Pro-Brexit protesters march to London

Monday, 18 March 2019 02:32
Braving rain and mud, pro-Brexit protesters left Sunderland in the North-East of England on Saturday for a long march to London.  
In the past years, Israeli export to the EU has reached a historical high of 34% and EU import to Israel is almost 40% of Israel's total imports. The figures were released by the EU delegation in Tel Aviv at a recent seminar on doing business with the EU.

Youth for Climate at the European Parliament

Wednesday, 13 March 2019 14:26
About 60 European students from the Youth for Climate movement, many of them Belgians, attended a debate on climate change at a plenary session of the European Parliament, seated in the gallery.
Brussels has been largely unsuccessful in attracting businesses currently based in the United Kingdom to switch following the country's departure from the European Union, according to a report by the think tank New Financial.

Charles Michel, Angela Merkel and Brexit

Monday, 11 March 2019 10:55
Prime Minister Charles Michel will hold talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Tuesday.
On the International Women’s Day, taking place each year on 8 March, the European Commission published its 2019 Gender Equality report and spoke up for women’s rights in Europe and abroad.
The Chinese Mission to the EU hosted about 200 senior officials from nearly 50 countries to mark the International Women’s Day last week on 7 March.

Migration remains on top of EU’s agenda

Thursday, 07 March 2019 14:33
The European Commission has taken stock of its migration policy since 2014 and the challenges ahead after the European Parliament elections in May. Dimitris Avramopoulos, the Commissioner responsible for migration, highlighted the progress made until now but did not hide that the crisis is still not over.
EU rights of 27,000 British nationals currently living in Belgium will be maintained until 31 December 2020 in order to limit inevitable complications for companies and Belgian authorities, should Brexit “happen” without an agreement, La Libre Belgique reports today.
The European Parliament’s Transport Committee approved a resolution on Monday to end seasonal time changes, proposing that the final Sunday of March 2021 be the last such change for EU countries wishing to stay on summer time.