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The following statement was released by the Government of the United States of America and the European Union following the sixth U.S.-EU Cyber Dialogue.

EU leaders and institutions assess the progress achieved in the fight against disinformation and draw key lessons from the European elections.

The world is a complex, rapidly changing and often dangerous place. The European Union believes that by working together through international cooperation, based on common rules and with effective global institutions such as the United Nations, enables the world to deal with complex issues such as climate change and conflict. This international approach, known as multilateralism, was re-endorsed by all 28 EU Foreign Ministers when they met at the Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels on 17th June.

At the June European Council, EU leaders adopted ‘A new strategic agenda 2019 – 2024’, charting the way for the EU to strengthen its role in the rapidly changing global environment.

EU News 108/2019


The European Council on 20 June 2019 adopted conclusions on the next institutional cycle, the MFF, climate change, disinformation and hybrid threats, external relations, the European Semester and enlargement.


La commission conjointe du plan d’action global commun (accord sur le nucléaire iranien) se réunira à Vienne le 28 juin 2019.


The Joint Commission of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (Iran deal) will meet in Vienna on 28 June 2019