Ursula von der Leyen
Greece will receive up to €2.25 billion ($2.4 billion) in EU funds in an effort to recover from last week’s devastating floods and the deadly fires in Evros, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced on Tuesday. “I am...
On Wednesday, the EU unveiled proposals to tax energy firms by up to $140 billion euros ($141 billion) to alleviate the burden of soaring prices for households and businesses across the bloc. EU chief Ursula von der Leyen presented the...
The parliament of North Macedonia voted to end a long-standing dispute with Bulgaria, thus clearing its way to European Union membership talks.
The EU Commission signaled on Friday its support for Ukraine's long-desired quest to join the European Union, paving the union's way deeper into former Soviet Union territories. In a news conference, the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced...
European Parliament President David Sassoli died in the early hours of Tuesday at a hospital in Aviano, Italy. He was 65. The Italian former journalist and center-left politician had been seriously ill for more than two weeks and canceled all...
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced recently that he will pay a visit to occupied Cyprus on July 20, to celebrate the anniversary of the 1974 Turkish invasion. Turkish Cypriot authorities and Turkey are organizing festivities every year to celebrate,...
The European Commission endorsed Greece's recovery plan, totaling 30.5 billion euros as President Ursula von der Leyen visits Athens.
The European Commission has struck a deal with BioNTech/Pfizer to buy up to 1.8 billion additional doses of their COVID-19 vaccine
The EU is working on a deal with pharmaceutical giant Pfizer-BioNTech for what is called the biggest COVID 19 vaccine deal in the world.
Greece submitted its national recovery plan to the European Union aimed at helping repair the economic damage caused by the pandemic.