Ministers 'agree to agree' on ramping up EU's Ebola response

European Union foreign ministers are clear on what's needed to step up efforts to fight Ebola in West Africa. But moving from acknowledging needs to concrete steps and results on the ground is proving much more difficult. Diederik Kramers reports from Brussels.

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  • Diederik Kramers

    Diederik Kramers is a freelance correspondent in Brussels covering EU and NATO affairs. A former spokesperson and communications officer for UNICEF and UNHCR, he previously worked as foreign desk and Eastern Europe editor for the Dutch press agency ANP and as editor-in-chief of the Dutch quarterly Ukraine Magazine.