The EU is active in a wide range of topics, from human rights to transport and trade. A list of topics which summarise what the EU does in a specific area, useful links to relevant bodies, laws and documents.
Since the creation of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea in 1975, the European Union has been building a solid relationship with the Government, and is today a trusted and valuable partner, accompanying the people of Papua New Guinea in the political, social and economic development of their country. This year 2017, European Union and Papua New Guinea celebrate 40 years of this partnership.
The following is an overview of the relations between the European Union (EU) and Papua New Guinea (PNG) in a number of areas, including political, economic, trade relations, rural entrepreneurship, investment and trade, water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and education.
Since the creation of the so-called Schengen Zone travel between EU countries has become much easier. Quality, diversity, and opportunity are among the many benefits of European higher education institutions.
The EU’s external policies, strategies, instruments and missions to support stability, promote human rights and democracy, seek to spread prosperity and support the enforcement of the rule of law and good governance.