UK Secretariat of State for Foreing and Commenwealth Affairs William Hague talks to the press prior a Foreign Affairs Council on April 14,2014 at the EU Headquarters at the Kirchberg Conference Centre in Luxembourg. (AFP PHOTO / GEORGES GOBET)
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The European Union could hold an emergency summit next week to impose further sanctions against Russia if there is no breakthrough at talks with Ukraine in Geneva Thursday, France's foreign minister said Monday.At a meeting in Luxembourg, several EU foreign ministers threatened Moscow with new sanctions over its actions in eastern Ukraine, although some said diplomacy should be given time before firm decisions are taken. France's Laurent Fabius said he hoped "fundamental questions" about Ukraine would be tackled at Thursday's meeting involving Russia, Ukraine, the U.S. and the EU. Ukraine dominated Monday's talks among EU foreign ministers after Kiev threatened military action against pro-Russian separatists occupying government buildings in the east.Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said the EU must now agree how the list could be expanded.
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