BRUSSELS—Nuclear talks between Iran and six major powers are getting close to agreement after more than a decade of diplomacy, the European Union’s foreign-policy chief Federica Mogherini said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Thursday.
You are invited to an off-the-record briefing on the Third Round of negotiations for an EU-Cuba Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement (4-5 March) being held at the EEAS building, Rond-Point Schuman 9, on Friday 27 February at 16h30.
Experts will be present to brief you on the subject matter.
High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the Commission, today held a phone conversation with the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on the situation in Ukraine. They discussed the need to coordinate the ongoing efforts to support the implementation of the Minsk agreements and in particular the strengthening of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine.
Mme Federica Mogherini, haute représentante de l’Union pour les affaires étrangères et la politique de sécurité/vice‑présidente de la Commission, a eu ce jour un entretien téléphonique avec M. Ban Ki‑moon, Secrétaire général des Nations unies, sur la situation en Ukraine. Ils ont évoqué la nécessité de coordonner les efforts en cours visant à soutenir la mise en œuvre des accords de Minsk et, en particulier, le renforcement de la mission spéciale d’observation de l’OSCE en Ukraine.
The recent arrest and detention of Caracas Mayor and veteran opposition leader Antonio Ledezma is a source of alarm, as are reports of alleged intimidation and mistreatment of other imprisoned opposition leaders and students who participated in last year's protests.
It is incumbent on the Venezuelan authorities to ensure that accusations are investigated swiftly and impartially in full respect of the principle of presumption of innocence and due legal process.
Federica Mogherini, the High Representative of the EU for foreign affairs and security policy said Putin is wrong: “Putin is wrong when he said that it is unlikely to have a conflict there, the conflict there is already going on.”
Let me thank first of all the citizens and representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the warm welcome I received today and also the last time I was here in Sarajevo couple of months ago. And also when I was here in this very same Parliament last summer, as the Italian Minister holding the EU Presidency and presenting the Compact for Growth in this very same building.