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EU Presidency declaration on Zimbabwe

Summary: October 3, 2002: Declaration by the Presidency on behalf of the European Union, the Central and Eastern European countries associated with the European Union, the associated countries Cyprus and Malta, and the EFTA country Liechtenstein, member of the European Economic Area, concerning restrictive measures against Zimbabwe (Brussels)

The Central and Eastern European countries associated with the European Union, the associated countries Cyprus and Malta, and the EFTA country Liechtenstein, member of the European Economic Area, declare that they share the objectives of the Council decision of 13 September 2002 implementing Council Common Position 2002/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against Zimbabwe. They will ensure that their national policies conform to that Council decision.

The European Union takes note of this commitment and welcomes it.

  • Ref: CL02-035EN
  • EU source: Council
  • UN forum: 
  • Date: 3/10/2002


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