A fact-finding team from the European Commission and the European External Action Service begins week-long talks in Cambodia on Monday regarding the bloc’s “Everything But Arms” (EBA) agreement.
This is the second visit by high-ranking EU officials since February when it launched the formal process that could lead to the withdrawal of the EBA.
EU ambassador George Edgar confirmed on Sunday that the visit comes as part of the process of engagement between the EU and Cambodia regarding the EBA. It is similar to a mission that took place in July last year.
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