The European Union (EU) will provide Rwanda with €10.3 million to support life-saving resettlement of African refugees in Libya.
The European Union (EU) has denied accusations that it is funding a road-building project in Eritrea that relies on “forced labour”.
Numerous foreign non-governmental agencies (NGOs) have closed their doors in Burundi after new ethnicity laws came into effect on December 31.
European Union (EU) Ambassador Kristian Schmidt has denied claims from Burundi that the EU is attempting to destabilise the country’s political environment.
The European Union is considering plans to work with African nations Sudan and Eritrea on stemming the flow of migrants entering southern Europe.
The EU plans to cut funding for Burundi’s peacekeeping contingent currently operating in Somalia.