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4 pm. (MEZ)the European Parliament discusses how Russia’s war in Ukraine impacts third countries.

6 pm. EU-China relations are on the agenda.

07:30 pm. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell addresses the Iranian regime’s increased crackdown on protesters.

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