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Sweden running for seat on IMO Council

Sweden is running for a seat on the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council. The Council is the IMO’s executive body comprising 40 members. The...

OSCE: Parliamentary elections in Bulgaria competitive, but frequent changes erode trust

Bulgaria’s 2 April early parliamentary elections were competitive and well-managed but, while the legal framework is adequate for holding democratic elections, frequent changes erode...

Kazakhstan: Parliamentary elections introduced elements of competitiveness to the political arena, although limitations on fundamental freedoms remain

The 19 March early parliamentary elections were held in the context of reforms introduced to bring Kazakhstan closer to holding elections in line with...

National recovery plans: historic opportunity for long-term sustainable growth

Parliament insists that national recovery plans must fully meet the agreed requirements and targets for fair and green growth and digital transformation The resolution on...

The EC approves massive subsides for electric batteries

The European Commission's anti-trust body approved €3.2bn in German, French, Italian, Polish, Belgian, Swedish, and Finnish state subsidies aimed at helping Europe boost its...

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EU and Serbia sign strategic partnership on critical raw materials

The European Union and the Republic of Serbia have...

The extreme right introduces vulgar behaviour in the European Parliament

On 18 July, Ursula Von der Leyen was reelected...

India enraged by new EU tax on carbon emissions

India may be damaged up until 0.05% of its...

False claims about Nigeria-EU pact fuels LGBT controversy

Widespread misinformation about an EU partnership pact has generated...

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