COOPERATION, FISHERIES AGREEMENTS, VISAS, THE EU IN PHASE WITH SENEGAL

COOPERATION, FISHERIES AGREEMENTS, VISAS, THE EU IN PHASE WITH SENEGAL
COOPERATION, FISHERIES AGREEMENTS, VISAS, THE EU IN PHASE WITH SENEGAL

The European Union (EU) has demonstrated its desire to continue a partnership with Senegal that has lasted 50 years. According to Jean-Marc Pisani, the EU ambassador, their cooperation also fits with the new sovereignist economic policy promised by the new regime. Team Europe wants to continue to solidify this relationship, especially since Brussels is the leading economic, commercial partner and first investor in Senegal.

With the new authorities, a new sovereignist policy is announced, which takes into account the interests of Senegal. The EU Ambassador to Senegal, Jean-Marc Pisani, ensures that this approach advocated by the new authorities fits with the cooperation that the EU maintains with Senegal. “The election of President Bassirou Diomaye Diakhar Faye, on March 24, in the first round, highlighted the population’s desire for change and the significant expectations in terms of sovereignty, good governance, inclusive economic development and endogenous, and win-win partnership. These are messages that we hear,” notes the European diplomat.

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He continues: “These are messages which are perfectly in line with the spirit of the partnership between the European Union and Senegal, as stated by the President of the European Council, Mr. Charles Michel, during his visit to Senegal. , on April 22, barely 20 days after President Faye took office.” “This visit by President Michel underlines the importance of the partnership between the European Union and Senegal, and our desire to continue to build it together in a spirit of openness, mutual respect, for the benefit of our populations and our continents,” adds the European Union Ambassador to Senegal.

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This Wednesday, Team Europe held a conference to take stock of relations between the EU and Senegal. Present in Senegal for 50 years, the EU is Senegal’s leading partner in all sectors. “In Senegal, this commemoration today is an opportunity to celebrate our partnership which has lasted for more than 50 years. It is a partnership that is based on shared values, our attachment to peace and security, democracy, human rights and balanced, peaceful and law-based international relations. Team Europe is in line with the priorities of the new government.

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It supports key productive investments to strengthen food sovereignty and health sovereignty, for example. This support goes hand in hand with support for improving economic governance, strengthening the private sector to create decent and sustainable jobs, particularly for young people, through vocational training,” he admits. The European Union “remains Senegal’s leading economic and commercial partner, it is also its leading foreign investor. European companies, mostly SMEs, contribute to formal employment to the tune of 70,000 people,” insists the European ambassador.

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