Category: Brussels News

The EP calls for democracy to sign the new economic agreement with Azerbaijan

Original: english Following the cessation of hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh on 10 November 2020, discussion continued on a new Partnership and Cooperation Agreement, replacing the one of 1999. However the European Parliament could freeze the deal. The bilateral relations of the European Union with Azerbaijan are based on the EU-Azerbaijan Partnership and Cooperation Agreement in force

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Budget, Climate, Vaccines: the EU Summit finds a compromise

On 10 and 11 December, EU leaders met in Brussels for the last European Council of the year.   This year they already met 10 times, in regular, special and videoconference meetings, essentially for urgent matters related to the pandemic. Here all the conclusions. This time, they discussed a very long and sensitive agenda. In particular:

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Pandemic and national health systems: The Commission launches the challenge

  Today the European Commission published the opinion of the Expert Panel on Effective Ways of Investing in Health on the organisation of resilient health and social care following the COVID-19 pandemic. The Panel of experts were asked how to make social assistance and health care more efficient and resilient following the Coronavirus pandemic. The

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Pandemia e sistemi sanitari: La Commissione lancia la sfida e pubblica un Rapporto

L’UE ha chiesto il parere di esperti su come migliorare le sanità nazionali. Il loro Rapporto diventa anche una guida per orientare i Paesi Membri all’uso del MES, il famigerato fondo europeo agognato da taluni e temuto da molti.    Agli esperti è stato chiesto come e dove investire per la Sanità Gli esperti chiamati dalla Commissione

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Coronavirus – The EU Commission presents the Winter recommendations

Nearly 500 million Europeans are approaching Christmas and don’t know how to prepare. This time the EU sets the rules. On the eve of the much agonized vaccine, the winter months pose a greater risk for the spread of the virus, for essentially two reasons. First, it was understood that the colder months are propitiatory

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Coronavirus in Europe: EU faces second wave

Coronavirus Covid-19

The entire planet has been affected by the Coronavirus. In some continents, the population has been victim of poverty and of the backwardness of public health systems, or of leaders who have fallen into panic and populism. In other countries, the population has been victim of apparently perfect organizational systems. But unable to react quickly

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The EU at the crossroads: either it wins the virus war or loses it

Europe has launched an unprecedented bailout plan in EU history. The crisis triggered by the new Coronavirus is worse than the crisis of 2008 and the measures launched are only the beginning.

Gli ultimi 10 giorni (difficili) del Regno Unito in Europa

Ultime discussioni e voto dei due rami del Parlamento britannico per decidere se sarà un’uscita brusca oppure senza scossoni. Centinaia di “leggi” europee potranno decadere di colpo alla mezzanotte del prossimo 1º febbraio. Grandi movimenti dei mercati finanziari e grandi preoccupazioni tra gli industriali. Il governo sotto tre volte alla Camera dei Lord (dove i Conservatori non hanno la maggioranza).

Last 10 (difficult) days of the UK in Europe

  Last discussions and vote of the two branches of the British Parliament to decide whether it will be or not an abrupt Brexit. Hundreds of European “laws” may suddenly expire at midnight on February 1st. Large movements in financial markets and major concerns among companies. Government loses three times in the House of Lords

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