Merkel, von der Leyen urge EU deal on restoration fund

German Chancellor Angela Merkel together with the chief of the European Fee, Ursula von der Leyen, have pushed for an

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EU launches authorized motion in opposition to Greece, Italy for violating passenger rights

The European Fee on Thursday determined to take additional steps within the infringement process in opposition to Greece and Italy,

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EU summons Venezuelan envoy in reciprocal transfer

Europe’s prime diplomat Josep Borrell stated on Tuesday the EU would summon the Venezuelan ambassador to the EU, Claudia Salerno

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Spain’s Calviño, Eire’s Donohoe, Luxembourg’s Gramegna to compete for Eurogroup Presidency

The Finance Ministers of Spain, Eire and Luxembourg on Thursday put ahead their candidacy for Eurogroup’s Presidency, following the announcement made

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Cyprus strikes forward with LNG terminal works eyeing EU market

Pure Gasoline Infrastructure Firm of Cyprus (ETYFA) has issued the Discover to Proceed to the Consortium that was awarded the

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Europe’s regulators again circumstances for Lufthansa’s recapitalisation

The European Fee on Thursday authorised Berlin’s plans plans to contribute €6 bn to the recapitalisation of Deutsche Lufthansa AG

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European nations might bar US travellers over coronavirus failures

European Union nations in search of to revive their economies are able to to bar entry to US residents as

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German Inexperienced MEP sufferer of Belgian ‘police violence’

Pierrette Herzberger-Fofana, a German MEP of the Greens occasion advised EU lawmakers on Wednesday’s plenary session she was a sufferer

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Trump Administration’s controversial Kosovo gambit accelerates

Whereas not surprising, the Trump Administration has moved quicker than many observers anticipated to restart its ongoing diplomatic initiative to

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EU-UK to accentuate post-Brexit talks

Following a high-level convention between UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the nation’s Brexit negotiator David Frost, the Minister for the

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Europe’s prime diplomat expresses ‘critical issues’ over Trump’s ICC sanctions

EU’s prime diplomat Josep Borrell has voiced “critical issues” over the US President Donald Trump’s choice to authorise sanctions in

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EU desires states prepared for post-COVID vitality pickup

ATHENS – Regardless of the unprecedented coronavirus disaster, the European vitality system has proved resilient however all member states want

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Visegrad group requires ‘honest’ distribution of EU funds

The Prime Ministers of the Visegrad 4 (V4) international locations have referred to as for a “honest” allocation of EU’s

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Hungary’s Orban urges EU to finish sanctions towards Belarus

Following an official assembly held on Friday with the Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban known as on

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EU reiterates assist for EastMed pipe, urges Turkey to respect worldwide regulation

The European Union helps the EastMed fuel pipeline undertaking as one choice of tapping fuel provides from the East Mediterranean

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EU’s chief Brexit negotiator calls on the UK to point out ‘extra realism’ in commerce talks

Europe’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier mentioned on Sunday the UK must “present extra realism” if it goals at reaching

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EU slams US choice to finish waivers for JCPOA nuclear initiatives in Iran

The European Union deeply regrets the choice of the US Administration to finish the three sanctions waivers masking vital Iran

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US mulls extra sanctions on Nord Stream 2

The US is contemplating drafting additional sanctions on the controversial Nord Stream 2 pure gasoline pipeline from Russia to Germany

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EU – Japan to refrain from ‘unnecessary barriers’ amid pandemic

The EU-Japan leaders agreed to eliminate all “unnecessary barriers” between the two sides amid the Coronavirus pandemic, in a bid

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Germany’s Health Minister says Trump ‘has a point’ on WHO

The US president Donald Trump “does have a point” when criticising the World Health Organisation (WHO), as the body needs

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Commission says inequalities and corruption still high, emergency powers too broad in Hungary

In a draft recommendations text published on May 20, the European Commission supported that corruption, accountability and inequalities in Hungary

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Russia’s Nord Stream 2 faces another legal setback but can still fight in court

The General Court of the European Union on May 20 rejected a challenge by the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline

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EU’s chief Brexit negotiator calls for progress in trade talks despite ‘limited time’

In an exchange of letters with his British counterpart David Frost, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier called for

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Clear the air: COVID-19 lockdown wind-down shows NO2 and CO comeback

After nearly four months since coronavirus restrictions started in China, global statistics about air quality, as measured by Nitrogen Dioxide

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Borrell says Brussels will never again bow to China

Josep Borrell, EU’s top diplomat said Europe will never again bow to Chinese pressure, after a letter co-signed by EU27

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Baltics to reopen borders to one another from May 15

The leaders of the three Baltic states have decided to lift a travel ban imposed to contain the spread of

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EU’s trade chief says no sign UK wants post-Brexit trade talks to succeed

Phil Hogan, EU’s trade chief said that there is “no real sign” that Britain wants the post-Brexit trade talks to

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Israel to lease unmanned drones to Greece for border security

Israel will lease the Heron unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) system to Greece for a three-year period, following a deal between

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World donors pledge €7.4 billion in EU-led coronavirus vaccine fundraiser

World leaders, companies and international organisations have pledged €7.4 bn ($8.07 bn) for vaccine, diagnostics and treatment against Covid-19, during

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Erdoğan joins EU-led efforts for Covid-19 vaccine fund

Following talks held last week with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan joined

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Balkan energy infrastructure key in post-COVID 19 economic recovery

Energy infrastructure will still play an important role in southern Europe and the Balkans as the countries in the region

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12 EU countries want airline vouchers to replace refunds

On Wednesday, 12 countries across Europe requested that the EU rules allow for airlines to provide passengers with vouchers instead

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Southern Europe wants EU plan to salvage tourism in 2020

The countries of Europe’s South urged on Monday the European Commission to include the tourism sector in its Recovery Fund,

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EU offers Cyprus wavering support over Turkish drilling

EU Foreign Affairs Ministers meeting via a teleconference on April 22 expressed concern over Turkey’s drilling activity in the Eastern

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UK and EU agree three negotiating rounds for post-Brexit deal

Following a “constructive” videoconference meeting held on Wednesday April 15, UK and EU agreed on the need to organise further

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Italy’s PM Conte tries to unite governing parties over ESM

In a post published on Facebook on Wednesday, Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte tried to unite the country’s governing parties over

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European Parliament initiates launch of alliance for a Green Recovery

At the initiative of European Parliament’s Environment Committee Chairman Pascal Canfin, 180 political decision-makers, business leaders, trade unions, NGOs, and

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ECB to accept Greek bonds as collateral during Covid-19 pandemic

The European Central Bank (ECB) announced on Tuesday a package of temporary collateral easing measures, including a waiver to accept

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