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Venezuela says EU sanctions based on ‘false arguments’
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said the European Union’s sanctions on senior Venezuelan officials are based on “false arguments about honorable citizens.”
EU plans eco ranking for planes, flights: Paper
The European Union is planning to create a new system to rank flights and aircraft according to their carbon footprint, German weekly Welt am Sonntag reported.
Rouhani urges EU to play role against US unilateralism
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said as an important international actor, the European Union must play a suitable role in counteracting the US unilateral policies and protect the landmark nuclear deal with Iran as a major fruit of multilateral diplomacy.
President Rouhani urges EU to take practical steps to safeguard JCPOA
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said European countries must take practical steps to preserve the 2015 nuclear deal and comply with their obligations under the international agreement, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
IOM urges end of pushbacks, violence at EU borders
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) called on the European Union to adopt urgent measures to end violence on migrants and refugees, including minors, at the European Union's external borders.
Zarif calls on Japan, EU to persuade US to lift sanctions
Russia calls for ‘real progress’ on JCPOA
Fighting poverty, inequality should be top priority in EU
The citizens of the European Union consider that the fight against poverty and social inequalities should be the main priority of the union and the Portuguese are the ones who desire it most, reveals a survey.
Zarif rebukes Europeans after their warning over JCPOA
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif challenged the commitment of the three European parties to the 2015 nuclear deal signed between Iran and world powers after Britain, Germany and France said that Tehran risks losing the opportunity to fully realize the agreement by starting to produce uranium metal.
Russia ready to cut EU ties if hit with sanctions, Lavrov says
Moscow is prepared to end the relationship with the European Union if the bloc introduces sanctions that put the Russian economy at risk, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stated.
EU hopeful for firm economic growth despite virus challenges
Despite deep uncertainty over a surge in coronavirus cases and the impact of new variants of the disease, senior European Commission officials on Thursday expressed cautious optimism that European economies will rebound later this year and in 2022.
Lavrov: Russia counts on US to rejoin Iran nuclear deal
EU advises ‘maximum diplomacy’ instead of ‘maximum pressure’
EU: Our top priority is to get US back to Iran nuclear deal
US must make up for past wrongdoings: Zarif
MEP: European Parliament’s interference claims aimed to ‘tar Iran’
A member of the European Parliament blasted her fellow lawmakers’ rush to brand Iran with alleged interference in the European Union, saying a special hearing held to assess the EP’s meddling allegations had come by nothing against the Islamic Republic.
EU revealed to be world's biggest live animal exporter
New analysis suggests the EU could be responsible for up to 80% of the global trade in live farm animals, which continues to be linked to animal welfare failings.
EU plants flag with social bonds in defining year of debt sales
The European Union, set to become one of the largest issuers of green and sustainable bonds, will sell debt for the first time in 2021 off the back of record-breaking demand last year.

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