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Достижение инклюзивного устойчивого роста и создание рабочих мест – одни из основных задач для стран с развивающейся экономикой.

Tribune commune sur le lancement du plan d’investissement extérieur européen

Mme Mogherini, haute représentante/vice-présidente, et M. Mimica, membre de la Commission

Challenging times call for us to rise to meet them with new thinking. With innovation. With vision. We have to foster our internal growth and the wellbeing of our citizens. And we have to cooperate with our neighbouring countries to support their own growth, stability and wellbeing. This challenge we can only meet with a choral work, involving the public and the private sectors, the financial institutions and civil society. As European Union we are now setting an example. At a time of growing needs and shrinking resources, the European Union has had to come up with new ways to make public funding stretch further. We have done so again this week. We presented an overall review of the EU budget that frees up an additional €6.3 billion in financing for priority areas by 2020, makes the use of the budget more flexible and cuts red tape for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and non-governmental organisations. Most importantly, we have extended one guarantee fund for job-creating investments in Europe, and we are launching a new one to foster growth and stability in our neighbourhood and in Africa.

By Andrew Jacobs, Michel Djokovic, Melanie Hopkins and Daniel Montilla Rubiales
H.E. Mr Andrew Jacobs is EU Ambassador for the Pacific. H.E. Mr Michel Djokovic is French Ambassador to Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Tonga and Tuvalu. H.E. Ms Melanie Hopkins is British High Commissioner to Fiji and Head of the UK South Pacific Network. Mr Daniel Montilla Rubiales is Spanish chargé d'affaires a.i. to Fiji.

The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan deployed today 40 short-term observers throughout the country. This group is the third contingent, following a core team of 9 analysts (deployed from 13 August 2016) and 26 long-term observers, who have arrived in Jordan on 20 August 2016

 قامت بعثة الاتحاد الأوروبي لمراقبة الانتخابات إلى المملكة الأردنية الهاشمية اليوم بنشر 40 مراقبا على المدى القصير في سائر أنحاء البلاد. هذه هي المجموعة الثالثة التي يتم نشرها بعد الفريق الأساسي المكون من 9 محللين (الذي تم نشره في 13 آب 2016) ونشر 26 مراقبا على المدى الطويل وصلوا إلى الأردن في 20 آب 2016.

The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan deployed today 40 short-term observers throughout the country. This group is the third contingent, following a core team of 9 analysts (deployed from 13 August 2016) and 26 long-term observers, who have arrived in Jordan on 20 August 2016

26 EU long-term observers have been deployed across Jordan for two weeks now. They have spent this time holding meetings with stakeholders and observing the campaign. But their work has just begun and they will have three more weeks to meet with candidates, lists, electoral authorities, civil society’s representatives and – of course - the Jordanian voters. The aim is to have a clear picture of what is happening in their area of observation and all across Jordan.

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مراقبو الانتخابات من الاتحاد الأوروبي في الميدان

لقد تم نشر 26 مراقبا على المدى الطويل من مراقبي الاتحاد الأوروبي في الأردن منذ أسبوعين. لقد أمضوا هذا الوقت في عقد اجتماعات مع الجهات المعنية ومراقبة الحملات الانتخابية. غير أن عمل هؤلاء المراقبين سيزداد وتيرة، وسيكون لديهم ثلاثة اسابيع اخرى للقاء المرشحين وممثلي القوائم الانتخابية والهيئات الانتخابية وممثلي المجتمع المدني و- بالطبع - الناخبين الأردنيين. إن الهدف من ذلك هو الحصول على صورة واضحة عما يجري في مناطق تواجدهم وفي سائر أنحاء الأردن.

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