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EU has become 'aggressive and bellicose' amid Ukraine war
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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.
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.
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.
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.
EU threatens sanctions on Russia over 'malicious cyber activities'
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has said that a Russian hacker outfit called "Ghostwriter" had threatened the bloc's security.
New US-Australia defence pact eclipses EU's Indo-Pacific pivot
As the EU unveiled a new strategy to engage with the Indo-Pacific region, its top diplomat struggled over the timing of the announcement — which came just hours after the US and UK launched a new security pact with Australia.
Borrell: EU stops development aid to Kabul until it talks with Taliban
The EU's foreign policy chief says dialogue is necessary as the Taliban have "won the war" but does not imply formal recognition of the new Afghan regime.
Bosnia must step up re-alignment with Europe: Borrell
The EU's foreign policy chief said that Bosnia & Hergezovina had fallen behind on reforms needed to ready it to become a member state.
Europe should 'get its act together' on Russia: Russian ambassador
Vladimir Chizhov, Russia's Ambassador to the EU, thinks the bloc should not be guided "by certain slogans or terms carved in stone" because relations with Russia are evolving.
EU, US slap new sanctions on Belarus in response to Ryanair diversion
Foreign affairs ministers from all EU countries met in Luxembourg and agreed to blacklist 78 individuals and 8 entities believed to be closely involved with President Lukashenko's regime.
Albania & North Macedonia's EU membership bids 'must be together'
Brussels had been considering both applications together, but last week Olivér Várhelyi, the European commissioner for enlargement, told Euronews that decoupling the bids "might be an option" if Bulgaria continues to oppose North Macedonia's entrance in the bloc.
Kosovo's PM Kurti fails to commit to negotiation date with Serbia
The new prime minister of Kosovo wrapped up two days of meeting in Brussels without committing to a firm date to return for negotiations with Serbia.
Brussels will respond to Russian aggression, says EU's Borrell
Josep Borrell was speaking to MEPs on Wednesday, during a debate on Russia and its "provocations".
Brussels steps up pressure on Serbia over Kosovo talks
Serbian President Alexander Vučić was in Brussels on Monday to meet with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
EU foreign affairs chief: 100,000 Russian troops at Ukraine border
Josep Borrell said Russia's 100,000 troops massed at the border with Ukraine is its highest ever military deployment at that border, and warned: "When you deploy a lot of troops, a spark can jump here or there."
Belarus: Over 200 arrested during Freedom Day protests
The EU's top diplomat warned on Thursday that "we are witnessing a further escalation of repression against the Belarusian people".
EU agrees first sanctions on China in more than 30 years
The new raft of measures is aimed at four Chinese officials and one entity believed to be involved in the alleged human rights violations of the Uyghur Muslim minority.
EU is 'ready to impose new sanctions' against Russia over Navalny
Diplomatic sources have told Euronews they are hoping for a breakthrough next week.
'A predictable mistake': MEPs slam Borrell over Moscow trip
MEPs dubbed the trip, which came days after the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, "a predictable mistake", "ill-advised", "ill-executed" and "a complete disaster".
EU's foreign affairs chief urged to quit after Moscow 'humiliation'
"Russia showed everything possible to humiliate the EU’s highest diplomat," said Estonian MEP Riho Terras
EU rejects Russia's move to expel European diplomats: Borrell
"I reject the allegations that these diplomats were performing activities incompatible with their role as diplomats," EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell told Euronews of Russia's move to expel European diplomats.
Russians will look to EU's Borrell for stance on Navalny furore | View
Philippe Dam, from Human Rights Watch, on what EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell must tell Russia on his visit to Moscow this week.
Brussels warns UK over downgrading EU ambassador status
"We will not accept that the United Kingdom will be the only country in the world that does not recognise the Delegation of the European Union as the equivalent of a diplomatic mission," High Representative Josep Borrell warned on Monday.
Bosnia: EU gives €3.5 mln over 'unacceptable' conditions for migrants
The Commission said the funds will help migrants and refugees "facing a humanitarian disaster" by financing warm clothing, blankets, food, healthcare and mental health and psychological support.