с Министерством юстиции Узбекистана.


Tashkent, October 26, 2020 – During the first workshop in judiciary sector provided within the Technical Assistance and Information Exchange Instrument of the European Commission (TAIEX DEVCO), the EU experts from Croatia, France, Poland and Spain will share their knowledge on simplifying the public administration to the best interests of Uzbekistan citizens. The online workshop was co-organized with the Ministry of Justice of Uzbekistan.

Today the European External Action Service has launched an online database on its website that will allow everyone to consult and analyse the data on Member States’ arms exports in a user-friendly manner.

The database contains information on the value, destination and type of arms export licenses and actual exports from Member States, covering the years 2013-2019. The database will be updated on an annual basis.

You are invited to attend a media exchange where the release and presentation of a study on the experiences and response of EU investors to B-BBEE in South Africa.  Alternative models for supporting and rewarding skills development will also be discussed.

Responsibility and transparency by both exporting and importing countries, as well as adherence to the highest regional and international standards


The European Union and its Member States warmly welcome the signature of a Ceasefire Agreement by the Libyan representatives of the 5+5 Joint Military Commission (JMC) in Geneva on 23 October 2020 and commend UN Acting Special Representative Stephanie Williams for her successful efforts and determination.


"Check against delivery"

President Steinmeier,

Secretary-General Gutteres,
Dr Tedros,

Distinguished guests,

I am honoured to be a patron of this year's World Health Summit.

And I am delighted to be able to speak to you today
- even if I wish it could be in person.

Last year's edition with more than 2,500 participants and 300 speakers from 100 nations feels difficult to imagine only twelve months on.

This event has long reflected the global and interconnected nature of health in the 21st century.