East Med Fuel Discussion board to boost regional ties, increase EU vitality safety

Egypt, Israel, Greece, Cyprus, Italy, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority established the East Mediterranean Fuel Discussion board (EMGF) as an

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EU Council President Michel exits quarantine

Charles Michel, the President of EU Council on Friday exited the precautionary quarantine after producing a second unfavorable COVID-19 take

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4 extra member states be part of EU medical strategic stockpile

Denmark, Greece, Hungary and Sweden have joined Germany and Romania as host nations of the rescEU medical tools strategic reserve,

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Belarus opposition chief Tikhanovskaya asks MEPs for sanctions, truthful elections

Addressing the members of the European Parliament’s International Affairs Committee on Monday, Belarusian opposition candidate, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya requested for EU

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Germany’s LNG quid professional quo to US to stave off Nord Stream 2 sanctions

Berlin reportedly supplied to spend €1 billion to construct two liquefied pure fuel (LNG) terminals if Washington agreed to not

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EU Council President pledges to defend Cyprus rights

EU Council President Charles Michel on Wednesday pledged that the EU will defend the pursuits of Cyprus amid “worrying developments”

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Oil firms signal Caspian Environmental Safety Initiative

NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan – A Memorandum of Understanding for the creation of the Caspian Environmental Safety Initiative (CEPI) between Kazakh nationwide

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France steers EU consideration to Greece-Turkey standoff in East Med

French President Emmanuel Macron has taken a robust place in help of the rights of Greece and Cyprus, calling on

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EU urges UK to withdraw invoice or danger collapse of post-Brexit talks

UK’s transfer to probably undertake the inner market invoice has “significantly broken” EU’s belief to the nation, the Fee’s Vice-President,

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Fee’s reshuffle sees Eire dropping commerce portfolio

Following a reshuffle in Ursula von der Leyen’s Faculty of Commissioners, Latvia’s former Prime Minister and Fee’s Government Vice-President, Valdis

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EU’s prime diplomat discusses Libya, East Med with Egypt’s President, FM

In gentle of widespread challenges within the Jap Mediterranean, Europe’s prime diplomat, Josep Borrell on Friday travelled to Cairo, the

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Navalny incident hurts Russia’s picture however not Nord Stream 2

Strain is reportedly mounting on Angela Merkel as opposition events are asking the German Chancellor to desert Gazprom’s Nord Stream

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Pope Francis requires dialogue, respect for worldwide legislation within the Japanese Mediterranean

Pope Francis has referred to as for dialogue and respect for worldwide legislation within the Japanese Mediterranean, as tensions between

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US walks alone in Iran sanctions, EU goes different method

The European Union stays dedicated to implementing the Iran nuclear deal as a matter of respecting worldwide agreements and of

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Germany’s Overseas Minister to go to Athens, Ankara amid tensions in Japanese Mediterranean

Germany’s Overseas Minister Heiko Maas is ready to go to Athens and Ankara on Tuesday, in a bid to ease

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Hungary to tighten journey restrictions from September

Hungary’s authorities is advising residents to keep away from travelling overseas from the beginning of subsequent month, and is planning

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Turkey converts one other Byzantine church right into a mosque

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday issued a presidential decree re-converting the historic Byzantine church of the Holy Saviour

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US, Greece to broaden vitality cooperation

The US and Greece reviewed their increasing cooperation on August 20 with Washington specializing in the Alexandroupolis Floating Storage Regasification

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An excessive amount of provide, too little demand, OPEC+ needs manufacturing cuts

Fearing gradual oil demand restoration, the Group of Petroleum Exporting Nations (OPEC) and its allies, a gaggle referred to as

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EU to think about ‘all choices’ for Turkey’s actions within the Japanese Mediterranean

The European Union will contemplate “all choices” to reply to Turkey’s unlawful actions within the Japanese Mediterranean, EU Council Charles

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EU to impose sanctions on Belarus over election fraud, violence

Europe’s leaders have determined to “shortly” impose sanctions towards a “substantial” variety of people accountable for violence, repression and the

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