On 20 September, Cinema Galeries will screen the movie ‘’The Crimean Caravan’’, which was produced by the EU-funded project “Resilience and Engagement with Varied Information for a Vibrant Environment (REVIVE)”.
The European Union (EU) has delivered medical, engineering and mobility equipment to the Georgian Defence Forces.
A milestone activity took place on 21 July in Vienna, Austria, as a group of 35 participants from 15 French-speaking jurisdictions completed a rigorous and insightful Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Standards Training Course.
International criminal justice is paramount to address the world’s most serious crimes and human rights abuses such as genocide, war crimes, torture, enforced disappearances and crimes against humanity.
EU-Somalia: first hand-over of non-lethal military equipment funded by the European Peace Facility takes place in Mogadishu
This week, a first batch of non-lethal military equipment under the European Peace Facility was delivered to the Somali National Army.
Sexual violence is unfortunately often present in military conflicts and has an immense impact on civilians affected by conflicts around the world.
EU-funded SEACOP project’s pilot operation “Caribe” concludes with resounding success in the fight against drugs trafficking and illicit trade flows
From 15 to 26 May, SEACOP V executed Operation Caribe 2023 in the Caribbean region. During this operation, regional coordinators facilitated enhanced information sharing and coordinated rummage activities of 13 Joint Maritime Control Units (JMCUs) on targeted vessels.
In the margins of the Brussels VII Conference on "Supporting the future of Syria and the region" organised by the EU on 14-15 June 2023, the Service for Foreign Policy Instruments of the European Commission supports a Syria film festival.
The European Union (EU) delivered medical and engineering equipment to the Armed Forces of the Republic of Moldova. This included notably drones, Explosive Ordnance Disposal suits, individual protection kits and surgery sets.
Peter M. Wagner, Head of the European Commission’s Service for Foreign Policy Instruments (FPI) participated in the presentation of the report “Media consumption in Central Asia: patterns, trends, challenges, and perceptions of the war in Ukraine’’.