The need for comprehensive and coordinated responses by the EU to address sustainable development, peace and security, especially in complex fragile situations, is widely accepted.
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Important progress, but real EU comprehensiveness is still ahead of us
By Volker Hauck and Andrew Sherriff
On March 18, 2014 in Paris
Under the aegis of Mr Pierre MOSCOVICI, Minister for the Economy and Finance and Ms Marylise LEBRANCHU, Minister for State Reform, Decentralisation and the Civil Service,
This session will focus on the importance of private sector engagement in
development cooperation in the post-2015 development framework.
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