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There is no judicial independence in Georgia: Gvaramia remains in prison

Today the Supreme Court of Georgia declared inadmissible the cassation appeal and ruled to leave Nika Gvaramia in prison.  In May 2022, a court sentenced Nika Gvaramia,...

MEPs commend Kosovo’s achievements in democratisation

In a report adopted on Wednesday, Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs call on the Government of Kosovo and the representatives of Kosovo Serbs to commit...

Serbia: Alignment with EU´s common foreign policy in decline

MEPs call on the EU to reconsider the extent of financial assistance provided by the EU to Serbia if support for anti-democratic regimes continues. Accession...

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...

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EU membership talks to start for Moldova and Ukraine

The European Union has agreed to launch membership negotiations...

German minister tries talking China out of retaliation tariffs

German economy minister Robert Habeck arrived in China on...

Amazon announces a further €10 billion investment in jobs and innovations in Germany

Tech giant Amazon announced on Wednesday its plan to...

China ready for pork new tariffs as retaliation against EV hike

China decided to open an anti-dumping investigation on pork...

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