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The West has a moral obligation to Nagorno Karabakh

Since the end of the Second Karabakh War in autumn 2020, the Armenian population in Nagorno-Karabakh – also known as the self-proclaimed Republic of...

President Christodoulides: “no border changes will stem from violence and war”

Cyprus' President Nikos Christodoulides presented to the European Parliament his vision for the future of Europe, focusing on geopolitically-driven challenges. As part of the 'This...

5th European Parliament of persons with disabilities

On 23 May, the hemicycle of the European Parliament in Brussels hosted the “5th European Parliament of Persons with Disabilities” - an event during...

Swedish Presidency and EC to co-host high level conference on LGBTIQ people’s equal rights

On 12 April, participants from throughout the EU gather to jointly identify and share experiences from their work promoting LGBTIQ people’s rights and opportunities....

EU allocates €9 million to assist refugees from Burundi

The EU has allocated €9 million to assist Burundian refugees in neighbouring countries and those who voluntarily returned home. Since 2020, Burundian refugees –...

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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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