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BRUSSELS/BEIJING, Sept 14 (Reuters): The European Union and China signed a deal on Monday to protect each other's exported food and drinks items from feta cheese to Pixian bean paste ahead of challenging discussions on trade, climate change and human rights at an online summit.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told the European Parliament on Thursday that the European Union did not have jurisdiction over maritime boundaries and it should remain unbiased in Turkey's dispute with Greece.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish and Greek officials met at NATO headquarters on Thursday for talks aimed at preventing further military escalation in the eastern Mediterranean, Turkey's Defence Ministry said, as Greece called for "meaningful" European Union sanctions on Turkey.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders should impose "severe" economic sanctions on Turkey for a limited time if Ankara does not remove its military vessels and gas drilling ships from waters off Cyprus, Greece's deputy foreign minister said on Thursday.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The European Union must impose 'meaningful' sanctions on Turkey unless Ankara pulls its maritime assets from disputed areas in the eastern Mediterranean, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in an opinion piece published on Thursday.
BRUSSELS, Sept. 8 (Xinhua) -- The post-pandemic top priority for the European Union (EU) is implementing the recovery package agreed by EU leaders and ensuring that the aid reaches the people, the European Commission's top echelons told the Brussels Economic Forum on Tuesday.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece plans to acquire arms, boost its armed forces and revamp its defence industry, the government's spokesman said on Monday, as tensions with NATO ally Turkey over energy resources in the eastern Mediterranean grow.
HONG KONG, Sept 7 (SCMP): Yang’s comments follow visit to Myanmar, Spain and Greece as part of a drive to counter growing pressure from the USCommunist Party’s foreign affairs chief insists relationship with EU is one of the most important to China as investment treaty deadline looms
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe must improve migration procedures on its external borders, seal more deals with foreign countries and synchronise asylum policies in the bloc before it tackles the thorny issue of hosting asylum seekers, a top EU official said on Friday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders will decide on a "carrot and stick" approach to Turkey when they meet on Sept. 24-25, their chairman said on Friday, proposing a multi-party conference to defuse tensions in the eastern Mediterranean.