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EU reduces Turkey's pre-accession funds in 2018 budget amid strained ties
The European Union has reduced some of the money earmarked in its 2018 budget deal for Turkey to join the 28-member politico-economic bloc in a clear sign of increasingly sour relations between the union and the Ankara government.
Senior Iran, EU officials to meet in Tehran and Isfahan to discuss different issues
Senior officials from Iran and the European Union are scheduled to hold talks in the Iranian capital of Tehran and the central city of Isfahan to discuss bilateral ties and matters of mutual interest.
Central Europe grows at fastest in nine years
Central Europe’s fastest expansion for nine years and strong growth in German spurred the EU’s vigorous economic recovery in the third quarter.
UN: EU cooperation with Libya to stem migrant flow 'inhuman'
The European Union's policy of helping the Libyan authorities intercept migrants in the Mediterranean and return them to "horrific" prisons in Libya is "inhuman", the United Nations said Tuesday.
Is European Union collapsing?
By Hossein Ziaee*
EU countries sign key defense pact
The EU took a step toward closer defense ties Monday, with 23 states signing a landmark pact aiming to boost cooperation after Brexit.
Deputy FM stresses rapid obviation of Iran-EU banking problems
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Morteza Sarmadi underscored the need for the EU to persuade other parties to remain committed to the 2015 nuclear deal and remove banking problems with Tehran.
EU ministers reiterate support for Iran nuclear deal
IAEA reaffirms Iran’s compliance with JCPOA
Foreign ministers of the three European parties to the Iran nuclear agreement emphasized the necessity for saving the nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 group – Russia, China, the US, Britain, France and Germany.
Mogherini condoles families of Iran quake victims
EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini on Monday expressed sympathy with the families of the victims of the strong earthquake that struck the border region of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Iraq on Sunday evening in west of Iran.
Hogan: EU-Iran 2017 deals worth €10b
Iran and the European Union signed agreements worth €10 billion this year, announced the EU commissioner for agriculture and rural development.
EU Brexit chief preparing for 'possible' failure
EU Brexit chief Michel Barnier said Sunday that he is making contingency plans for the "possible" failure of divorce talks with Britain, which he has given two weeks to reach preliminary agreement on key issues.
Iran, EU deals worth €10b: EU commissioner
Agreements signed between Iran and the European Union this year are worth €10 billion, said Phil Hogan, EU commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development.
EU urges using opportunities in post sanctions era
Iran and the European Union should enhance their cooperation further to compensate for the loss caused by the sanctions against Iran, the EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development said.
EU commissioner to help resolve Iran's banking problems
Veep: Iran ‘credible partner’ for EU
EU delegation due in Tehran today
A high-ranking delegation headed by the European Union Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Phil Hogan will be in Tehran today as part of efforts to boost Tehran-EU relations in all areas.

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