Today's terrorist attack in Turkish town of Suruҫ targeting young volunteers from the Federation of Socialist Youth Associations (SGDF), who were gathered to go and help with the reconstruction of Kobane, aimed to further destabilise the region and communities living side by side. The attack adds to the pain and suffering of Syrian people fleeing violence and destruction, and of the Turkish people so generously engaged in helping them.
The fact that Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić, who took the historical decision to come to the 20th anniversary commemoration of the genocide at Srebrenica, was forced to leave today goes against the spirit of this day of remembrance.
It shows that we all need to redouble our efforts to overcome hatred and pursue reconciliation across the whole Western Balkans region and beyond.
As agreed last week, I reconvened a meeting of the high level dialogue for normalisation of relations between Belgrade and Pristina with Prime Ministers Aleksandar Vučić and Isa Mustafa in Brussels on Monday, 29 June.
High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini met with the acting Prime Minister of Moldova, Natalia Gherman, today in Brussels to discuss the latest developments in the country following the recent resignation of Prime Minister Chiril Gaburici.
The EU stands ready to support a Moldovan government that will act resolutely to address the country´s needs and undertake key reforms, in the interest of its citizens.