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The EU Factor In The Coordination Process

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This chapter is divided into two thematic parts: the first part looks at the role of the two European Union (EU) bodies which are physically represented in New York, namely the Council Secretariat's Liaison Office and the Commission Delegation. The EU instrument 'Troika meetings', in which Council Secretariat and Commission Delegation plays a crucial role. The second part examines the influence exerted on the EU proceedings at UN headquarters by the intergovernmental bodies and other EU organs located in Brussels. The Council's Liaison Office to the UN (NYLO)'s main purpose is to provide support to EU activities in the UN context in New York. NYLO's and the Delegation of the European Commission to the UN (DECUN)'s cooperation is an important facet on the way towards a unified and coherent external representation of the EU and for the success of the European External Action Service (EEAS).

Keywords: DECUN; European Commission; European External Action Service (EEAS); NYLO; troika meeting



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