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EuroLat: serious concern about migration and trade protectionism

The worsening migration situation in Latin America and Europe worries parliamentarians in both regions, who also warn against increasing trade protectionism. In a joint declaration...

Alessio Scopelliti: Salvini gains voters both in government and in opposition

Last August the leader of the far-right League party provoked a government crisis in Italy by withdrawing his party’s support to the governing coalition....

Hristo Ivanov: Bulgaria is a text-book example of what is termed “captured state”

Over the last five years, the European Commission has had to address several cases of breaching the rule of law, as well as rampant...

A safer future through effective multilateralism

Our contemporary world is rife with divisions, characterised by uncertainty, and marked by conflicts. The increased mistrust between our countries and within our societies,...

Pro-European forces win a strong but complex majority

The European elections produced some unexpected and positive results. Participation increased significantly and the highly anticipated populist and extremist break-through did not materialise. They...

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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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