Tunisia: Nation, Morocco Receive EU Funding
11 December 2012
The EU on Monday (December 10th) approved funding for development programmes in Tunisia and Morocco, Ansa reported.
The package includes a 15 million-euro financial assistance programme to Tunisia to support the implementation of the privileged partnership action plan and to help the country in its democratic transition process.
Morocco will receive a programme worth 2.8 million euros for the promotion of human rights. The funds will support the work of the National Council for Human Rights and the Inter-ministerial Delegation for Human Rights.
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