EU foreign ministers are meeting in Brussels on Monday with the issue of Varos on their agenda.
European ministers will discuss the “list of options” for measures against Ankara for actions in Varos.
“EU members show strong solidarity with Cyprus and now is the time to translate that solidarity into steady action,” a European official told reporters.
At the same time, he noted that the EU remains committed to developing “a mutually beneficial relationship with Turkey, but at the same time it requires a joint commitment from Turkey in accordance with the conclusions of the March European Council”.
In particular, the Foreign Ministers will have an extensive discussion on EU-Africa relations, addressing the overall situation on the continent and the challenges it faces in areas such as security, development, demographic development, health, democratic development and multilateral commitment.
The Council will then exchange views on Central Asia and the EU’s bilateral and regional engagement in the region, and will also address Afghanistan.
The third issue to be discussed by the Council will be Venezuela. In the current affairs, the Council will be informed about the concentration of Russian troops on the border with Ukraine, will discuss the issue of Varos, for Belarus and Ethiopia.
During the working lunch, the ministers will have an informal exchange of views with the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani.
Source From: Capital