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Thursday, 5 March 2009
How to recruit and how much to pay for Civilian ESDP missions?
Foreign Relations Councellors
of the EU Council there are two agenda points related to
external missions of the EU
Daily allowances for Civilian ESDP Missions
Recruitment in civilian ESDP missions
Taking into account that
ESDP Missions lack oversight
, it would be interesting to know what is discussed there...
Council of the European Union
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