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Development cooperation of the Czech Republic

Development cooperation is an important part of foreign policy of the Czech Republic. It promotes security, stability, prosperity and sustainable development as well as human dignity, good services to the citizens and good reputation of the Czech Republic abroad.

Czech development cooperation pursues reduction of global poverty with a special focus on the least developed countries (LDCs) and sustainable economic and social development of partner countries which may result in intensification of mutual political and trade relations. Development cooperation strives to strengthen security at the global level, prevent conflicts at regional and local levels and reduce migration trends (especially forced displacements) as well as illegal migration. Czech development cooperation promotes sustainable environment and clima protection, democracy, human rights and fundamental freedoms, good governance and rule of law.

Implementation of the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) was the basic principal of Czech development cooperation until 2015 followed by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the period up to 2030. Approval of the Concept of the Czech Republic´s Foreign Policy and adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development appear as important and defining moments for Czech development cooperation in 2015.


Development cooperation of the Czech Republic 1 MB PDF (Adobe Acrobat document) Oct 4, 2016