Information on the planned actions, outputs and resources of the Service for Foreign Policy Instruments (FPI) in 2016. Data cover both operational and horizontal activities and include:
Challenges and priorities of FPI and its funding Instruments
General objectives, impact indicators and targets for FPI
Specific objectives, results, results indicators and targets for each Instrument
Main policy outputs and main expenditure-related outputs
The Service for Foreign Policy Instruments supports the EU to achieve its foreign and security policy objectives, in particular with regards to peace and conflict prevention, and to project the EU's interests and image in the world. Working in a wide range of areas with various partners and stakeholders FPI contributes to the achievement of the general objective of the EU to become 'a stronger global actor'.
To achieve its objective FPI is responsible for the operational and financial management of the budgets for Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP), Partnership Instrument (PI), Election Observation Missions (EOMs), Press and Public Diplomacy (PPD) as well as the implementation of Foreign Policy Regulatory Instruments (sanctions, the Kimberley Process on conflict diamonds and the Anti-Torture Regulation).
FPI delivers on its objectives in an open and accountable fashion.
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