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WHO - 69th World Health Assembly (23-28 May 2016) - Agenda item 14.9: Reform of WHO’s work in health emergency management

69th World Health Assembly (23-28 May 2016) - Agenda Item 14.1: IHR

69th World Health Assembly (23-28 May 2016) - Agenda Item: 14.4 AMR

Dear Ministers and Attorney General,

It is a pleasure to be here today to open the second High Level Dialogue on Security and Justice. Five years have passed since the first round – and these have not been easy years for the security of many Mexicans and Europeans.

24.05.2016
Muchas gracias, Alicia [Ruiz Massieu], por haber invitado a la Unión Europea y a mí personalmente a este acto. Acabo de llegar a México y es un placer comenzar mi visita con tantos amigos aquí y tener la oportunidad de dirigirme no solo a una audiencia mexicana, sino a toda América Latina y el Caribe. We first met in Santiago less than two years ago. I visited the headquarters of Celac and addressed a speech on EU- Latin America, during the Italian presidency of the EU.

The European Union and Indonesia convened the first Indonesia-EU Security Policy Dialogue on 25 May 2016, in Bandung, West Java. The dialogue addressed common challenges such as counter terrorism, counter narcotics, maritime security, organised crime, peacekeeping and disaster management.  The dialogue also served to coordinate efforts to prevent violent extremism and to address its root causes.

The decision of the Supreme Court of Azerbaijan to conditionally release Khadija Ismayilova, a prominent investigative journalist, marks a further step in progress towards Azerbaijan's compliance with its international commitments and contributes to the enhancement of relations between the European Union and Azerbaijan.

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The EU Delegation participated in the Steering Committee meeting of the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC)

La décision de la Cour suprême de l’Azerbaïdjan de remettre en liberté conditionnelle Khadija Ismayilova, une journaliste d’investigation réputée, marque une nouvelle étape dans la progression de l’Azerbaïdjan vers le respect de ses engagements internationaux et contribue à améliorer les relations entre ce pays et l’Union européenne.

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