EEAS

AcronymDefinition
EEASEuropean External Action Service (EU)
EEASEnergy Efficiency Accreditation Scheme (UK)
EEASEnvironmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
EEASEast of England Ambulance Service (UK)
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The outline of the future European External Action Service (EEAS) is beginning to take shape.
He also criticised the German government's demand for establishing the EEAS outside the Commission while withdrawing the Commission's responsibilities for external trade, development and emergency aid.
The EEAS has a network of 139 EU delegations worldwide employing nearly 6 000 people and in 2016 offered approximately 800 unpaid traineeships.
He is currently serving as Head of Division for Strategy and Instruments of the European Neighbourhood Policy within the EEAS.
With this transfer the EEAS, launched on 1 December, will fully come into
Director for Asia in the EEAS. "I am delighted to announce the appointment of another two Managing
Implementing agency : European External Action Service (EEAS), Delegation of the European Union to Angola
Counsellor in the EEAS. He will undertake specific tasks that require high-level engagement at an
On the day the European Union's new diplomatic body, the European External Action Service (EEAS), is launched, the human rights organisation Amnesty International Wednesday expressed deep concern that the EU's human rights capacity will be drastically diminished under the new system."The EEAS is vital to making the EU's promotion of universal human rights more effective," said Nicolas Beger, Director of Amnesty International's in Brussels."But it looks like the Service won't have the structure or capacity even to maintain the EU's current impact in this vital arena.
called the European External Action Service (EEAS) was approved by the
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