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The European Commission is launching a consultation for a fairer EU food supply chain European Union 

The European Commission is launching a consultation for a fairer EU food supply chain

  In a call from the European Commission on Wednesday, it calls on farmers, EU citizens and all stakeholders to share their views on the functioning of the food supply chain through an on-line consultation of 17 November. According to the information provided by the Commission, the added value of the food supply chain is not adequately covered by the... Read More
Speaker: The European Commission examines the UK proposal for the Customs Union European Union 

Speaker: The European Commission examines the UK proposal for the Customs Union

  The European Commission has taken note of the British proposal on a temporary customs union, an anonymous spokesman for the European Commission said on Tuesday. However, Guy Verhofstadt, the Brexit coordinator of the European Parliament, in his Twitter message, called the British proposal as a “fantasy”, he believes, “to be present at the same time and inside.” The spokesperson... Read More
Pál Völner: It seems as if Brussels wants to further the tension European Union 

Pál Völner: It seems as if Brussels wants to further the tension

  It seems that Brussels wants to further tensions and not seek solutions to Hungarian affairs – said Pál Völner, Parliamentary State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice on Saturday, on the Origo news portal. He said Monday that the government sends a response to the European Commission’s response to the non-governmental organizations involved in the field of foreign affairs... Read More
Contaminated eggs – Brussels calls “egg tip” to settle the situation European Union 

Contaminated eggs – Brussels calls “egg tip” to settle the situation

The European Commission is summoning the European Commission on Friday to discuss the accusation of disputes between the countries involved and to discuss the situation, because of contaminated eggs, Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Vytenis Andriukaitis announced on Friday. The meeting will be convened on 26 September, a spokesman for the EB said. The Lithuanian Commissioner has said that... Read More
Eurobarometer: confidence in the European Union is growing European Union 

Eurobarometer: confidence in the European Union is growing

One year after the referendum in the UK, the growing number of people in the EU are optimistic about the political and economic future of the European Union, and trust in European currency has been the strongest since 2004, the European Commission said on Wednesday. According to the survey, confidence in the European Union (EU) is growing and almost all... Read More
Polish courts – The European Commission has filed a lawsuit against Poland European Union 

Polish courts – The European Commission has filed a lawsuit against Poland

A letter of formal notice was sent by the European Commission to Poland, which initiated the infringement procedure due to the Polish regulations affecting the judiciary. The EU committee said on Saturday that the concerns expressed by the European Commission in its previous recommendations were not remedied, and even more seriously, the threat to judicial independence and the rule of... Read More
EU Commissioner: The EU will step up its efforts in the field of defense and security European Union 

EU Commissioner: The EU will step up its efforts in the field of defense and security

The European Union will step up its efforts to share information, fight terrorism financing and protect Europeans online, said Julian King, the UK’s EU Commissioner for Combating Terrorism, Organized Crime and Cybercrime in Brussels on Wednesday. The EU Commissioner presented the ninth outcome report on the implementation of the security union, saying that in July, the European Commission had put... Read More
Court of Justice: In this form, the EU-Canada Passenger Name Record Agreement can not be concluded European Union 

Court of Justice: In this form, the EU-Canada Passenger Name Record Agreement can not be concluded

The Agreement on the Transmission of Passenger Name Record (PNR) between the European Union and Canada can not be concluded in its current form because several of its provisions are incompatible with the fundamental rights recognized by the EU – the Court of Justice of the European Union decided on Wednesday. The European Union and Canada have negotiated an Agreement... Read More
FT: In defending European companies, Brussels is ready to punish US sanctions on Russia European Union World 

FT: In defending European companies, Brussels is ready to punish US sanctions on Russia

Brussels is considering responding to the United States if Washington introduces new sanctions against Russia that could seriously affect European companies, said British Business Day Financial Times. According to an article published in the online edition of the daily newspaper, Brussels fears that if Washington punishes Moscow for having intervened in last year’s US elections, it could have a disadvantage... Read More
The Juncker plan could have mobilized 225 billion euros in EU member states European Union 

The Juncker plan could have mobilized 225 billion euros in EU member states

For more than two years, more than 225 billion euros could be mobilized in the European Union Member States by the European Strategic Investment Fund (EFSI), called the Juncker Plan, the European Commission said on Monday. According to the Brussels body, the investments made in the twenty-eight member states in the framework of the Investment Incentive Facility launched in 2015... Read More
Turkish Minister: Ankara aims to become a full member of the European Union European Union 

Turkish Minister: Ankara aims to become a full member of the European Union

Turkey is aiming for full membership of the European Union and refusing to accept a lower-level partnership, Turkey’s EU Minister Ömer Celik announced on Tuesday in Brussels. At the European Economic and Social Committee’s meeting, the Head of the Cabinet stressed that the planned extension of the customs union is necessary with the European Union, but it does not in... Read More
It is unlikely that they will accept the UK proposal for EU citizens’ rights  European Union 

It is unlikely that they will accept the UK proposal for EU citizens’ rights

From the point of view of the European Union, everything is unacceptable, which is a limitation of the law, so it is unlikely that they will accept the British proposal for the rights of EU citizens – said Gergely Egedy, historian, National Educational University instructor on Wednesday, on the current channel M1. According to Gergely Egedy, the British proposal “does... Read More
The Secretary General of the Council of Europe expressed concern about the Polish judicial reform European Union 

The Secretary General of the Council of Europe expressed concern about the Polish judicial reform

He expressed concern at Thorbjorn Jagland, Secretary-General of the Council of Europe, on the planned judicial reform in Poland on Tuesday. The Secretary-General sent a letter to Marek Kuchchinsky, the president of the Polish Sejm, about the highly criticized draft law on the Supreme Court, which was presented to Parliament’s lower house last week. The former Norwegian Prime Minister stressed... Read More
Brexit – Moody’s: a recession can sink into the British economy without a Brexit agreement  European Union 

Brexit – Moody’s: a recession can sink into the British economy without a Brexit agreement

Many sectors of the British economy would be severely affected if London could not reach a comprehensive agreement with the European Union on the further link up until the end of British membership of the EU, and in this case, it is not possible to exclude the possibility of recession in the comprehensive sector analysis of Moody’s Investors Service .... Read More
European Commission: low unemployment rate for the EU European Union 

European Commission: low unemployment rate for the EU

Employment has been rising over the past few years in the European Union and unemployment has been the lowest since the economic crisis in 2008, according to the European Commission’s Monday report on employment and social development in Europe. The report shows that 10 million jobs have been created since 2013, with more than 234 million people currently working in... Read More
Martin Schulz: the creation of a “union union of European united democracies” European Union 

Martin Schulz: the creation of a “union union of European united democracies”

Martin Schulz: the creation of a “union union of European united democracies” By further developing the EU, a “political union of European united democracies” has to be established, said Martin Schulz, German Chancellor of the Social Democrats (SPD), in Berlin on Sunday. In his opening speech on the future of Germany and the EU, he emphasized that the European nation... Read More
A breach of procedure is due to Hungary for civil law Other European Union 

A breach of procedure is due to Hungary for civil law

The European Commission (EC) launched a lawsuit on Thursday against the law on foreign NGOs for Hungary. The Brussels panel has also introduced a new stage in the infringement procedure initiated by the amendment of the Higher Education Act. Christian Wigand, a spokeswoman, said at a regular press conference in the committee that a so-called official letter of formal notice... Read More
Porosenko: Brexit does not have to shadow Kiev-EU relations European Union 

Porosenko: Brexit does not have to shadow Kiev-EU relations

The withdrawal of Brexit, that is, the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, does not have to overshadow relations between Ukraine and the EU, said Ukrainian President Petro Porosenko on Thursday at a press conference closing the Ukraine-EU summit in Kiev, with Donald Tusk, European Council and Jean-Claude Juncker , With the President of the European Commission. The Ukrainian... Read More
The British do not pay their debt to the EU  European Union United Kingdom 

The British do not pay their debt to the EU

Foreign Minister Boris Johnson in the UK House of Commons declared that they are unwilling to pay the European Union the money they still hold to the organization. According to the union’s representatives, this is why negotiations on the exit of the British may be blocked, writes Guardian. On Tuesday, in the House of Commons, Boris Johnson talked about refusing... Read More
British Parliamentary Committee: The EU’s Mediterranean operation is ineffective European Union 

British Parliamentary Committee: The EU’s Mediterranean operation is ineffective

According to the EU Committee of the Lower House of the British Parliament, the operation of the European Union (EU) Sophia, which has been launched against human smuggling, is ineffective and sometimes inconsistent with the purpose. According to a study published on Wednesday by the committee in London, the sea operation launched in 2015 had little effect on curbing migration,... Read More
Ukrainian crisis – The ratification of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement has been completed European Union 

Ukrainian crisis – The ratification of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement has been completed

The Association Agreement between the European Union and Ukraine was officially approved on Tuesday by a council of EU Member States, ending the long-standing ratification process of the Convention. According to the press release of the Council, the contract will enter into force on 1 September. Most of the provisions of the Association Agreement and of the EU-Ukraine Free Trade... Read More
Century Foundation: The elite of Brussels is different than the people want European Union 

Century Foundation: The elite of Brussels is different than the people want

  The surveys show that the elite of the Brussels elite differ from what people would like them to think, said Zsolt Barthel-Rúzsa, chairwoman of the Századvég Alapítvány, on the M1 current channel on Monday, referring to a representative research. The survey of the “Project 28” representative survey was conducted between April 10 and May 31 in 28 countries of... Read More
The largest EP factions find the British proposal on the rights of foreign EU citizens to be inadequate  European Union 

The largest EP factions find the British proposal on the rights of foreign EU citizens to be inadequate

  The largest factions in the European Parliament (EP) find it inadequate for the proposals made by the British government to enforce the rights of foreign EU citizens living in Britain for the period after the expiration of the British EU membership. The widely quoted statement in the British press Monday, which was signed by Guy Verhofstadt, EP’s Brexit chief... Read More
Expert: Brussels and Ankara do not even seriously consider Turkey’s EU accession European Union 

Expert: Brussels and Ankara do not even seriously consider Turkey’s EU accession

    According to Turkey expert Tarik Demirkan, although they are pending the continuation of Turkey’s accession negotiations with the European Union, neither Brussels nor Ankara “does not seriously consider” this at present.     Tarik Demirkan, Editor-in-Chief of the Türkinfo portal on the current channel M1, said on Sunday: “very hard wall” for the EU in terms of Turkey, its population, its geographic... Read More
Polish papers: security and economic policy success Donald Trump’s visit to Warsaw European Union United States Of America 

Polish papers: security and economic policy success Donald Trump’s visit to Warsaw

 For Warsaw, security and economic policy success is the result of Donald Trump’s visit to Warsaw – they appreciate Friday’s press statements, highlighting the reference to NATO’s collective defense principle, the promise of regular US gas supplies, and the values ​​of Western civilization in the US president’s speech.     The Independent Right Center of the Rzeczpospolita newspaper dedicated more than one... Read More
G20 / Free Trade Negotiations – The provisions of CETA will be provisionally applied in September European Union 

G20 / Free Trade Negotiations – The provisions of CETA will be provisionally applied in September

On 21 September, the provisions of the Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and Canada (CETA) are provisionally applied, the two sides announced in a joint statement following Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Hamburg at the G20 summit On Saturday held a meeting.     The Free Trade Agreement was signed after a... Read More
The paper-based ticket in public transport will disappear in Madrid European Union 

The paper-based ticket in public transport will disappear in Madrid

 In Madrid, the paper-based ticket in public transport disappears at the end of the year, and the plastic publicity cards triggered by the local public transport company (CRTM) were sold on Friday.     The Multi card that you can use now is worth 2.5 euros (775 forints), and one-way tickets, 10 “collectible” tickets, and 1,2,3,5 or 7-day passes for tourists on... Read More
They once again emptied a migrant camp in Paris European Union 

They once again emptied a migrant camp in Paris

 The French authorities again evacuated an illegal migrant camp in Paris on Friday morning, where nearly three-thousand people lived on tents on sidewalks. The official action took place a few days before the government’s new bill on asylum law was submitted.     In the last two years, a spontaneous emerald migrant camp in the French capital has been reported 34 times... Read More
Illegal immigration – The former Italian Prime Minister demands the limitation of the number of migrants European Union 

Illegal immigration – The former Italian Prime Minister demands the limitation of the number of migrants

       “Numerus clausus”, that is, the introduction of the maximum number of admissions in Italy for migrants, was Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, the prime minister’s nominee for the center-left.         “We can not feel guilty if we can not accommodate all migrants,” the Italian media quoted the Democratic Party (PD) leader as saying. He added that if the EU closes its ports... Read More
They do not welcome members of the Turkish government in the Netherlands European Union 

They do not welcome members of the Turkish government in the Netherlands

   Tugrul Türkes, the deputy prime minister in charge of the Turkish diaspora, or other members of the Turkish government in the Netherlands is “undesirable” in view of the current state of bilateral relations between the two countries – he said in a statement issued by the Dutch government on Friday.     He added that Friday’s decision is a “natural consequence” of... Read More
The European Commission has published a survey on the impact of culture on the development of cities European Union Culture 

The European Commission has published a survey on the impact of culture on the development of cities

 The European Commission has published the results of a comparative study of European cities, highlighting how culture and creativity can contribute to the social development of cities, economic growth and job creation.     According to the EU Commission, the survey published on Thursday is intended to help decision-makers, representatives of the cultural and creative industries to identify local strengths and areas... Read More
A political agreement was reached on the EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement European Union World 

A political agreement was reached on the EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement

 After long negotiations, a political agreement on a free trade agreement between the European Union and Japan was concluded at the summit of the parties in Brussels on Thursday.     The document – which is not yet the final trade agreement – was signed by Donald Tusk, the European Council and Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, and Japanese Prime... Read More
Italy opens new hot spots, but does not say about sending forwarding migrants European Union 

Italy opens new hot spots, but does not say about sending forwarding migrants

 There are six new hot spots in Italy for the identification of migrants – Minister of Interior Marco Minniti announced in Wednesday’s press conference and at the same time the Government of Rome has negotiated with the Frontex European Border Protection Agency that its vessels in the Mediterranean do not Only migrants to Italy.     The four registration centers in Italy... Read More
Angela Merkel: German presidency aspires to compromise at Summit Hamburg summit European Union 

Angela Merkel: German presidency aspires to compromise at Summit Hamburg summit

    The German G20 summit seeks to compromise on the leaders of the members of the Hamburg Summit, but does not want to disguise the opposition between them – said German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday at the venue.     In his briefing on the Hamburg International Fair, he stressed that it is the task of transforming globalization into a process that... Read More
The French Parliament extended the state of emergency until 1 November European Union 

The French Parliament extended the state of emergency until 1 November

It has been prolonged for the sixth time on Thursday and, for the first time, the French Parliament for the last time has been in a state of emergency until 1 November.     The new 577-seat National Assembly adopted its first bill with 137 votes in favor of 13 against. Only the radical leftists and the Communist opposition members did not... Read More
Police were wounded with a gun at a man in Gavá, Spain European Union 

Police were wounded with a gun at a man in Gavá, Spain

     Police officers were injured by a gun at a Gavá settlement in eastern Spain on Thursday afternoon. The perpetrator was captured, the Spanish authorities said.     The attacker shot the two policemen at 20 kilometers from Barcelona, ​​one of them 50, the other 62 years old. Seriously injured by the police officer who hit the neck on his neck, his partner... Read More
The French National Front is debating the exit from the euro zone exit program European Union 

The French National Front is debating the exit from the euro zone exit program

 After more and more people in the French National Front (FN) are blaming the plan to exit the euro zone due to the failure of the party chairman, Marine Le Pen’s failure in the second round of presidential elections in May, Bernard Monot, the party’s adviser, recommends the release of the program.     “Two thirds of the French people did not... Read More
The EP would suspend Turkish accession negotiations due to constitutional reform European Union 

The EP would suspend Turkish accession negotiations due to constitutional reform

 Turkey’s European Union (EP) plenary session called for suspension of EU accession negotiations in Ankara on Thursday, when Ankara implemented the widely-criticized constitutional reform package unchanged.     At the Strasbourg meeting, 477 votes in favor, 64 against 97 abstentions, stressed that “the proposed amendments do not respect the principle of separation of powers, do not provide adequate brakes and counterbalances and... Read More
Croatian Prime Minister to the European Commission: The Croatian-Slovenian border dispute is a bilateral issue European Union 

Croatian Prime Minister to the European Commission: The Croatian-Slovenian border dispute is a bilateral issue

 The European Commission (EB) is not responsible for the decision of the Hague tribunal in the Croatian-Slovenian border dispute, Croatia expects from the Brussels-based body, to respect that it is a bilateral issue on which Zagreb is ready to negotiate with Ljubljana – Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Wednesday Bakar.     Plenkovic stressed that, over the last decade, due... Read More
Antonio Tajani opposes the European Parliament’s transfer of seats European Union 

Antonio Tajani opposes the European Parliament’s transfer of seats

 Antonio Tajani, President of the European Parliament (EP), on Wednesday rejected the plans to merge the work of the EU Representative Body on a single site in Brussels.     In recent months, the proposal to move the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which is currently operating in London, but due to the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the UK, is shifting to Strasbourg... Read More
Jean-Claude Juncker called the European Empire’s Empire a ridiculous one European Union 

Jean-Claude Juncker called the European Empire’s Empire a ridiculous one

   Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, called the European Parliament on Tuesday as ridiculous and unkind, because the Strasbourg Chamber was almost empty in the EU debate on the Maltese presidency.     “The European Parliament is ridiculous, very ridiculous! You are ridiculous! Parliament is completely ridiculous!” Juncker insisted.     According to Juncker, there are only 30 deputies present in the Chamber,... Read More
Simone Veilre, the first female president, remembered the European Parliament European Union 

Simone Veilre, the first female president, remembered the European Parliament

    He commemorated the plenary session of the European Parliament (EP) in Strasbourg in honor of Simone Veil, who died at the age of 89, in honor of the first president of the directly elected European Parliament.     Antonio Tajani, EP President stressed in his speech: Simone Veil was the symbol of reconciliation between peoples. His life proved to be against the... Read More
The European Parliament argued for the production of longer-life products European Union 

The European Parliament argued for the production of longer-life products

    Members of the European Parliament (EP) plenary session in Strasbourg on Tuesday introduced arguments for introducing more time-consuming, easier-to-use legislation to produce custom-made objects.     MEPs voted in favor of EU Member States and the European Commission in their resolution with 662 votes against 32 abstentions with two abstentions, to take steps to provide consumers with lasting, high quality, improving and... Read More
Ukrainian crisis – The Crimea has set aside claims for damages in the Hague Permanent Court of Arbitration European Union 

Ukrainian crisis – The Crimea has set aside claims for damages in the Hague Permanent Court of Arbitration

  The Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration announced on Tuesday that it considers itself responsible for the matter and therefore examines the claim by Ukraine’s Ukrnafta oil company for damages against Russia for the removal of Crimea.     According to the court’s view, the claim for petrol stations that had been unloaded with Crimea should be settled on the basis of the... Read More
Illegal immigration – Opposition: the European Action Plan is inadequate, Italy alone has to face migration European Union 

Illegal immigration – Opposition: the European Action Plan is inadequate, Italy alone has to face migration

 Renato Brunetta, head of the parliamentary faction of the Italian opposition party, Hajrá Italia (FI), called the Migration Action Plan presented by the European Commission on Tuesday. According to the Five Star Movement (M5S), the action plan is “joke”, Europe is over, Italy must act alone.     Renato Brunetta, on her community site, called the Action Plan presented by the European... Read More
Catalonia would declare its independence within 48 hours if the majority votes on the referendum European Union 

Catalonia would declare its independence within 48 hours if the majority votes on the referendum

If the vote on the independence referendum on 1 October is voted by a majority in Spain, Catalonia unilaterally declares its independence within 48 hours – stands in the bill that was presented on Tuesday in Barcelona by the Catalan government party Junts pel Sí (together for the sake) CUP) leftist nationalist party.     If, however, the majority of the sexes... Read More
A great deal of confidence was voted on by the French National Assembly for the new government European Union 

A great deal of confidence was voted on by the French National Assembly for the new government

 The new French government in the National Assembly received a low level of confidence after Prime Minister Édouard Philippe had presented his economic and social reform program in one-hour speeches in which he promised business-friendly measures and cut public spending.     In the 577-seat lower house, 370 of those present voted in favor, 67 absent, 127 abstained. Since 1959, there has... Read More
The French president promises a proportional electoral system and a reduction in the number of deputies European Union 

The French president promises a proportional electoral system and a reduction in the number of deputies

 French head of state Emmanuel Macron announced on Monday that he would reduce the number of deputies and the number of salmons by a third, making the electoral system proportionate to what is currently being done.     “A parliament in a small, but strengthened instrument, is a legislature where work is steadier. A parliament that works better,” said the new French... Read More
Italy wants not only the ships full of migrants European Union 

Italy wants not only the ships full of migrants

 As a step forward, the Italian press evaluated the unsuccessful French-German-Italian meeting of interior ministers on which the Roman Government raised several proposals to curb migrants arriving on their coasts, including the resettlement of rescue boats to other countries.     According to the Italian daily La Repubblica, the “long and honest” Parisian ministers of interior ministers urged Italy to adopt stricter... Read More
The Spanish government has adopted next-year budget ceiling European Union Finance 

The Spanish government has adopted next-year budget ceiling

 The Spanish government has approved next year’s budget ceiling, of which EUR 119.8 billion is 1.3 percent more than this, said Spanish Finance Minister Cristóbal Montoro at the Madrid press conference following the cabinet’s meeting on Monday.     “These are the numbers that Spain needs for job creation and economic growth,” said the politician, who stressed that the government’s goal is... Read More
I will punish farmers in packages left at the railway stations in Belgium European Union 

I will punish farmers in packages left at the railway stations in Belgium

The Belgian Transport Minister’s proposal would have to pay a penalty of EUR 100 to those who leave their parcels at railway stations, said Belgian daily La Libre Belgique on Monday. Francois Bellot said that, as in many other countries, sanctions should be imposed on the often neglected practice in Belgium, since the cost of emergency measures for abandoned, forgotten... Read More
Illegal immigration – French President urged action by the Italian Five Star Movement in Migration Solution European Union 

Illegal immigration – French President urged action by the Italian Five Star Movement in Migration Solution

 Eighty per cent of Italy’s immigrants are not immigrants, they are economic immigrants, but Italy can not be the European Union’s migrant port, the EU should help Italy – urged Emmanuel Macron’s action in solving the migration situation in Italy Luigi Di Maio, M5S) to the French President on Facebook on Sunday.     Luigi Di Maio wrote an open message to... Read More
Simone Veil, a French Holocaust survivor, former President of the European Parliament European Union 

Simone Veil, a French Holocaust survivor, former President of the European Parliament

Simone Veil, former French minister, formerly president of the European Parliament and first female president of the French Academy, who died at the age of eighty-nine, said the politician’s family on Friday. Simone Veil was one of France’s most respected and popular public figures: as a survivor of the Holocaust he was a conviction of European beliefs from the beginning... Read More
A procedure was initiated against Marine Le Pen against the alleged fictitious EU jobs of his party European Union 

A procedure was initiated against Marine Le Pen against the alleged fictitious EU jobs of his party

 With suspicion of misuse of confidence, a move was initiated against Marine Le Pen, chairman of the French National Front (FN), on the alleged fictitious parliamentary assistance jobs of the party, the lawyer of the politician said.     “In line with his promise under the presidential campaign, Marine Le Pen appeared to summon investigating magistrates (French Anti-Corruption Bureau), who, as expected,... Read More
The European Commission has extended its measures to assist fruit and vegetable producers European Union 

The European Commission has extended its measures to assist fruit and vegetable producers

    The European Commission has extended its extraordinary support for European vegetable and fruit producers who suffer disadvantages for Russia against economic sanctions for a year and has decided to secure another EUR 70 million, the EU commission said on Friday.     The support framework provides 100% financial compensation to producers who make overpayment or offer charitable offerings, thus avoiding the decommissioning... Read More
Estonia took over the rotating Presidency of the European Union European Union 

Estonia took over the rotating Presidency of the European Union

 For six months on Saturdays, Estonia takes over the rotating Presidency of the European Union, the Baltic state has taken over from Malta and will continue to hold office in Bulgaria in January.     Estonia joins the EU in 2004 – at the same time as Hungary – for the first time serving as a member of the Member State each... Read More
Slovenia has decided on the Piran Bay case in the Hague court in the Croatian-Slovenian border dispute European Union 

Slovenia has decided on the Piran Bay case in the Hague court in the Croatian-Slovenian border dispute

 The Hague International Tribunal on the border dispute with Croatia decided on Thursday in favor of the border line in the middle of the Gulf of Piran, which should be amended in order to allow Slovenians to escape the Adriatic Sea not only through Croatian territorial waters.     Gilbert Guillaume, chair of the five-member judicial body, said that a significant part... Read More
Progress or thinning? – Ana Brnabic, first female Prime Minister of Serbia – PORTRAIT European Union 

Progress or thinning? – Ana Brnabic, first female Prime Minister of Serbia – PORTRAIT

His official oath was canceled on Thursday by Ana Brnabic, Serbia’s first female prime minister. Close-to-government media view this as a further step towards rapprochement with the West, as opposed to the opposition press, as the new prime minister will be led by the President of the Republic of Bulgaria Aleksandar Vucic and his mandate only until the next parliamentary... Read More
Illegal Immigration – Italian Minister of Home Affairs: Italy arrived at the border of immigrants’ reception European Union 

Illegal Immigration – Italian Minister of Home Affairs: Italy arrived at the border of immigrants’ reception

 Italy has reached the upper limit and can not accommodate more people – Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti said on Thursday, marking a sign of the “mini-summit” of the G20 summit in Berlin on Thursday in connection with the Italian migration situation.     Marco Minniti has stated that the Roman Government can not afford the number of migrants arriving in Italy... Read More
At almost ten-year summit, the economic mood index of the euro area European Union 

At almost ten-year summit, the economic mood index of the euro area

   In June, the European Commission’s mood of the euro area has risen to more than six-year highs, and the Economic Mood Index (ESI) has reached the highest level for almost ten years. The Hungarian economic mood index reached a record level in June.     In June, the European Commission’s Business Climate Index stood at 1.15 points after 0.9 points in May,... Read More
According to the Montenegrin prime minister, it is not realistic to create a Western Balkan customs union European Union 

According to the Montenegrin prime minister, it is not realistic to create a Western Balkan customs union

 It is not realistic to create a customs union and a common market in the Western Balkans as proposed by the Serbian president, Prime Minister of Montenegro Dusko Markovic announced in his speech in Podgorica on Wednesday.     According to the report of the Podgorica Public Television (RTCG) website, the Montenegrin Prime Minister recalled that his country started accession negotiations with... Read More
Brussels has punished Google for 2.4 billion euros for breach of competition rules European Union 

Brussels has punished Google for 2.4 billion euros for breach of competition rules

 A fine of about € 2.4 billion was imposed by the European Commission on Tuesday for Google’s US internet giant for breach of EU antitrust rules.     “Google abused its superiority in the search services market by bringing its own price comparison services forward, and its competitors were ranked behind the results,” said Margrethe Vestager, EU Competition Commissioner.     “The company has... Read More
More than half of Belgians consider the death penalty to be acceptable European Union 

More than half of Belgians consider the death penalty to be acceptable

    More than half of the Belgians would be eligible for the death penalty, “he wrote in a Belgian daily Le Soir on the Internet on Tuesday, citing one of the most prestigious London-based foreign policy research institutes.     He added that the ratio was similar between the French, the British, the Poles and the Hungarians.     The paper referred to the Minh... Read More
Michael Barnier: The British proposal on citizens’ rights is not ambitious enough European Union 

Michael Barnier: The British proposal on citizens’ rights is not ambitious enough

 Ambitious and unambiguous British proposals on citizens’ rights are needed, and stronger guarantees are needed – emphasized Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator on Monday.     The same level of protection should be given to the EU citizens who are still staying in the island after the end of the EU membership of the United Kingdom (Brexit), as currently,... Read More
The center-right went to the Italian local elections European Union 

The center-right went to the Italian local elections

 On the right mid-way, Hajrá, Italy (FI) and the Alliance’s alliance’s nominees won a victory in Italy in the second round of interim local elections on Sunday, less than half of the voters voted in the round.     The center-right candidates have won most mayors’ seats in the 111th Italian city where they held a second round.     The leader of Silva... Read More
The French government has included the trade union proposals on labor law reform European Union 

The French government has included the trade union proposals on labor law reform

 The French government has embarked on trade union proposals on labor law reform, which was initiated in early June, said Muriel Pénicaud, Minister of Labor, in an interview with Sunday’s Journal du dimanche.     The government is discussing a bill on Wednesday that empowers the government to introduce a reform package to make the labor market more flexible in regulations. The... Read More
Richard Ferrand, former French Minister, became the national assembly faction leader of Macron’s party European Union 

Richard Ferrand, former French Minister, became the national assembly faction leader of Macron’s party

 He elected the National Assembly’s party leader, Emmanuel Macron, French Party President, Republican Movement (LREM), Richard Ferrand, Minister of Territorial Development, who was prosecuted for an earlier real estate development case – parliamentary sources said on Saturday.     One of the most trusted politicians of the head of state, the co-founder of the presidential movement, Macron’s personal request, is led by... Read More
Expert: The European Union came to a new era European Union 

Expert: The European Union came to a new era

    According to the docent of Corvinus University, the European Union, this Friday’s summit on Friday, came to a new era, the question of how much power can be gained through the German elections and the Brexit negotiations.     Zoltán Gálik, on the Saturday morning program of the current channel M1, said that French President Emmanuel Macron would see himself as a... Read More
Foreign Press from Hungary – German and British newspaper European Union 

Foreign Press from Hungary – German and British newspaper

    The Friday edition of the German Conservative newspaper Die Welt describes the state of the Visegrád four (V4) group of countries in the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia.     Is Eastern Friendship Ending? Boris Kálnoky stressed that the Visegrád countries have so far rejected the idea of ​​the federal-federal state-owned Europe, but “the fronts are now fragmented, as Merkel and... Read More
Illegal immigration – The French government does not allow the establishment of a new reception center in Calais European Union 

Illegal immigration – The French government does not allow the establishment of a new reception center in Calais

 It does not allow a new reception center to be set up by the French government near Calais in northern France, where eight months after the abolition of a migrant camp called the jungle, illegal immigrants attempting to cross Britain again appeared.     The “situation assessment” was attended on Friday by Gérard Colomb, Minister of the Interior, following a fatal accident... Read More
An emergency was ordered in Italy due to drought water shortages European Union 

An emergency was ordered in Italy due to drought water shortages

 It declared a disaster area and ordered the administration of water from the Italian government in the province of Parma and Piacenza in the Emilia-Romagna region due to the drought-induced water shortage on Thursday. Drought has created a critical situation in other parts of Italy.     The mayor of Parma and Piacenza called for the emergency to be ordered, as the... Read More
Angela Merkel: the confidence and the dullness of the EU summit European Union 

Angela Merkel: the confidence and the dullness of the EU summit

  The confidence of the heads of state and government of the EU Member States on Friday was characterized by confidence and excitement – said German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a press conference held two days ago in Brussels, which he held with the French head of state Emmanuel Macron.     He stressed that the EU summit “inspired the spirit of a... Read More
Donald Tusk: A historic step is to strengthen the Union’s defense dimension European Union 

Donald Tusk: A historic step is to strengthen the Union’s defense dimension

    A historic step is to strengthen the defense dimension of the European Union, which was decided at the EU summit on Thursday and Thursday by EU heads of state and government, said Donald Tusk, President of the European Council at a press conference closing the first session of the Brussels meeting.     Tusk was questioned in his morning statement that theoretically... Read More
Italian Prime Minister: to control migration from Libya European Union 

Italian Prime Minister: to control migration from Libya

The Italian and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni urged the European Union and Libya to make a joint commitment to curb migration to the Italian press in Brussels on Thursday. The Italian opposition announced that it would stop the reception of asylum seekers by the government.     Paolo Gentiloni stated that greater and a common commitment is needed from Europe and... Read More
The EU has extended its economic sanctions against Russia European Union 

The EU has extended its economic sanctions against Russia

 The leaders of the European Union (EU) member states extended six months of economic sanctions against Russia, arguing that Moscow had failed to meet the conditions set out in the agreement on the settlement of the armed conflict in Ukraine.     Thursday’s decision on the opening day of EU leaders’ two-day Brussels summit was announced by President Donald Tusk, President of... Read More
Angela Merkel: The future of the European Union is more important in the Brexit negotiations European Union 

Angela Merkel: The future of the European Union is more important in the Brexit negotiations

 The common future of the twenty-seven remaining Member States of the European Union with the United Kingdom pre-emptive negotiations should be the focus, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said at the two-day summit in Brussels on Thursday.     “There is a time for this discussion when the economy grows in each of the Member States”, Merkel said in a press conference.     “We... Read More
Meeting of EU Heads of State and Government has started in Brussels European Union 

Meeting of EU Heads of State and Government has started in Brussels

 A Summit of Heads of State and Government of EU Member States on Thursday in Brussels is about to begin, with focus on common defense policy, security, migration and the economy.     Following the opening of Thursday’s meeting in the afternoon, EU leaders will meet with Antonio Tajani, the President of the European Parliament, who will deal with internal security, counter-terrorism... Read More
Islamic State – Three suspected jihadists were arrested in Madrid European Union 

Islamic State – Three suspected jihadists were arrested in Madrid

   Three alleged Jihadists were detained by the Spanish police in Madrid – the Spanish Interior Ministry said on Wednesday.     According to the ministry’s announcement, one of them, a 32-year-old Moroccan man, was “extremely dangerous” who threatened public security.     He maintained an online relationship with the Islamic terrorist organizations of the Islamic State (IRA) in Syria and Iraq.     In his apartment,... Read More
Illegal Immigration – In the Netherlands immigrants have to swear to Dutch values ​​by October European Union 

Illegal Immigration – In the Netherlands immigrants have to swear to Dutch values ​​by October

    The upper house of the Dutch Parliament also accepted the law according to which immigrants who are involved in integration courses or who apply for citizenship will have to swear to observe the most important social values ​​in the Netherlands.     According to local press reports Thursday, the lower house of the legislature adopted the bill in February, which will come... Read More
Donald Tusk: The cube is slowly turning to the way forward with anti-union forces European Union 

Donald Tusk: The cube is slowly turning to the way forward with anti-union forces

 It seems that the European Union is slowly behind the challenge of overcoming the anti-integrity forces, and in many of the continent’s countries the EU anti-corruption groups have been significantly reduced, said Donald Tusk, President of the European Council in Wednesday’s letter to the leaders of the Member States.     The difficulties of recent months have paradoxically strengthened the European unity,... Read More
French press: Macron has appointed an expert government without political bullets European Union 

French press: Macron has appointed an expert government without political bullets

 In their Thursday editorial writings, the French newspaper considered that the new French government, which had been nominated the previous evening, was determined by expertise and renewal without the participation of political bullets, after Emmanuel Macron, the head of state, wanted peace and wants to control it alone.     Le Parisien in the capital, “the government is more of an expert... Read More
EU court: EU law violates the Hungarian regulation on the licensing of online gambling European Union 

EU court: EU law violates the Hungarian regulation on the licensing of online gambling

    The Hungarian regulation on the licensing of distance gambling is incompatible with the principle of freedom to provide services – the Court of Justice of the European Union announced its decision on Thursday.     In the reasoning of the judgment of the court in Luxembourg, it stressed that the Hungarian legislation on distance gambling restricted the companies in other Member States... Read More
A Moroccan citizen was the perpetrator of the assassination attempt in Brussels European Union 

A Moroccan citizen was the perpetrator of the assassination attempt in Brussels

 A 36-year-old Moroccan citizen was the perpetrator of a previous attempt to assassinate Brussels, who did not appear extreme in the police records, but in some ways sympathized with the terrorist organization called Islamic State, said Eric Van Der Sypt, spokeswoman for the Belgian federal prosecution.     In a press conference, the spokesman reported that they did not find weapons at... Read More
About 700 people have been killed by terrorists since 2000 in the European Union European Union 

About 700 people have been killed by terrorists since 2000 in the European Union

     About 700 people have died from terrorist acts since 2000 in the European Union countries – it was revealed by the recent report that was presented at Tuesday’s European Parliament in Brussels.     The assessment covers the period between 2000 and 2016, when 658 people were killed by terrorists in twelve countries in the EU, Maite Pagazaurtundúa, the MEP, however, said... Read More
EU innovation performance improved last year, a large difference between Member States European Union 

EU innovation performance improved last year, a large difference between Member States

 Last year, the European Union’s innovation performance improved, but progress is uneven, and there are still large differences between Member States. On the 2017 scoreboard, Hungary is ranked 23rd, according to a recent report published by the European Commission on Tuesday.     According to the assessment of the Brussels body, 15 of the countries surveyed have increased their innovation performance, but... Read More
French Elections – The Defense Minister is also leaving the government European Union 

French Elections – The Defense Minister is also leaving the government

French Defense Minister Sylvie Goulard announced on Tuesday that he would not want to be a member of the rebuilding government. The politician justified his decision as a prosecutor in his party, the Centrist Democratic Movement (Modem) on the alleged fictitious European Parliament (EP) assistant jobs.     “I want to be in a position to be free to prove my truth,”... Read More
Illegal Immigration – Dutch court: The Netherlands can not be obliged to accommodate more asylum seekers European Union 

Illegal Immigration – Dutch court: The Netherlands can not be obliged to accommodate more asylum seekers

    The Hague Court of Appeal dismissed a proposal by a relief organization to allow the government to allow more admissions of asylum seekers registered in Greece and Italy in the Netherlands.     In the online edition of the weekly weekly Weekly Elsevier Weekblad, the appeals court has upheld the previous negative decision to allow the government to provide resettlement for more... Read More
The EP Foreign Affairs Committee endorsed the planned cooperation agreement between the EU and Cuba European Union 

The EP Foreign Affairs Committee endorsed the planned cooperation agreement between the EU and Cuba

     Representatives of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee have given their consent to the establishment of a Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement (PDCA) between the European Union and Cuba, the EU Parliament’s press service reported on Tuesday.     According to the information, the agreement that has been negotiated since April 2014 and scheduled for Tuesday is scheduled to expand bilateral trade,... Read More
Terrorism – A car crashed into a police van in Paris, no one injured European Union 

Terrorism – A car crashed into a police van in Paris, no one injured

 Deliberately, a car in Paris vanished on a car in Paris on the Champs-Élysée Avenue on Monday afternoon, and nobody was injured outside his driver, “the local prefect said.     Interior Minister Gérard Collomb was informed that the man driving the vehicle died. The Doctrinal Leader considered the incident as an assassination attempt.     According to official sources, the vehicle ignited after... Read More
French Elections – Survey: Macron’s party won an absolute majority in the second round European Union 

French Elections – Survey: Macron’s party won an absolute majority in the second round

 French Republican President Emmanuel Macron, the Republic gained an absolute majority in the second round of the French legislative elections on Sunday – was revealed by a French newspaper Le Monde’s paper on its urn closing. Participation was record low, just 43 percent.     Le Monde quoted an opinion poll polling Ipsos-Sopra Steria for France Télévisions and Radio France, saying that... Read More
More than a million Hungarians would leave the country for low wages and Fidesz European Union 

More than a million Hungarians would leave the country for low wages and Fidesz

Hungary – A representative survey of emigration among the electorate was commissioned by the Publicus Institute on Sunday News. In recent years, the number of Hungarians working abroad has drastically increased. On average, almost six family members or close acquaintances have been migrating abroad for long lasting work. Of all the interviewees, three-quarters of them are involved in the work... Read More
French elections – Lower than the first round in the second round of participation European Union 

French elections – Lower than the first round in the second round of participation

 17.75 percent of the right-holders voted Sunday in the second round of the French parliamentary elections Sunday, which is one and a half percentage points lower than the first-round record, “the French Interior Ministry said.     Five years ago in the second round 21.41 percent voted in the morning.     If the trend does not change over the course of the day,... Read More
The population of Belgium increased last year European Union 

The population of Belgium increased last year

By about 0.48 percent, the number of residents in Belgium rose by over 11.3 million, according to data measured at the beginning of the year. Of the newly registered, about 42,000 migrated from countries outside the European Union, Belgian daily La Libre Belgique said. According to data from the Belgian statistical office, last year’s population growth was mainly due to... Read More
The Eurogroup agreed on the next tranche of the Greek debt management package European Union 

The Eurogroup agreed on the next tranche of the Greek debt management package

The Eurogroup Finance Ministers and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have reached an agreement on the next installment of the Greek debt management package, which will allow Greece to provide another 8.5 billion euros. According to the Euro Group, the minister of the 19 countries participating in the Luxembourg meeting and Christine Lagarde, CEO of the International Monetary Fund (IMF),... Read More
The Spanish parliament rejected the motion of censure against the head of government European Union 

The Spanish parliament rejected the motion of censure against the head of government

  He rejected the motion of censure filed by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy at the Spanish House’s Lower House on Wednesday. In the public, roll-call vote, 82 members supported the proposal to replace the head of government, 170 voted against it, 97 abstained. The motion of censure was submitted by a party union of the leftist Unidos Podemos, his move... Read More
The Serbian head of state called for a non-party politician to form a government European Union 

The Serbian head of state called for a non-party politician to form a government

  Ana Brnabic, Minister of Public Administration and Local Government, asked for a non-party politician to form a government Serbian President of State Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday in Belgrade. Ana Brnabic is not only Serbia’s first female prime minister but also the first openly lesbian prime minister. It is necessary to appoint a new head of government and government because... Read More
Combat in the Italian parliament because of the Italian nationality of immigrant children European Union 

Combat in the Italian parliament because of the Italian nationality of immigrant children

  A minister of the Italian government has also been injured in the controversial debate in the Roman senate, which stumbled and fought on Thursday as a protest against the nationality of immigrant children born in Italy. The Senators of the Northern League Quite the Invasion! The Italians are the first! Labeled boards were raised up, and the row members... Read More
There is almost threefold the price difference between the EU Member States European Union 

There is almost threefold the price difference between the EU Member States

  There were very big differences in the price level of goods and services in the various Member States of the European Union last year: Denmark was the most expensive and Bulgaria’s cheapest, according to a report released on Thursday by the EU Statistical Office (Eurostat). In terms of the average of the European Union, 100 per cent, the price... Read More
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