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Josep Borrell
By Josep Borrell - May 03,2023
“Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers”.Laid down in the Universal Declaration of Human Rig
By Josep Borrell - Dec 01,2022
 BRUSSELS  —  In the more dangerous and unpredictable multipolar world in which we now live, trade relations remain of seminal importance. But they cannot be separated from geopolitics.
By Josep Borrell - Jul 05,2022
Are the sanctions against Russia useful?
By Josep Borrell - Jun 02,2022
BRUSSELS — Russia’s war in Ukraine has forced the European Union to address longstanding strategic challenges.
By Josep Borrell - Mar 02,2022
At this dark hour, when we see Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine and massive disinformation campaigns and information manipulation, it is essential to separate lies, invented to justify what cannot be justified, from facts.
By Josep Borrell - Feb 15,2022
Energy has always been among the most important geopolitical issues. With high prices and gas supplies challenges caused by the crisis with Russia, it is at the top of our agenda.
By Josep Borrell - Nov 24,2021
Rarely in the world have women’s and girls’ rights been challenged in such a concerning way as they have been in Afghanistan. The EU has made it clear that future EU development assistance will depend on the respect for norms on human rights, including women’s and girls’ rights.
By Josep Borrell - Nov 16,2021
BRUSSELS — A compass helps one find one’s way, and the “Strategic Compass” that I have drafted at the behest of the European Council will serve as an operational guide for the European Union’s development and decision-making on security and defense.
By Josep Borrell - May 28,2021
By the end of May 2021, only 2.1 per cent of Africans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
By Josep Borrell - Nov 15,2020
BRUSSELS — Joe Biden’s election as the next president of the United States has raised hopes in Europe of putting the transatlantic relationship back on track. But there can be no simple return to the past.



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