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EU signs €15 million grant to support education in Jordan

Amman: The European Union approved a grant agreement of EUR15 million to support 2245 vulnerable Jordanians and Syrian refugees with fully funded scholarships to higher education. Under the agreement, signed on Thursday by EU Ambassador to Jordan Maria Hadjitheodosiou and President of the German Jordanian University Manar Fayyad, the EU-funded project will give young students the opportunity

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NATIONAL FINANCIAL GATHERING FINAL STATEMENT: PARTICIPANTS WELCOMED PLAN AS GENERAL FRAMEWORK CONSISTING OF SEVERAL AXES THAT FOCUS ON RESTRUCTURING PUBLIC DEBT, RESTRUCTURING BANKING SECTOR, REFORMING PUBLIC FINANCES

Lebanese Presidency Director General, Dr. Antoine Choucair, on Wednesday read out the final statement of the national-financial gathering that took place today at Baabda Palace: " “His Excellency, President Michel Aoun, chaired a national-financial meeting at 11:00am, today May 6, 2020, attended by Parliament Speaker, Nabih Berri, Prime Minister, Hassan Diab, head of Mountain Guarantee Bloc,

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Nebenzia: Economic sanctions imposed on Syria hinder efforts to confront COVID-19

Moscow- Russia’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzia stressed that the economic sanctions imposed on Syria prevent providing it with medical equipment needed for confronting the Coronavirus. Russia Today website quoted Nebenzia as saying during a UN Security Council session via video that the sanctions imposed by the US, the EU , Canada and Turkey on Syria

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