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hank you, Mr. Chairman, for your warm words of introduction. I am delighted to serve as the Chairperson of the Informal Working Group which will report to the OSCE’s Security Committee and was established pursuant to PC Decision 1039.

Kremlin: Ukraine talks ‘full of misunderstandings and disagreements’

Putin, Poroshenko, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who all attended the meeting, plan to hold their own talks later on Friday (October 17).

Simona Volta, euronews correspondent reported: “In Milan it’s another day of bilateral and multilateral talks. Putin and Poroshenko’s positions remain different. Perhaps another day with no solution to the crisis between Russia and Ukraine.”

José Manuel Barroso tweeted this image of him with Van Rompuy and Poroshenko before the meeting.

France, Germany and Italy unite over job creation plan

The leaders of France, Germany and Italy have pledged to commit some 6.4 billion euros towards tackling youthunemployment.

UN scheme to boost Syrian children’s education given $316m donation

More than $316m (£193m) was pledged on Wednesday to support Syrian children affected by the conflict as part of a UN-led initiative to alleviate the impact of the crisis on young people.

The EU pledged $145m, the US $90m and the UK $81.6m to the No Lost Generation initiative, which was launched last year by a consortium of UN agencies, NGOs and international donors.

Manuel Valls wins German praise for plan to reform French economy

Manuel Valls has used his first visit to Berlin as French prime minister to try to convince Germany that his government is serious about making its economy more competitive, declaring that France “is not the sick child of Europe”.

The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, praised the reforms he outlined, but said it was up to the European commission to judge whether Paris should be granted yet more time to bring its public deficit down to EU treaty limits.

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