Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP)


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Over the past days, the people of Hong Kong have exercised their fundamental right to assemble and express themselves freely and peacefully. These rights need to be respected. Restraint should be exercised by all sides; violence and escalatory responses must be avoided.


Ces derniers jours, la population de Hong Kong a exercé son droit fondamental à se réunir et à s’exprimer librement et pacifiquement. Ces droits doivent être respectés. Toutes les parties doivent faire preuve de retenue; il faut éviter la violence et l’escalade.

On 17 May 2019, the Council established a framework which allows the EU to impose targeted restrictive measures to deter and respond to cyber-attacks which constitute an external threat to the EU or its member states, including cyber-attacks against third States or international organisations where restricted measures are considered necessary to achieve the objectives of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP).


In a changing security environment, a military approach alone is not sufficient to guarantee safety and stability. That is why the EU approach to security and defence is much broader. The European way to security builds on Europe’s trade-mark mixture of soft and hard power, on the coherent use of these different instruments – the so-called ''Integrated Approach'' – and on cooperation.

Statement by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini on the situation in Sudan