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International Partnerships
The EU addresses global challenges through international partnerships that uphold and promote European values and interests, and contribute to peace and prosperity in the world.
The EU defines specific policy areas and objectives with each partner country and each region.
The EU defines its medium and long-term international cooperation priorities through the programming process.
The EU provides funding in the form of grants to support projects and organisations in achieving their development objectives.
The EU is the largest development cooperation donor in the world. We provide funding in many different fields and through different methods depending on the needs and objectives of our partner countries.

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EU Business Fora

EU Business Fora are events promoting active dialogues between public and private stakeholders, both local and European. They are organised in partnership with partner countries, the private sector and the European Commission.

Ukraine flag and EU emblem side by side

The EU stands united in its solidarity with Ukraine and will continue to support Ukraine and its people together with its international partners, including through additional political, financial and humanitarian support.

Youth Action Plan visual

Our work for and with youth is guided by the Youth Action Plan (YAP) for 2022-2027, the first ever policy framework for a strategic partnership with young people around the world.