European perception of Iran: presidential election and the nuclear proliferation crisis. (July - August 2013)


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Overview of the latest EU official documents, publications of the Consortium, and publications from the network regarding the ongoing nuclear proliferation crisis in Iran.


“In the case of Iran, the EU remains deeply concerned about their nuclear programme and continues to be engaged in renewed efforts aimed at finding a negotiated solution. Our objective remains to reach a comprehensive long-term settlement, which would restore international confidence in the exclusively peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear programme, ensuring that Iran is in compliance with all its obligations under the NPT, as well as relevant UNSC and IAEA Board of Governors resolutions, while fully respecting its right to the peaceful uses of nuclear energy.”

Ambassador Jacek Bylica,
Special Envoy for Non-Proliferation and Disarmament European External Action Service,
Second Session of the Preparatory Committee to the NPT Annual Meeting of States Parties,
22 April - 3 May 2013, Geneva, Switzerland.

EU documents

Council Decisions and Regulations

Common positions

EEAS Six-monthly Progress Reports

(since 2006, there has always been a Iran section in the progress reports. Here are only the ones that reflect changes in EU policies towards Iran.)

Publications of the Consortium

Latest publications from the network

Focus Archives