EU announces over VT400M for trade and agriculture

EU’s Director for Pacific in the Directorate-General for International Partnerships (right) announced further fiancial support in the presence of PM Kalsakau. Photo: Kizzy Kalsakau

The European Union (EU) will soon be providing over VT400 million to support agriculture and trade, through the Vanuatu Value Chain (VaVac) Programme.

This fourth payment to the EU-funded programme was announced by the Director for the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific in the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Internal Partnerships, Peter Ustubs, on his visit to Vanuatu.

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