Of the foreign policy issues confronting Brussels, none is more pressing - or carries the same explosive threat - as that of Iran and the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) signed in July 2015.
Greece 'will not aid' Iranian tanker after U.S. warning
The United States has warned it will bring down any Iranian drones that fly too close to its ships, following a string of incidents on the world's most vital oil shipping route.
EU foreign ministers meet on Monday to discuss the Iran nuclear deal amid fears it could collapse.
But Israel's Netanyahu likened the EU position to the appeasement of Nazi Germany ahead of World War Two.
The European nations said they were preoccupied by the escalation of tensions in the Persian Gulf region and urged for a dialogue between all parties involved in the deal, that was signed on this day four years ago.
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All this and more on the Brief from Brussels.
British Royal Marines seized a giant Iranian oil tanker in Gibraltar on Thursday suspected of taking oil to Syria in violation of EU sanctions. The move sparked Tehran's fury and could escalate its confrontation with the West.
Iranian state media has quoted Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif as confirming that the limit had been breached.
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Business leaders attending conferences in Iran are finally coming to the realisation that doing business with the country means funding terror groups.
In a new joint statement, the EU said it rejected 'ultimatums' from Iran over the nuclear deal.
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The EU and Iran have reiterated their support for the nuclear deal and say they aim to keep it alive despite U.S. President's decision to abandon the landmark pact.
Iran says it is keeping up its side of the original nuclear deal, so expects the same returns.
The EU has said observers should “stay tuned” in relation to how it will react to the Trump administration’s decision to reimpose sanctions against Iran.
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Head of parliamentary delegation tells Euronews that Iranian forces in Syria are saving European lives.
The Iran nuclear deal serves the interests of private companies looking to expand their business dealings in the country, not the interests of Europe, says an Italian politician and diplomat.
Lithuania, one of Israel's best friends in the European Union, initiated Netanyahu's invitation to Brussels for a meeting with EU foreign ministers in December
The European Unoin has vowed to counter US President Donald Trumps' renewed sanctions on Iran by introducing a new law to protect European Companies
Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sits down for a Euronews exclusive.
Diplomatic and business figures have gathered in Brussels at the "Iran Forum" to discuss ways to stop the Iran nuclear deal from collapsing after the US re-imposition of sanctions.
The remaining signatories of the multinational nuclear deal with Iran have met for the first time in a bid to save the landmark pact following US withdrawal. The Iranian nuclear negotiator has said the deal is in the 'intensive care unit'.
President Trump's protectionist stance, which have already provoked retaliatory tariffs by the EU, Canada and Mexico hasn't backed down on imposing tariffs.
Tehran's ambassador to Brussels warns that Trump's bullying could create "uncontrollable conflict"