The next meeting of the high level dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina with Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić and Prime Minister Isa Mustafa, facilitated by Federica Mogherini, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, will take place in Brussels on Tuesday, 25 August.
At the meeting the two sides will aim to finalise the implementation arrangements of the agreements on energy, telecoms, establishment of the Association/Community of Serbian Municipalities as well as the Freedom of Movement/Mitrovica Bridge.
La prochaine réunion du dialogue à haut niveau entre Belgrade et Pristina en présence des Premiers ministres Aleksandar Vučić et Isa Mustafa et facilitée par Federica Mogherini, haute représentante de l’Union pour les affaires étrangères et la politique de sécurité/vice-présidente de la Commission européenne, se tiendra à Bruxelles le mardi 25 août.
At the invitation of the Government of the Republic of Haiti, the European Union established a mission to observe the country’s local, parliamentary and presidential elections in 2015. These elections were held in several rounds, the first of which was conducted on 9 August 2015.
The current conflict in Yemen is having a dramatic impact on the civilian population whose needs have reached alarming proportions. Access for the delivery of humanitarian aid and essential supplies, including fuel, food and basic commodities to ordinary Yemenis remains extremely difficult.
Today, almost one year after the abduction of Estonian police officer Eston Kohver by the Russian Security Services on Estonian territory, the Pskov Oblast's regional court rendered a verdict against him. The conviction carries a sentence of 15 years imprisonment.
Aujourd’hui, le policier estonien Eston Kohver, enlevé il y a près d’un an par les services de sécurité russes sur le territoire estonien, a été reconnu coupable par le tribunal régional de l’oblast de Pskov. Le jugement le condamne à 15 ans d’emprisonnement.
Parliamentary elections on 17 August in Sri Lanka were genuine, well administered and peaceful overall. The people of Sri Lanka came out to vote in high numbers, confirming their support for continued democratic reform.
The new Government that will be formed as a result of this election will need to have among its priorities continued improvement in good governance, human rights and the rule of law as well as the crucial tasks of accountability and genuine national reconciliation. All political actors should play a constructive role in this process.