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Singapore's relations with the European Union go back decades, and the EU views the city-state as central to its engagement in South-East Asia. This partnership, built on shared values and a commitment to a peaceful and prosperous world, is one that both sides have sought to strengthen in recent years.

The EU’s external policies, strategies, instruments and missions to support stability, promote human rights and democracy, seek to spread prosperity and support the enforcement of the rule of law and good governance.

EU relations and cooperation with Suriname are carried out both on bilateral and regional basis, the latter within the framework of the on-going EU-CELAC and EU-CARIFORUM dialogues.

The EU is a major actor in crisis prevention and response, both inside the Union and globally. It is strongly committed to both health security and global health.

The Turks and Caicos islands are “British Overseas Territories” whose development cooperation with the EU is based on Article 182 of the Treaty of Rome.

Tuvalu comprises 3 reef islands and 6 atolls, with a population of 10,837.

The Kingdom of Tonga is an archipelago of 176 islands – 52 of which are inhabited by 104,000 people.

In 2006, Tonga embarked on a programme of legislative reforms towards becoming a fully functioning constitutional monarchy.

The EU and Vanuatu can look back over 36 years of cooperation in the context of the EU-ACP partnership. This partnership is based on the legacy of a shared history, common values, economic and trade relations.

Relations between Seychelles have intensified in recent years. Much has been achieved in areas such as trade, development cooperation, governance & justice and the environment.