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Greece reopens embassy in Tripoli

Greece's Foreign Ministry on Saturday announced it is immediately reopening its embassy in Libya's capital, Tripoli and a consulate in Benghazi.The announcement came a day...

IOM and UNHCR temporarily suspend resettlement departures for refugees

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), decided to temporarily suspend resettlement departures for refugees, over health concerns...

EU adds eight businessmen and two companies to Syria sanctions list

European Ministers added on Monday 8 Syrian individuals and 2 companies to the Syria sanctions list, whose activities directly benefited the President's Bashar al-Assad's regime,...

EU's foreign policy chief Borrell warns of violence if Israel annexes Jordan Valley

EU's Foreign Policy chief Josep Borrell urged Israel on Tuesday not to annex the Jordan Valley, warning of Palestinian protests if it went ahead. "This...

EU to suspend some of Cambodia trade benefits over human rights

The European Union will partially suspend the Everything But Arms (EBA) trade privileges Cambodia is enjoying because of systematic violations of human rights, the European...

EU's Foreign Policy chief wants to visit Donbas, Ukraine's war zone.

Josep Borrell, EU's High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy said on Tuesday during a press conference held in Brussels with Oleksiy Honcharuk, Ukraine's...

EU urges Turkey to halt illegal drilling off Cyprus, prepares new sanctions

The European Union has urged Turkey to halt its "illegal" drilling activities in Cyprus' Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) whilst preparing new sanctions, following the country's...

Merkel says Berlin to host Libya peace talks

Libya peace talks will be held in Berlin, said Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday, following a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. "We hope...

Greece, Egypt, Cyprus, France call Turkey-Libya deals "void"

Greece, Cyprus, France and Egypt condemned on Wednesday the two agreements signed between Turkey and Libya on maritime boundaries and military cooperation, calling them...

Foreign Ministers of Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Italy to meet in Cairo

The Foreign Ministers of Greece, Cyprus, France and Italy travelled to Cairo on Wednesday morning to participate in a five-sided meeting along with the...

Greece, Cyprus, Israel jointly condemn Turkey's decision to deploy troops in Libya

After a "historic" intergovernmental agreement was signed on Thursday by Greece, Cyprus and Israel for the construction of the EastMed natural gas pipeline, the...

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