A whopping €100m will pour into the European Union fund for stability and peace, which covers projects in 70 countries worldwide. The aim is to support the military’s civilian tasks in third countries.
Training, mentoring and advising military forces in countries outside the EU on topics such as human rights or protection of women and children, as well as the provision of non-lethal equipment or infrastructure, such as IT systems or hospitals, will now be eligible for EU support.
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