The European Union (EU) has set aside an initial €30 million to support Jamaica in the areas of digital transformation, climate change resilience, and improved governance, human rights, and citizen security up to 2027.
Ambassador of the Delegation of the EU to Jamaica, Her Excellency Marianne Van Steen, who made the disclosure, noted that these areas have been identified as priorities of the Jamaican Government.
“These are the main sectors in which we would like to assist the Government…. We have been working for a long time together with the Government to decide what are the priorities and where we can come in to help,” she said, during the EU’s Media Editors’ Breakfast held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Wednesday (May 4).
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