La haute représentante et vice-présidente, Mme Federica Mogherini, a rencontré Sa Majesté la Reine de Jordanie, Mme Rania Al Abdallah, aujourd'hui à Bruxelles. La HR/VP et Sa Majesté se sont entretenues de la situation instable et très tendue que connait la région, et en particulier de la crise en Syrie et des conséquences humanitaires qui touchent également les pays voisins.
The HR/VP Federica Mogherini met today in Brussels Her Majesty the Queen of Jordan, Rania Al Abdallah. The HR/VP and Her Majesty discussed the very tense and volatile situation in the region, in particular the crisis in Syria and the humanitarian consequences that affect also the neighbouring countries.
The HR/VP Federica Mogherini praised Jordan's role as a strong partner and a crucial player for the stability of the region, and for generously hosting a great number of Syrian refugees.
Several attacks hitting different locations in Baghdad today and deliberately targeting civilians, left many people dead and more wounded. Our thoughts go to the victims and their families.
These tragic events underline the fragility of the security situation in Iraq. The EU will spare no efforts to support the Iraqi government in its fight against terrorism and its quest for peace and stability for all the Iraqi people.
Plusieurs attentats, qui ont frappé différents endroits de Bagdad aujourd'hui et ont visé délibérément des civils, ont fait de nombreux morts et davantage encore de blessés. Nos pensées vont aux victimes et à leurs familles.
High Representative Federica Mogherini travelled to Prague on Monday 11 January for an official Visit to the Czech Republic. On her agenda were meetings with Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka, Foreign Minister Lubomír Zaorálek and representatives from the Czech Parliament.
The Head of Delegation participated to Pope Francis' address to the Corps of Diplomats Accredited to the Holy See, during the course of his traditional exchange of New Year's greetings with the diplomats at the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican.
The attack on an MSF health centre in Razeh district, northern Yemen, which resulted in several casualties and many wounded today is unacceptable. Our thoughts and condolences are with the families and colleagues of those affected at this time.
This tragic incident is the latest of a series of attacks on medical facilities and medical personnel recorded in Yemen since the start of the conflict. Such attacks that target humanitarian operations and civilians are clearly prohibited under International Humanitarian Law (IHL).
Participation of ENP partners in EU programmes and agencies is a mean to promote reform and modernisation in the EU’s neighbourhood and strengthen administrative and regulatory convergence of partner countries with the EU.