EU Foreign Policy
Sixty years after the EU’s founding treaty, leaders have signed the Rome Declaration during anniversary events in the Italian city.
The Union's 27 national leaders have gathered in the Campidoglio palace in the Italian capital where the six founding states signed the Treaty of Rome on March 25, 1957.
The Italian capital has been putting the finishing touches as the city prepares to mark 60 years since the signing of the Treaty of Rome.
EU leaders have staunchly backed the Netherlands in its diplomatic row with Turkey.
The EU’s foreign policy chief has underlined opposition to Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban, saying no-one should be deprived of their fundamental rights.
Is there a way out for irregular migrants in Libya, or are they condemned to die there or perhaps at sea if they attempt the journey to Europe?
This is the Brief from Brussels, euronews’ daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
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This article has been modified to take account of comments made by French President François Hollande and British Prime Minister Theresa May at their meeting on July…
Boris Johnson, the new British foreign minister and leading campaigner for the UK to leave Europe, survives his first Brussels meeting with his EU counterparts.
Slovakia has warned that the future of the European Union cannot be decided by just two or three powerful Western members.
Foreign ministers from the six founding members of the EU have hurriedly assembled in Berlin and urged Britain to divorce the EU quickly.
EU foreign ministers lift asset freezes and visa bans against Belorussian President Alexander Lukashenko and 169 others including three companies.
As Syria bleeds, how should an upcoming aid conference relieve the suffering? How to get the world to provide billions in needed funding? And could
The EU’s top diplomat urged world powers to seize the chance to end Syria’s five-year conflict at peace talks in Geneva next week. Federica Mogherini
Yair Lapid is the former finance minister of Israel. He served in the previous government under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The former
The EU’s foreign policy chief has urged Ukraine to take tougher action against corruption as it moves closer to Europe. Federica Mogherini visited
Amid reports of a combined Syrian-Russian-Iranian ground offensive in Syria, the West must talk to Tehran to broker an end to the conflict, a senior
The EU is piling pressure on Russia to end its aerial bombing campaign in Syria. Foreign ministers, who have been meeting in Luxembourg, are warning
As migrants continue to flow into Europe, interior ministers are debating a controversial plan to redistribute 120-thousand refugees across the
Anti-corruption campaigners have called on the EU’s largest foreign mission to stop intimidating whistleblowers. Transparency International says
Tony Blair, a former British prime minister, is to step down as a Quartet representative in the Middle East, the organisation has announced. It comes
As conflict rages in eastern Ukraine, the European Union has extended current sanctions against Russia until September. At an extraordinary meeting
In this edition of Europe Weekly: EU foreign ministers agree to sanction pro-Russian separatists linked to two disputed elections in eastern Ukraine
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk will be the next President of the European Council. He takes over from Herman van Rompuy, who made the
The EU is threatening to impose fresh sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis. Officials are set to draw up proposals within a week. It is
The Russia-Ukraine situation is threatening to overshadow Saturday’s summit in Brussels aimed at deciding who will be the new EU High Representative
As EU foreign ministers met in emergency session to discuss conflicts in Ukraine, Iraq and Gaza, its economic sanctions against Russia are coming