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Madam. President,

The EU would like to thank the Special Rapporteur for her report focusing on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the right to education. Her efforts to address such a pressing matter are much appreciated.

Everyone  has the right to education. We share the concerns of the Special Rapporteur about the trend of increasing  discrimination in the enjoyment of this right, due to COVID-19.

25-26 июня прошла 13-я встреча Экспертной сети по внешней политике ЕС-Россия (EUREN). Это была первая встреча, которая состоялась онлайн из-за пандемии коронавируса и прекращения авиасообщения между Россией и Европейским Союзом.


The EU Russia Expert Network (EUREN) met for the 13th time on 25 and 26 June. This was the first meeting that took place online because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the interruption of air travel between Russia and the European Union.



The Delegation of the European Union wishes to conclude contracts with companies who specialise in the provision and service of Generator.


Tackling COVID-19 and its consequences requires a mobilisation that goes well beyond medical capacities. National armed forces in the EU have played an important role in helping fellow EU Member States tackle the pandemic. As High Representative Borrell said: “This is European solidarity in action”.

Пограничные войска Службы государственной безопасности Республики Узбекистан теперь лучше оснащены для реагирования на пандемию, вызванной коронавирусной инфекцией COVID-19. Этому способствовала программа "Управление границами в Центральной Азии (БОМКА)" при финансовой поддержке ЕС, которая предоставила средства индивидуальной защиты, включающие 830 защитных костюмов, 1 000 антисептических спреев и 15 000 медицинских масок. Комплекты защитного назначения обеспечат снижение степени риска для здоровья, которому подвергаются пограничники, выполняющие контрольные функции на государственной границе.


The Border Troops of the State Security Service of the Republic of Uzbekistan are now better equipped to respond to the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is thanks to the provision of personal protective equipment in the framework of EU-funded Border Management in Central Asia Programme (BOMCA) , which includes 830 protective suits, 1 000 antiseptic sprays, and 15 000 facemasks. The protective items will be used to reduce the exposure to health risks faced by the frontline border guards responsible for providing control functions at the state border.