The European leaders invited by Prime Minister Charles Michel to a Brexit coordination meeting on Wednesday decided to cooperate more intensely in the exchange of information, one of Michel’s spokespersons said after the meeting.
With 95 percent of the votes counted in the parliamentary elections in Israel, the country woke up this morning to the news that the incumbent Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu will likely remain in power with his current coalition partners.
British passports that no longer say “European Union” began to be distributed on the 30th of March.
Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development Neven Mimica will be in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, this weekend for Kwibuka 25, the commemoration of the 25 years since the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.
The European Commission has informed BMW, Daimler and VW of its preliminary view that they participated in a collusive scheme from 2006 to 2014, in breach of EU competition rules, to limit the development and roll-out of emission cleaning technology for new diesel and petrol passenger cars sold in Europe.
The European Commission released today its 2018 report on the Safety Gate for dangerous products.
Israeli journalist Gideon Levy visited Brussels this week and talked about the two main options for a solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The two-state solution, with a Palestinian state alongside Israel, is supported by EU and is considered as the only fair solution to both sides.
The EU has helped rescue nearly 730,000 immigrants during rescue operations in the Mediterranean Sea since 2015.
Prime Minister Charles Michel “deeply regretted" British Parliament’s new vote of rejection on the Brexit withdrawal agreement on Friday.
A group of British parliamentarians who recently quit the Labour and Conservative parties applied on Friday for recognition as a political party under the name of Change UK- The Independent Group.