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Negotiations between the E3/EU+3 and Iran have now entered a decisive phase in Vienna. I hope that they will succeed in achieving a long-term and comprehensive diplomatic solution which will address international concerns as regards the Iranian nuclear issue and I thank Catherine Ashton for her dedication to this difficult negotiation.

This is the time for Iran to take the strategic decision to open the way for a historic and final settlement of the nuclear issue which would also mark the beginning of a new chapter in relations between Iran and the international community. 

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The European Union and Uzbekistan held the eighth round of their Human Rights Dialogue in Brussels on 18 November 2014, as part of the 11th meeting of the Subcommittee on Justice and Home Affairs, Human Rights and related issues. The Uzbek delegation was led by Mr Nigmatilla Yuldashev, Minister for Justice, who was accompanied by Mr Akmal Saidov, Director of the National Centre for Human Rights, and other senior officials. The EU delegation was led by Mr Silvio Gonzato, Director for Human Rights and Democracy at the European External Action Service.

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On 18 November HR/VP Mogherini discussed foreign policy issues with H.E. David Choquehuanca Cespedes, the Minister for External Affairs of the Plurinational State of Bolivia. The meeting was part of a series of high-level meetings Minister Choquehuanca held at the EU institutions.  Both welcomed the warm bilateral relations between the EU and Bolivia.

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The attack in the Har Nof synagogue this morning killing at least 4 people can only harm any step forward towards peace.

It is an act of terror against worshipers at morning prayers and is condemnable by all means.

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I was pleased to meet today Serbia’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić for the first time in my new capacity.

During our discussions we exchanged views on progress in the EU facilitated dialogue and implementation of agreements. I hope to see the high-level dialogue resume soon, but the EU expects Belgrade and Pristina to continue working on implementation in the meantime.

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I was pleased to meet today Serbia’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić for the first time in my new capacity.

During our discussions we exchanged views on progress in the EU facilitated dialogue and implementation of agreements. I hope to see the high-level dialogue resume soon, but the EU expects Belgrade and Pristina to continue working on implementation in the meantime.

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The attack in the Har Nof synagogue this morning killing at least 4 people can only harm any step forward towards peace.

It is an act of terror against worshipers at morning prayers and is condemnable by all means.

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The signing of the Charter for the Transition on 16 November and the appointment of Michel Kafando as President of the Transition are key steps to exit the crisis based on dialogue and national consensus.

They bear witness to the sense of responsibility of the Burkinabe people and all participants in the democratic process.

It is now up to all parties to work towards the effective and swift establishment of bodies for a civilian-led transition leading to free, inclusive, peaceful and transparent democratic elections by November 2015 at the latest.

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I am delighted to welcome you Prime Minister Garibashvili, together with the new Foreign Minister Beruchashvili and other Georgian government representatives, to Brussels today for the first EU-Georgia Association Council meeting.

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