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Global Europe 22-01-2018

Spurned by Trump, Europeans ponder how to meet Iran ultimatum

A day before Donald Trump’s 12 January ultimatum to “fix” the Iran nuclear deal, European powers met Iran’s foreign minister to show support for it, but the effort failed to soften Trump’s aversion to the accord, US and European officials said.
Central Asia 30-08-2017

EU hails inauguration of international uranium bank in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan inaugurated a Low Enriched Uranium Bank on Tuesday (29 August), backed by the IAEA. The EU, one of the project's biggest donours, hailed it as a “success for international cooperation” on non-proliferation. EURACTIV.com reports from Ust-Kamenogorsk and Astana.
Continued UK participation in Euratom can be assured on a provisional basis under the terms of the Article 50 secession treaty.
Brexit 12-07-2017

Duff: Brexit and Euratom: No need to panic

Incipient panic about the future of Britain’s nuclear industry has rocketed Euratom into the Brexit headlines. In doing so, staggering ignorance is displayed by too many MPs and journalists about the basic facts of the matter, writes Andrew Duff in BlogActiv.
Energy 02-09-2015

New partnerships will be required to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons

As nuclear power begins to take off in the developing world, the UN’s uranium bank in Kazakhstan will play an increasingly important role in preventing the spread of enrichment technology and ensuring security, writes Almaz Khamzayev.
Security 30-11-2004

Solana sees “new chapter” in EU-Iran nuclear talks

EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana sees the prospect of a "new chapter" being opened in the Union's relationship with Iran in the wake of the International Atomic Energy Agency's toned down resolution.
Security 24-11-2004

Iran “will never end” nuclear programme

Iran's foreign minister says that Tehran will never fully dismantle its nuclear capabilities, also voicing the country's concerns about the threat of a pre-emptive strike by Washington.
Security 15-11-2004

Iran agrees to suspend nuclear programme

Pending a final settlement with the EU, Iran has agreed to suspend most of its uranium enrichment activities in exchange for increased co-operation in trade and energy.
Security 28-10-2004

No progress at EU-Iran nuclear talks

Closed-door talks between EU and Iranian officials on Tehran's nuclear programme broke up in Vienna on 27 October without apparent agreement. The two sides did reportedly agree to hold further meetings on the issue.
Security 22-10-2004

Iran considers EU’s nuclear offer

Iran is considering a deal offered by key EU nations that seeks to resolve the stalemate over Tehran's uranium enrichment programme.
Security 22-07-2003

EU warns Tehran over nuclear programme

On 21 July, the EU's foreign ministers issued a strongly worded warning to Iran on its nuclear programme and on its human rights record.