Why the EU is making an extra effort to communicate in Arabic.
Why the EU is making an extra effort to communicate in Arabic. — — -Brussels (Brussels Morning) In February, the European External Action Service (EEAS) posted an official representative in the Middle East and North Africa region to deliver EU policies and opinions in the Arabic language. This post is a real novelty for the EU and reflects the willingness of the bloc to enhance its communication with its southern neighbours in the terms they can understand.
Why? There are several reasons behind this decision: