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The European Agency for Reconstruction is responsible for the management of the main EU assistance programmes in the Republic of Serbia (including UN-administered Kosovo), the Republic of Montenegro and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. It was established in February 2000 and has its headquarters in Thessaloniki, and operational centres in Pristina, Belgrade, Podgorica and Skopje. The objectives of new EU-funded programmes managed by the Agency are: (i) to support good governance, institution building and the rule of law; (ii) to continue supporting the development of a market economy and to invest further in critical physical infrastructure and environmental actions, (iii) to support social development and the strengthening of civil society. The Agency plays its part in support of the European Union’s wider process of ‘Stabilisation and Association’ with the six countries of South Eastern Europe, also including Albania, Bosnia &amp; Herzegovina and Croatia. Other EU assistance includes EC budgetary, humanitarian, democratisation, customs and fiscal planning aid, support for educational exchange programmes, and the bilateral contributions made by EU Member States.
L'UEMOA, Réussir Ensemble l'Intégration
SADC - Southern African Development Community - Towards a common future
COMESA\'s current strategy can thus be summed up in the phrase \'economic prosperity through regional integration\'. With its 19 member states, population of over 389 million and annual import bill of around US$32 billion with an export bill of US$82 billion COMESA forms a major market place for both internal and external trading. Its area is impressive on the map of the African Continent covering a geographical area of 12 Million (sq km). Its achievements to date have been significant.