strasbourg - European money from a fund for peace and stability in developing countries must now,, under exceptional circumstances' can also be given to (non-lethal) weapons and the training and equipping of military forces. The European Commission proposed this Tuesday.
The main goal is EU assistance more effective and more flexible to use so that future crises can be prevented.,, We have our partners enable to ensure their own security and stability, '' said EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini on Tuesday in Strasbourg.
The fund contains almost 2.4 billion euros for the period 2014-2020 and is normally used for peaceful projects, conflict prevention and humanitarian aid in countries in Africa and the Middle East. Incidentally, while also financing already paid to the fight against terrorism and other crimes by law enforcement. Because of the extraordinary circumstances,, 'is now also direct support to the army made it possible in some countries.
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