The EU is finally heading the way we are proposing in terms of migration policy, the Visegrád Group countries say. But two Czech MEPs point out that the V4’s contribution to the change may be limited and other factors should be considered as well.
The European Union does not believe Syria is safe for refugees to go back, officials in Brussels said of a Russian push to have people return to the war-torn country and the international community to spend money on rebuilding it.
The UK is ready to negotiate with Ukraine on a new post-Brexit trade agreement to replace the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement.
The visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Azerbaijan and the region as a whole confirms Europe’s interest in building partnership relations with the countries of the South Caucasus, European expert on economy issues Igor Tsaranich told .
Germany’s interior ministry has presented its key points for the new immigration law. But the first reactions were rather mixed, although the law has long been desired for. EURACTIV Germany reports.
Serbia's and Kosovo's presidents have called on the international community to support the deal reached by the two countries, including possible border corrections.
Brexit is on the negotiating table yet again in Brussels. With no alternative in sight, the UK is limping toward the day it will ultimately leave the European Union, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
Jensen said the EU and the UK are running out of time to reach an agreement.
As a gigantic infrastructure project, Rail Baltica will essentially affect the Baltic construction market. It will attract major international contractors to the region, because of labour force shortage may bring back migrated workers from other countries and material recycling should be explored to save natural resources, the speakers in the Opinion Festival’s Baltic construction panel said. In the same time, Tallinn–Helsinki tunnel would be a natural prolongation of Rail Baltica.
Montenegro’s prospects of joining the European Union and illegal migration are expected to be on the table at Dusko Markovic’s first meeting as premier with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin.