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Friday, 21 October 2016

EU-Africa relations

EU-Africa relations are governed by partially overlapping policy frameworks. The most important ones are the Cotonou Agreement (2000) and the Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES). Both these frameworks include political, economic and development dimensions. The EU is actively working to promote peace and security in Africa and engages with the African Union (AU) in various policy dialogues, including on democracy and human rights. EU development cooperation with Africa is channelled through different financial instruments, of which the European Development Fund (EDF) is the most important. The EU has also recently concluded negotiations for Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) with several African regions.

Source: European Parliament