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Newsletter 376

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Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Seychelles Ambassador Vivienne Fock Tave and the Ambassador of the European Union (EU) Angelos Pangratis today signed a deal concluding bilateral negotiations on Seychelles’ accession to the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The bilateral deal provides for the lowering of tariffs for trade in goods and for the opening of services markets upon accession. These commitments will be then embodied in the future Protocol of Accession of Seychelles to the WTO. Accession to the WTO is expected to make a lasting contribution to the process of economic reform and sustainable development in the Seychelles.

Monday, 28 October 2013

The latest refugee tragedies close to Lampedusa and Malta earlier this month should be considered as a turning point for European migration policy based on more solidarity and responsibility according to a resolution adopted by the European Parliament on Wednesday 23 in Strasbourg.

On Wednesday 23 October, in Strasbourg,  Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) rejected calls for EU subsidies to be paid for fishing boats renewal but approved payment of subsidies to help fishermen adjust to change and provide funding for small ports affected by declines in fish landings.

The European Commission (EC) has released the September 2013 edition of ”Comodity price data”, a price dashboard which provides a summary of commodity price data for the most representative agricultural products and consumer food prices, at European Union (EU) and world level for the month of August.

Friday, 25 October 2013

A call for project proposals for the second ACP-EU Energy Facility has been opened on the 9th October 2013. The theme of the call for proposals is energy and fragility. "Fragile states” is the term used for countries facing particularly severe development challenges: weak institutional capacity, poor governance, and political instability causing a reduced resilience to shocks such as economic crisis and natural hazards. Often these countries experience on-going violence as the residue of past severe conflict. Fragile states have acute energy needs that often require different approaches than those applied in other countries.