Putin follows Milosevic to The Hague?

Brussels 01.01.2022 Russian President Vladimir Putin should go on trial in Ukraine this year for war crimes committed there, says an expert who led the prosecution of former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic. Ukraine war: Putin should face trial this year, says top lawyer https://t.co/77bWyGuJ7U — BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) January 1, 2023 Sir Geoffrey Nice…

EU: Leyen compares UK-Ireland to Ukraine

Brussels 03.12.2022 The European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen (pictured) risked a diplomatic row with the UK by likening Britain’s rule in Ireland to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. A dangerous game, given that the only power making laws undemocratically for part of a foreign country in Europe today (Russia apart) is the EU. Ursula…

EU-US-UK: react of food crisis

Brussels 14.11.2022 “The world faces acute food and nutrition challenges. Conflict, climate change and the lasting impacts of COVID-19 are having devastating effects on local and global food systems and the people who rely on them. Russia’s unprovoked aggression against Ukraine has significantly worsened these challenges and vulnerabilities” reads the EU-US-UK joint statement on global…

Michel on Queen Elizabeth II legacy

Brussels 09.09.2022 “We remember a remarkable woman today. A remarkable human being. Who shouldered an immense responsibility over the past 70 years. Her inspiration has spanned generations. And touched the lives of so many” writes the president of the European Council Charles Michel. We will do our part to carry on her legacy. Her special legacy…

Borrell: Queen Elizabeth Il remarkable reign

Brussels 09.09.2022 “Queen Elizabeth Il’s remarkable reign oversaw key events of the 20th & 21st century. The EU pays tribute to her unique contribution to building peace & reconciliation” the EU top diplomat Josep Borrell writes. “While her loss will be felt around the world, our immediate thoughts are with her family & the people…

Assange at edge of extradition

Brussels 18.06.2022 Wikileaks founder Julian Assange extradition to the U.S. has been approved by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel. Mr Assange has 14 days to appeal over the decision, the Home Office confirmed. BREAKING: UK Home Secretary approves extradition of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange to the US where he would face a 175 year sentence…

Crimes Group in support of Ukraine

Brusssels 27.05.2022 This week the European Union, the United States, and the United Kingdom announced the creation of the Atrocity Crimes Advisory Group (ACA), a mechanism aimed at ensuring efficient coordination of their respective support to accountability efforts on the ground. The ACA will reinforce current EU, US and UK efforts to further accountability for…

Draghi: avenues for peace dialogue

Brussels 19.04.2022 “So far, Putin’s goal has not been the search for peace, but the attempt to annihilate the Ukrainian resistance, occupy the country and entrust it to a friendly government. We will stay close to our Ukrainian friends: the reopening of our Embassy in Kiev is good news. Yesterday I heard from our ambassador…

NATO pledge for heavy weapons to Ukraine

Brussels 07.04.2022 The NATO member states have agreed to supply new types of advanced weaponry to Ukraine, alliance representatives have said, as Kyiv prepares for a next offensive by Russia in the Donbass region. #NATO Allies have been providing substantial support to help #Ukraine🇺🇦 defend itself, and push back the invading Russian forces#ForMin | @jensstoltenberg…

Borrell sends EU formal response to Lavrov

Brussels 10.02.2022 Anna van Densky: The European Union has formally handed over its collective response to the letter of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on the European security issues, the EEAS spokesperson announced, and Russian diplomatic mission to the EU confirmed. EU formally conveys collective response to Russian Foreign Minister’s letter:https://t.co/NPEtwCzgFj pic.twitter.com/SdUN4hrMFW — TASS (@tassagency_en)…