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Iran urges EU to oppose continuation of US illegal sanctions on Iran
Iranian Ambassador to Brussels Gholamhossein Dehqani called on the European Union to oppose the continuation of the illegal sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran.
By refusing refugees, Poles, Hungarians and Czechs 'broke EU law'
The European Union's top court ruled that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic had broken the law by refusing to host refugees to help ease the burden on southern EU states such as Greece and Italy after a surge in migrant arrivals from 2015.
EU urges int'l aid for Iran in virus fight, supports its IMF bid
The European Union on Monday urged the international community to send humanitarian aid to Iran to help its coronavirus fight, arguing that such steps would not breach US sanctions.
EU leaders blast Trump for 'unilateral' travel ban over coronavirus
The European Union leaders have lashed out at US President Donald Trump's "unilateral" decision to impose travel ban from Europe to the United States over the coronavirus, saying the illness does not respect borders.
Erdogan: Border open for refugees until EU meets demands
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday he will keep Turkey’s border open for refugees until the EU meets all his demands, while comparing Greece’s response to the crisis to the Nazis.
Turkey hopes for new EU migrant deal by March 26
Turkey hopes to reach a new agreement with Europe to deal with refugees in time for the next summit of the European Union’s leaders, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Tuesday.
EU leaders to hold crisis teleconference to tackle coronavirus
The leaders of the European Union have decided to hold an emergency teleconference in order to coordinate a joint response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Russia won’t stop terror fight in Syria to solve EU’s refugee problem: Lavrov
Russia says it will not stop fighting terrorism in Syria alongside the Damascus government because of European concerns over a new influx of refugees into the continent.
EU diplomats head to Turkey, Greece amid migrant crisis
The EU dispatched its highest officials to Turkey and Greece on Tuesday amid concern over a fresh migrant crisis and allegations that Ankara was trying to "blackmail" the bloc by opening its borders to thousands of refugees seeking to flee to Europe.
EU states call for speedy 2030 climate plan ahead of UN climate summit: Letter
Twelve EU states are calling for the European Commission to speed the process of setting a new 2030 climate target to serve as an ambitious example at the next global climate summit, according to a letter to the Commission seen by Reuters.
Britain calls for 'binding' obligations on EU financial market access
Britain said on Thursday it wants “legally binding” obligations on access to the European Union financial market coupled with arrangements for maintaining trust as rules evolve.
Iran says open to 'any initiative' ensuring its dividends of JCPOA
Iran said on Wednesday it was open "to any initiative" as parties to the 2015 nuclear deal stepped up efforts to save the accord which has been on life support since a 2018 decision by the US to withdraw from it and reimpose sanctions.
Schmid: EU has collective responsibility to preserve Iran deal
Lavrov: JCPOA meeting a chance to stop escalation
EU: JCPOA Joint Commission to meet in Vienna
China, Russia, France, Germany, and Britain will meet with Iran in Vienna on Feb. 26 to discuss how to uphold the 2015 nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, the European Commission said in a statement.
Macron says 'not sure' EU-UK trade deal possible before end of 2020
French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday said he was "not sure" it would be possible for the European Union and Britain to reach a trade deal by the end of the year.

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