Diplomatic Café: 14 March Foreign Affairs Council insights

ViEUws and B2  go behind the scene of European diplomacy. Johanna Bouquet, journalist at B2, is joined by Nicolas Gros-Verheyde, Editor-in-Chief of Bruxelles2, to discuss the main issues on the agenda of the Foreign Affairs Council on Monday 14 March 2016.

Foreign Affairs ministers will discuss what could be done -and to what extent- to foster relations with  Russia. The latest developments in Libya will also be examined by ministers with the helping hand of Martin Kobler, Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya. Iran will also be on the table, with hopes to resume the general bilateral EU-Iran relations and finally, the sensitive issue of the Middle East peace process will be addressed, with a special eye on the French-led initiative to soothe the situation in the Middle East. Nicolas Gros-Verheyde and Johanna Bouquet have the story.

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