Wednesday, January 5, 2011

EU Delegation to Malawi Launches New Web Site
The European Union Delegation to Malawi has launched a new Web site. Visitors will find up-to-date information on a number of issues pertaining to EU-Malawi relations, such as trade and development cooperation, the legal framework, main activity areas, and achievements. Examples are included of a number of EU-funded projects in Malawi, including case studies and photos. The Web site similarly offers information on funding opportunities and visas to enter EU Member States. An 'All news' section has been developed especially for journalists.
The launch is timely, because 2010 celebrates 35 years of trade and development cooperation between the EU and Malawi, dating back to the signing of the first Lomé Convention between the EU and the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States in 1975. The EU Delegation to Malawi opened its offices in Lilongwe the year thereafter, on 1 April 1976.
Visitors should hopefully find the new Web site useful and informative. It is a living document, however, so please do not hesitate to contact the EU Delegation with any suggestions you may have on its further improvement.

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