Interesting exercise looking into the EU Commission priorities and seeing all related areas! Discover here what the priority "A stronger Europe in the world" is about.
The European Commission champions multilateralism and a rules-based global order through a more active role and stronger voice for the EU in the world.
A strong, fair and open trade agenda makes Europe an attractive place for business. European leadership also means working closely with neighbouring countries and
seeking a coordinated approach to external action - from development aid to the Common Foreign and Security Policy.
The related policy areas are
Development policy with international partnerships
Focussing on five priority areas: Green alliances and partnerships, Global digital partnerships, Sustainable growth and jobs, Partnerships for migration and mobility, Partnerships for human development, peace and governance.
This means neighbourhood and enlargement policies as well as coordinating relations with EEA-EFTA countries.
Currently providing emergency assistance in Ukraine, Yemen, Afghanistan and Ethiopia.
Find out about the Strategic Compass for Security and Defense 2022 here.
In this context it is also interesting to learn about the European External Action Service – the European Union’s diplomatic service.
The EU Commission outlined in March 2020 a Comprehensive Strategy with Africa.
Find out about the membership negotiation status with eight countries.
The EU will continue to support the modernisation of the multilateral system, including the reform efforts of the UN Secretary-General, as well as the reform of the World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization.
The EU will build new alliances with third countries, reinforce cooperation with multilateral and regional organisations, as well as other stakeholders.
Find out about the EU’s trade relationships and negotiations with countries, regions and the WTO here.