Brussels, 17 September 2020. The EU-LAC Foundation and Fundación Carolina, with the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell as a witness of honor, agree to collaborate to contribute to the visibility and strengthening of the bi-regional relationship between the European Union, Latin America and the Caribbean.
The European Union-Latin America and the Caribbean Foundation (EU-LAC Foundation) and Fundación Carolina have today expressed their willingness to collaborate by signing of a framework agreement that establishes the basis for institutional cooperation to develop activities in areas of mutual interest.
These areas of collaboration may include the evolution of relations between the EU, Latin America and the Caribbean as well as developments in the countries of both regions, in addition to the joint organization of events, the holding of seminars and workshops, the exchange of information and relevant documents and the joint production of publications, among other modalities.
The signing was carried out through a videoconference in which the executive director of the EU-LAC Foundation, Adrian Bonilla, and the director of Fundación Carolina, José Antonio Sanahuja, participated, with the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, as a witness of honor.
With this agreement, Fundación Carolina and the EU-LAC Foundation reinforce their commitment to cooperation as a mechanism to contribute to the visibility and strengthening of transatlantic relations between the European Union, Latin America and the Caribbean.