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Serbia PM sends message of peace in landmark visit to northern Kosovo
"I want to send a clear and simple message from here in Kosovo and Metohija, a message of peace, stability and tolerance," said Serbia PM Ana Brnabic.
EU agrees to scrap Russia visa deal but stops short of tourist ban
Germany, France, Spain and Portugal were among those who opposed an outright visa ban for Russian nationals.
Germany and France oppose growing calls for EU visa ban for Russians
Eastern European countries argue the war in Ukraine merits the total suspension of Russian tourism.
Kosovo citizens to travel freely to Serbia, says EU's Borrell
The Brussels-facilitated agreement between Belgrade and Prishtina came after weeks of heightened tensions over new ID documents and licence plate rules in Kosovo.
Iran nuclear deal is 'yes or no', no renegotiations possible, EU says
"There is no more room for other compromises," a Commission spokesperson said.
Latest updates: Key events in Russia's war on Ukraine this weekend
From a new Russian assault in the eastern Donetsk region, to warnings over Russian shelling at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant: the latest developments in the war.
European powers urge Iran to agree to 'best possible' nuclear deal
Western European powers have pressed Iran to agree to a revived 2015 nuclear deal, saying what's on the table now is “the best possible deal.”
EU pushes back against claims Russian oil ban is hiking prices
The EU ban will not be completed until the end of the year, so its economic effects are still unclear.
Brussels defends sanctions, while pledging more Ukraine financial aid
EU foreign ministers met in Brussels Monday, agreeing to give €500 million in military aid to Kyiv.
There is 'hope' for a Russia-Ukraine deal on grain export: Borrell
For the EU's top diplomat Josep Borrell, "this may be the most important thing that the international community's facing.
EU has become 'aggressive and bellicose' amid Ukraine war
It comes as the EU announced it was giving Ukraine another €500 million to buy heavy weapons to fend off Moscow's invasion.
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"We are not fighting against Russia" says EU's top diplomat Borrell
The Global Conversation speaks to EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell and former Finnish PM Alexander Stubb.
Von der Leyen heading to Kyiv to show 'unwavering support' for Ukraine
It comes a day after the bloc agreed on a fifth round of sanctions against Moscow.
EU's spending since war began: Russian energy €35bn; Ukraine aid €1bn
The "gigantic difference" reflects the need for the EU to become independent from Russian fossil fuels, the bloc's foreign policy chief said.
Russia committing 'massive war crime' in Mariupol, says Borrell
Ukrainian authorities rejected a Russian ultimatum for Mariupol to surrender.
Borrell sparks Catalonia backlash over Zelenskyy-Puigdemont comparison
Josep Borrell has angered Catalonia's independence movement by comparing Ukraine's president to Carles Puigdemont.
EU sanctions 351 Russian lawmakers who voted to recognise Donbas
The fresh package of sanctions also limits Russia's access to the EU capital and financial markets.
EU avoids pre-emptive sanctions on Russia despite Ukraine's pleas
Ukraine's foreign affairs minister has urged Brussels to apply "some sanctions" on Russia before an invasion takes place.
Watch: EU not 'missing in action' over Ukraine, Borrell tells MEPs
He hailed the diplomatic efforts of France and Germany, whose leaders both travelled to Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
EU reaffirms unity in Ukraine-Russia crisis amid reports of division
Josep Borrell said the bloc is "well advanced" in preparing sanctions in case Russia decides to invade Ukraine.
EU's Borrell condemns violence against anti-coup protesters in Sudan
More than 70 people have been killed and hundreds of others have been wounded in mass protests since the military took over.
Brussels must be involved in Ukraine talks, says EU foreign minister
US and Russian officials are due to hold security talks in Geneva on Monday amid mounting tensions over Ukraine.
Borrell to stress EU support to Kyiv during visit to eastern Ukraine
Borrell's visit comes less than a week before talks in Geneva between Washington and Moscow.
EU sanctions Russia's Wagner Group over human rights abuse claims
It accused those targeted of "serious human rights abuses, including torture and extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions and killings, or in destabilising activities in some of the countries they operate in."
EU to blacklist transport companies involved in human trafficking
Under the new rules, the European Commission will be able to suspend flights, limit operations and withdraw licences across EU territory.
EU to slap Belarus with new raft of sanctions over border crisis
The blacklist of targets believed to be involved in human trafficking will be developed over the coming days.