Since July 2019, Iran has begun to roll back the implementation of its obligations under the JCPoA to an ever increasing extent. Germany, France and the UK have now triggered the Dispute Resolution Mechanism envisaged by the JCPoA. Their objective is to preserve the Agreement.
A number of things are changing at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). In Berlin, State Secretary Michaelis received acting Commissioner-General Saunders for discussions about the organisation’s reform process.
Germany, France and the United Kingdom are working closely together with regard to Syria, in the fight against ISIS and on Iran. Foreign Minister Maas is meeting his colleagues in Paris to discuss current challenges and courses of action.
Regional security in the Persian Gulf and the future of the nuclear agreement with Iran, the JCPOA, were the topics at today’s EU Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels.
Foreign Minister Maas meets the Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council. On the agenda: tension in the Persian Gulf, the Qatar crisis and the conflict in Yemen. Maas’ message: Dialogue is the only way to reduce tension in the region.