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The recent agreement with Iran over its nuclear programme and developments in Libya, Tunisia and the Middle East Peace Process dominated July's meeting of Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels.
Strategic Communications - Publication date: 20/07/2015
Check against delivery Good afternoon, I know you are all waiting for other news this afternoon from a different format of the Council that is meeting in this very same moment. I am also waiting from news from that format of the Council. Today with the Foreign Ministers we started by celebrating
EEAS Press Team - Publication date: 20/07/2015
Languages: Français Editorial Sections: Lebanon 20150805_en.pdf
Press and information team of the Delegation to LEBANON - Publication date: 20/07/2015
"Crises, poverty and many attempts worldwide to shrink the space of civil society require all our attention and efforts on human rights. We face everyday the dramatic situation of people oppressed and forced to flee from conflicts, of women struggling to defend their dignity and their rights,
Check against delivery Good morning, It has been a quite positive week when it comes to Foreign Policy. We have achieved an historic agreement with Iran on its nuclear programme that opens also the way for a different framework in the region and hopefully also for international relations. We
40th Anniversary of the establishment of relations between the EU and China.
Press and information team of the Delegation to CHINA - Publication date: 18/07/2015
Tashkent, 17 July 2015 – Top officials from the European Union, United Nations and the Republic of Uzbekistan launched the Central Asia Regional Secretariat of Chemical, Biological Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) risk mitigation Centre of Excellence in Tashkent today.
Press and information team of the Delegation to UZBEKISTAN - Publication date: 17/07/2015
press Category: Press releases Editorial Sections: EEAS Unique ID: 150716_01 Press Location: Bruxelles
EEAS Press Team - Publication date: 16/07/2015
Languages: Français The recent systematic arrest of a number of human rights lawyers and human rights defenders by Chinese public security forces raises serious questions about China's commitment to strengthening the rule of law. The Chinese authorities should abide by the Universal
EEAS Press Team - Publication date: 15/07/2015
The installation of new demarcation signposts along the administrative boundary line of Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia has led to tension in the area, with potentially negative effects on the local population, their livelihood and freedom of movement. Steps that could be