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Parliament: Concerns in Greece, Spain, Malta, and across the EU

Parliament points to worrying trends based on the Commission’s latest findings across the EU and highlights specific concerns in the three member states. During a joint...

Charles Michel says Moldova has EU’s full support

Charles Michel has assured Moldova that it has the European Union's full support on its road to membership of the bloc in what he...

Hungary in fight with EU over COVID funds

The European Union restated that Hungary needs to significantly reform its judiciary towards a more independent system if the country wants access to the...

S&Ds: “Serious, sustained and systemic breach of the rule of law in Poland”

Today, the committee on civil liberties, justice and home affairs overwhelmingly voted in favour of a report criticising the continuing deterioration of democracy, the...

EU opens accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia

Foreign Affairs Committee Chair welcomes EU member states’ decision to open accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia. Following the Council of Ministers’ decision to...

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UK and EU to jointly tackle illegal immigration

The UK and its former EU partners have agreed...

The Netherlands concludes ten-year security agreement with Ukraine

The Netherlands and Ukraine are to sign a security...

Latvian FM Krišjānis Kariņš underlines the need to strengthen cooperation between Latvia and India

On 22 February 2024, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Krišjānis Kariņš, during the third day of his...

Dutch PM Rutte leads race for NATO top job

Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte emerged as the frontrunner...

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