Having reliable and cohesive levels of communication while mobile is a requirement priority for all major armed forces. This includes the European Union, which today plays an important role in diplomacy, trade, development aid and partnerships with global organisations. As part of this, the European External Action Service (EEAS) exists to ensure that all the various activities that the EU performs abroad are consistent and effective. This is particularly important because many of the EU's foreign programmes are organised by different divisions of the European Commission, and includes activities such as peace talks, defending human rights, crisis response and negotiating trade agreements...
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