The Berlin Conference on Libya brought together the most influential regional and international partners at this critical moment in the Libyan crisis.
55 points were agreed today by the attending countries and organisations. The participants have committed themselves to refrain from any measures and further military support to the parties that would endanger truce. An agreement has also been reached on swift follow up. This is an important step forward.
The European Commission is mobilising a humanitarian aid package of €22.8 million to help address emergency food needs and support vulnerable people in Eswatini, Lesotho, Madagascar, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The funding comes as large parts of southern Africa are currently in the grip of their harshest drought in decades.
Wednesday, 15 January 2020, Dodoma, Tanzania: Today REPOA in partnership with the European Union are pleased to launch the project on Strengthening Capacity of Exporters to Sustainably Enhance Export Competitiveness and Diversification.