European External Action Services (EEAS)

The European External Action Service is the EU’s diplomatic service, and carries out the EU’s foreign and security policy.



The EU agri-food business mission to Vietnam, 10-14 July 2022

(Source: EEAS)

The European Union Commissioner for Agriculture Janusz Wojciechowski will be visiting Vietnam from 10 to 14 July 2022, accompanied by a business delegation of 50 senior representatives from the European agri-food sector, representing mainly meat, dairy, wines, spirits, fruit and vegetable products. The purpose of this visit is to facilitate European agricultural food […]

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Remarks by H.E. Paola Amadei at the Members of Senate Workshop on the Omnibus Constitutional Bill (11th Amendment to the Constitution Bill)

(Source: EEAS)

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I present my respects to His Majesty, King Letsie III, and Her Majesty Queen ‘Masenate

The Right Honourable, The Prime Minister, Dr Moeketsi Majoro,

The President of the Senate, the Honourable ‘Mamonaheng Mokitimi,

The Vice-President of the Senate, the Honourable Tšepo Monethi,

The Honourable Minister for Justice and Law Adv. Lekhetho Rakuoane,

The UN […]

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Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the EU to mark the 20th anniversary of its entry into force

(Source: EEAS)

20 years ago, the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) entered into force.

The adoption of the Rome Statute has been a major step forward in the evolution of the international legal order and a breakthrough in the global fight against impunity. The ICC is the first permanent criminal judicial […]

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HRC 50 – EU Intervention: Panel Discussion on Technical Cooperation

(Source: EEAS)

Technical cooperation on the full and effective participation of women in decision-making and in public life and on the elimination of violence, with a view to achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls

Mister Vice-President,

Under international human rights law States have the obligation to respect, protect and fulfil the […]

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