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September 03, 2011 
Participants pose for family photos at the Informal Meeting for Ministers of Foreign Affairs (Gymnich)... 
Sopot, Poland 
Participants pose for family photos at the Informal Meeting for Ministers of Foreign Affairs at a hotel... 
Participants pose for family photos at the Informal Meeting for Ministers of Foreign Affairs (Gymnich) at a hotel in Sopot, northern Poland September 3, 2011. The European Union imposed a ban on purchases of Syrian oil on Saturday and targeted three Syrian firms in an expanded sanctions list meant to intensify pressure against President Bashar al-Assad's government. The participants are: (front row L-R) Latvia's Girts Kristovskis, Greece's Stavros Lambrinidis, Ireland's Eamon Gilmore, Denmark's State Secretary Peter Michael Zilmer-Johns, European Union's foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, Poland's Radoslaw Sikorski, European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy Stefan Fule, Cyprus' Erato Kozakou Marcoullis, Lithuania's Evaldas Ignatavicius, Italy's Franco Frattini, Luxembourg's Jean Asselborn, (middle row L-R) Germany's Guido Westerwelle, Romania's Teodor Anatol Baconschi, Bulgaria's Nikolay Mladenov, Britain's William Hague, Slovakia's Mikulas Dzurinda, Netherlands' Uriel Rosenthal, Parliamentary Secretary for Consumers, fair competition, local councils and public dialogue of Malta Chris Said, Estonia's Urmas Paet, Austria's Michael Spindelegger, Finland's Erkki Tuomioja, Portugal's Paulo Portas (back row L-R) Montenegro's Milan Rocen, Croatia's Gordan Jandrokovic, Hungary's Janos Martonyi, Spain's Trinidad Jimenez, Czech Republic's Karel Schwarzenberg, Slovenia's Samuel Zbogar, France's Alain Juppe, Sweden's Carl Bildt, Belgium's Steven Vanackere, Turkey's Ahmet Davutoglu, Macedonia's Nikola Poposki and Iceland's Ossur Skarphedinsson. Participants are foreign ministers unless otherwise stated. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS) 
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