Brussels European Council – Presidency Conclusions, October 2009

Sectors : Peace-building and peacekeeping, Agriculture
Organisation : EU
Date made: 
Heads Of State
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“41. The European Council endorses the conclusions of the Council meeting of 27 October on Afghanistan and Pakistan and welcomes the adoption of the plan for strengthened EU action in the region. The Plan of Action will strengthen the civilian capacity of the state institutions in Afghanistan and Pakistan. The European Union now stands stronger to respond to the challenges facing the region...

...43. The European Council shares the concern about the deteriorating security situation in Pakistan and supports the government of Pakistan in its efforts to establish control over all areas of the country. The European Union stands ready to assist the affected population.”


Commitments in: Agriculture


The European Council remains fully committed to finding a diplomatic solution to the issue of Iran’s nuclear programme and urges Iran to fully co-operate in this effort. The European Council reaffirms its grave concern over the development of Iran’s nuclear programme and Iran’s persistent failure to meet its international obligations. The recent disclosure of a facility intended for enrichment near Qom has further deepened its concerns...

...The European Council will continue to review all aspects of the Iranian nuclear issue and will decide in the context of the dual track approach on our next steps.”