EU Homepages

Council of the European Union
The ministers of the Member States meet within the Council of the European Union. Depending on the issue on the agenda, each country will be represented by the minister responsible for that subject (foreign affairs, finance, social affairs, transport, agriculture, etc.). The Council is thus the main decision-making body of the European Union.
Main Site:

EU Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP)
CSDP is a major element of the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU and is the domain of EU policy covering defence and military aspects. CSDP aims to strengthen the EU's external ability to act through the development of civilian and military capabilities in conflict prevention and crisis management.
Main Site:

European Commission
The European Commission is the EU's executive body. It represents and upholds the interests of Europe as a whole. It drafts proposals for new European laws, manages the day-to-day business of implementing EU policies and the spending of EU funds. The Commission also makes sure that everyone abides by the European treaties and laws.
Main Site:

European Commission: External Relations
EU’s external relations to the rest of the world.
Main Site:

European Commission: External Relations. The EU and the Mediterranean, Middle-East & the Gulf
EU is an active player in supporting efforts to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and contributes, also as a member of the so-called Middle East Quartet (US, EU, Russia and UN) to the Middle East Peace process.

European Commission: External Relations. The EU and the Middle East Peace Process
Resolution of the Arab-Israeli conflict is a strategic priority for Europe. The EU has praised the Arab Peace Initiative, as a major step forward for the Middle East Peace Process, since it offers peaceful and normalised relations between all 22 members of the Arab League and Israel. The EU undertakes a range of activities in support of the peace process, both political and practical.

The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP)
EMP, formerly known as the Barcelona Process, is a strategic relationship between the EU and its southern neighbours. The Partnership includes all 27 member states of the European Union, along with 16 partners across the Southern Mediterranean and the Middle East. In 2008 the EMP was re-launched as the Union for the Mediterranean.

The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP)
ENP offers EU neighbours a privileged relationship, building upon a mutual commitment to common values (democracy and human rights, rule of law, good governance, market economy principles and sustainable development). The objective of ENP is to avoid the emergence of new dividing lines between the enlarged EU and its neighbours and instead strengthening the prosperity, stability and security of all.
Main Site:

European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External borders (Frontex)
Frontex is the European Union's agency for external border security. Frontext was established in 2005 and is responsible for protecting EU's borders with non-members states from illegal immigration, human trafficking and infiltration by potential terrorist.

Treaty of Lisbon - Taking Europe into the 21st Century
The Treaty of Lisbon entered into force on 1st of December 2009. The treaty provides the EU with modern institutions and optimised working methods to tackle both efficiently and effectively today's challenges in today's world.
Main Site:

To give you the best possible experience, this site uses cookies  Read more about cookies

Accept cookies