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Maersk Akan Hindari Laut Merah Meskipun Ada Operasi Keamanan Uni Eropa

COPENHAGEN: Shipping company Maersk said on Friday it was too early to resume sailings through the Red Sea due to a continued elevated risk level, despite an EU initiative to increase safety in the region.
Maersk, one of the world’s biggest container shipping companies, suspended Red Sea traffic on Jan. 5 and has since redirected ships via the Cape of Good Hope.

Source: Maersk will avoid Red Sea despite EU security operation

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2481346/middle-east

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Pimpinan Dewan Kerjasama Teluk Bahas Perang di Gaza dan Topik Lain dengan Para Pejabat Uni Eropa

LONDON: The secretary-general of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Jasem Albudaiwi, held a series of meetings with EU officials in Belgium on Tuesday about ways to strengthen Gulf-European relations and cooperation in efforts to address regional issues.

During a session at the EU headquarters in Brussels with members of the EU Political and Security Committee, including its chairperson Delphine Pronk, Albudaiwi reviewed the strength and depth of the cooperation between the GCC and the EU at all levels.

Source: Gulf Cooperation Council chief discusses war in Gaza, other topics with EU officials

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2479461/middle-east

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Ombudsman Sampaikan Kekhawatiran atas Kesepakatan Migrasi Uni Eropa dengan Mesir

BRUSSELS: The European Union’s rights watchdog raised concern on Tuesday about the bloc’s new 7.4 billion euro ($8.03 billion) agreement with Egypt that includes provisions to curb migration, saying it falls short on human rights safeguards.
The 27-nation EU has sealed similar pacts with Mauritania, Tunisia, Turkiye and other countries since 2016 as it seeks to reduce irregular arrivals. Rights groups have sharply criticized those pacts as ignoring humanitarian law.

Source: Ombudsman raises concern over EU migration deal with Egypt

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2479316/world

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Borrell dari Uni Eropa Sebut Israel Sebabkan Kelaparan Di Gaza

BRUSSELS: EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said on Monday that Israel is provoking famine in Gaza and using starvation as a weapon of war, an accusation Israel’s foreign minister rejected.
“In Gaza we are no longer on the brink of famine, we are in a state of famine, affecting thousands of people,” Borrell said at the opening of a conference on humanitarian aid for Gaza in Brussels.
“This is unacceptable. Starvation is used as a weapon of war. Israel is provoking famine.”

Source: EU’s Borrell says Israel is provoking famine in Gaza

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2478556/middle-east

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Emir Qatar Bahas Krisis Gaza dengan Para Pejabat Tinggi Uni Eropa

LONDON: Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani on Wednesday received a phone call from the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, state new agency QNA reported.
During the call, they discussed ways to strengthen cooperation between Qatar and the EU.
They also discussed “key regional and global developments, particularly the situation in the Gaza Strip and the Occupied Palestinian Territories,” QNA said.

Source: Qatar’s emir discusses Gaza crisis with top EU officials

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2476241/middle-east

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Utusan Uni Eropa Tegaskan Kembali Komitmen Terhadap Solusi Jangka Panjang di Gaza

RIYADH: Christophe Farnaud, the EU ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Oman, outlined the bloc’s three priorities regarding the Gaza crisis: humanitarian assistance, joint action, and the search for a long-term solution.

“We do have to face it and find a collective solution … It would be up to the parties in the end to decide, but we around them have to be committed as much as possible to find a solution,” Farnaud said in an interview with Arab News.

Source: EU envoy reaffirms commitment to long-term solutions in Gaza

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2474456/saudi-arabia