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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and United States President Donald Trump will meet in the near future, U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Kurt Volker has said.
Croatia launched Thursday (4 July) a bid to join Europe’s Exchange Rate Mechanism II, the two-year waiting room for eurozone candidates which pegs their currencies to the euro, the national bank said.
Italian social democrat MEP David Sassoli has been elected president of the European Parliament, completing the roster of top EU jobs.
Once considered a successor to Chancellor Angela Merkel, Germany's defense minister is seen as a moderate choice to lead the EU's executive body. Von der Leyen would be the European Commission's first female president.
Azerbaijan demonstrates high rates of the social policy, Head of the EU delegation in Azerbaijan Kestutis Jankauskas said.
By Putin's order, flights to Georgia from Russia will be prohibited from July 8. Based on past experience, it can be mentioned, that this step from the official Kremlin may not be a catastrophe for Georgia and on the contrary, to be a chance for the better future.
Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius met with Moldovan leaders in Chisinau to discuss the implementation of European reforms in the country.
Turkey may face EU sanctions due to drilling activities off the coast of Cyprus - in an area that it considers solely its economic zone (EEZ).