The FPI undertakes a number of important management and financing activities that support real foreign policy-related initiatives on the ground. Here are some examples of the kinds of actions the FPI helps make possible, in coordination with the European External Action Service (EEAS) and other partner services.
Shortly after conflict broke out in South Sudan capital, in mid-December 2013, fighting erupted in Jonglei State and its capital, the town of Bor.
As highly developed economies, Japan and Korea are important partners for the EU and offer major business opportunities.
At the invitation of the Government of Senegal, the European Union established a mission to observe the country’s elections in 2012.
The Instrument for Stability collaborates with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) to support Palestine refugees retaining their livelihoods in the midst of the Syrian crisis.
The FPI oversees the implementation and financial management of the European Union Police in Afghanistan (EUPOL Afghanistan).
The ambitious agenda of cooperation between the EU and the US is taken forward via constant, intensive dialogue.
Creating trust and confidence between communities affected by conflicts is a key EU objective in the South Caucasus.