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Port-au-Prince, 29 octobre, 2020 - Le Gouvernement de la République d’Haïti, le Système des Nations Unies et l’Union européenne lancent, ce jeudi 29 octobre 2020, l’Initiative Spotlight en Haïti.

L’Initiative Spotlight est un partenariat mondial pluriannuel entre l'Union européenne et les Nations Unies, doté d’un financement de 591 M USD, qui a pour objectif d’éliminer toutes les formes de violence à l'égard des femmes et des filles d'ici 2030.

The EU-GCC Dialogue on Economic Diversification Project is financed by the European Union through its Service for Foreign Policy Instruments (FPI). The project is addressing a number of key issues to support and enhance trade and investment links between the EU and GCC member countries.

29 октября 2020 года лидеры стран ЕС провели, в формате видеоконференции, заседание, на котором обсудили необходимость активизации совместных усилий по борьбе с пандемией коронавирусной инфекции (COVID-19). Основное внимание было уделено стратегиям по тестированию и отслеживанию контактов, а также разработке вакцин.


EU leaders met via video conference on 29 October 2020 and discussed the need to strengthen the collective effort to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. They focused on testing and tracing policies, and on vaccines.


This set of Q&A is designed to provide guidance on the interpretation of the contractual provisions during the current COVID-19 pandemic. It is a working tool and it is not legally binding, nor can it be relied upon to challenge a contracting authority’s decision, judicially or otherwise.

The Commission is providing €8.1 million in humanitarian aid for the Philippines, Nepal, and countries in the South-East Asian region to support those affected by the coronavirus pandemic, natural disasters, and the consequences of man-made conflicts. Funding from this aid package will go for humanitarian and disaster preparedness projects in the Philippines (€2.51 million), Nepal (€2 million), and regional South-East Asia (€3.5 million).