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EU development ministers discuss approach to Central Asia

by Jos Boonstra / Jacqueline Hale
25 July 2011

EU development ministers discuss approach to Central Asia

Jos Boonstra / Jacqueline Hale

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On 14 July European development ministers met in Sopot, Poland. Among a host of development related matters Central Asia was on the agenda and European Union Special Representative Pierre Morel and Development Commissioner Andris Piebalgs were invited to give political and development assistance oriented background to the European ministers. The Polish Presidency wants to devote special attention to EU development assistance to this often over-looked region, which the EU has traditionally viewed predominantly through a foreign policy lens. Development strategies to Central Asia need to be discussed in the context of the five year old political strategy, set to be reviewed this coming autumn.


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    Jos Boonstra
    Jos Boonstra
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    Jacqueline Hale
    Jacqueline Hale
EU development ministers discuss approach to Central Asia
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