We will have today a very intense meeting of the defence ministers, followed by a joint meeting with the Foreign Affairs ministers. In less than one month we met first with the foreign ministers, then with the interior ministers and now with the defence ministers. This is our way of giving an answer, a concrete answer, to translate those minutes of silence we had in this building one month ago, into action, into European action.
Last month, actually less than one month ago, we met in Luxembourg with the Foreign Ministers and the Interior Ministers together, just a few hours after the latest tragedy in the Mediterranean Sea. Today we have had a long day of work with the Defence and Foreign Ministers together. It was the first time after quite some years – I think the last one was in 2012 – that we have had a joint meeting of Defence and Foreign Ministers.
High Representative for Foreign Affairs/Vice-President of the European Commission, Federica Mogherini, and Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and Minister for EU Affairs and Chief Negotiator Volkan Bozkır issued this statement following a working dinner tonight in Brussels, ahead of tomorrow's European Union-Turkey Association Council:
La haute représentante pour les affaires étrangères et vice-présidente de la Commission européenne, Mme Federica Mogherini, le membre de la Commission chargé de la politique européenne de voisinage et des négociations d'élargissement, M. Jonnes Hahn, le ministre turc des affaires étrangères, M. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu et le ministre chargé des affaires européennes et négociateur en chef avec l'UE, M.
For the second time in a week, Kabul has come under a terrorist attack this morning: a number of civilians, including a member of the close protection team of the EU Police Mission in Afghanistan, have been killed.
My deepest sympathy goes to the family, friends and loved ones of our colleague and of all other innocent victims
The Afghan Government needs to ensure that those responsible for the attack are brought to justice.
The court decision to seek the death penalty for former President Mohamed Morsi and more than 100 of his supporters, in connection with a mass jail break in 2011, was taken at the end of a mass trial that was not in line with Egypt's obligations under international law.
La décision de la Cour de requérir la peine de mort contre l'ancien président Morsi et plus d'une centaine de ses partisans, dans le cadre d'une évasion collective en 2011, a été prise à l'issue d'un procès collectif qui n'a pas été conforme aux obligations de l'Égypte au regard du droit international.