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The European Union third country relationships are dealt with through different legal instruments, institutions and departments. Topics related to the Community (first pillar) agenda are dealt through the European Commission - they relate mostly to economic issues, aid, etc. Topics related with the Common Foreign and Security Policy (second pillar), as well as some particular issues in the Police and Judicial Co-operation in Criminal Matters (third pillar) agenda, are dealt through the European Council. Of course relations with some (most) states are in all these areas, so many of the EU policies listed below are jointly established by two or more different EU departments.

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