Tuesday, February 05, 2013

talks to resume


Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi, right, hugs former NATO Secretary General Javier Solana as he arrives for the Security Conference in Munich, Germany, on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013. (photo credit: AP/Matthias Schrader)

http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/world/iran-nuclear-talks-to-resume-20130204-2dthe.html

Feb=2  x ( 03.+(2+0+1)+3)  = 2x  3 3 3 = you name it:666

The EU’s head of foreign policy has arrived in Tehran ahead of what are likely to be intense talks… 06/06/06 07:06 CET


On 9 September 2009( =09/09/09) Iran transmitted a "Package of Proposals for Comprehensive and Constructive Negociations" to the Six. Mr Solana, High Representative ...

stay tuned!
farmer

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

High Praise for Javier Solana


http://www.euractiv.com/euro-finance/delors-disciple-americans-britis-interview-517641

The British and the Americans used the press to attack the euro , but the strategy failed and it's now the dollar that is in trouble, contends Marc Luyckx Ghisi, a researcher close to former European Commission President Jacques Delors.

Marc Luyckx Ghisi was a member of the prestigious Forward Studies Unit of the European Commission from 1990-1999. The unit was created by Jacques Delors, Commission president from 1985 to 1994, to foster a long-term view of Europe.

He spoke to EurActiv Slovakia Chief Editor Zuzana Gabrizova.

Your message is that the European Union represents a new paradigm in politics and in economics. Can you explain in what aspects?

The first evidence is in the Treaties. The EU is the first success in the world in established by Treaties, a policy of permanent non-violence between member states. In 1950, what [Jean] Monnet, Robert Schuman, [Alcide] De Gasperi and [Paul-Henri] Spaak wanted was to make war impossible between France and Germany. Now, without knowing it, they have introduced a new political paradigm in the world. Like a few centuries ago, we have introduced the rule of law, which was a big jump in non-violence inside the state.

Now we have introduced non-violence between the states. It means that the EU is obliged, and it does it in silence, to craft and imagine new tools of non-violent foreign policy. Javier Solana has done wonderful work in that direction. I am not sure that for the moment EU foreign policy is as creative.