Latest in Tag: EU Highlight
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Industry Minister Fikri Isik said talks with Twitter were taking place and the ban would be lifted if the San Francisco-based firm appointed a representative in Turkey and agreed to block specific content when requested by Turkish courts.
Assets of former president, his sons and 16 others renewed by European bloc
Private sector development through support for SMEs is one of the EBRD’s key objectives in Egypt, director says
Assistant foreign minister says statement “full of fallacies”
Turchynov said Russian President Vladimir Putin had so far resisted intense international pressure and refused all contacts with Kiev aimed at resolving the worst breakdown in East-West relations since the Cold War.
Yanukovych still enjoys Moscow’s recognition and remains a political wildcard who the Kremlin says is pushing for Russia’s immediate invasion of Ukraine in the most explosive east-west standoff since the Cold War.
Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, who arrived in Tehran on Saturday for a planned four-day visit, is to attend an emergency meeting of EU foreign ministers on Monday.
Russia’s parliament voted Saturday to allow President Vladimir Putin to send troops into its western neighbour – a decision US President Barack Obama swiftly branded a “violation of Ukrainian sovereignty”.
Araqchi said the talks would take place on the sidelines of a meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Board of Governors “next week.”
Bishop Mouneer condemns the massacre of Muslims by Christian forces
“Unidentified” human remains found at blast site as Sinai militant group claims targeting of tourists is part of “economic war” against government
Iran agreed to freeze some nuclear activities for six months in exchange for modest sanctions relief and a promise by Western powers not to impose new restrictions on its hard-hit economy.
The EU Special Representative was turned away days after Ministry of Interior issued a statement welcoming prison visits from human rights representatives
Foreign ministry suggests EU may have a “certain political orientation” towards Egypt
The representative discussed the effects of violence and terrorism with the foreign minister and met with NGOs and members of civil society
Concern over media freedom in Egypt as EU ministers gather in Brussels
Foreign minister ends tour of Europe in the Netherlands amid heavy criticism of press freedoms
Foreign minister meets Italian counterpart, defence minister and business leaders at start of Europe tour
The report does not rank the countries as to the seriousness of the problem nor suggest legal remedies, with Malmstroem saying that could follow after talks with member states.
EU voices concern over limitations on media freedom
Tunisia’s dominant Islamist party Ennahda said it expected elections to take place in October.
The European Union and United States cranked up pressure on Yanukovych to impose serious reforms to end a standoff that has turned parts of Kiev into a war zone patrolled by masked protesters and that has left three activists dead.
Green goods cover a wide range of goods from waste management and clean water technologies, to solar and wind energies.
Foreign ministers congratulate Egyptians on referendum but express concerns over political climate
The government’s purge has extended to banking and telecoms oversight bodies as well as state television.
Summit in April looks to strengthen cooperation towards “strategic partnership of equals”
AFP – The European Union will begin lifting sanctions against Iran on Monday, January 20, the minute it receives word that Tehran has begun implementing a deal to curb its nuclear programme. EU foreign ministers will announce the move in Brussels as soon as inspectors from the UN’s nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, confirm that Iran has …
Ban Ki-moon, others urge peace
Greek ambassador outlines how Greece’s EU Presidency could benefit Egypt
EU foreign policy chief expresses support ahead of referendum, condemns violence and “heavy-handed responses”