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President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and President of the European Council Donald Tusk represented the European Union at the Summit. The People’s Republic of China was represented by Premier Li Keqiang. European Commission Vice-President for Jobs, Growth, Investment …Read more
The migration situation in the EU and its neighbourhood has continued to be relatively stable, but recent developments call for vigilance and continuous efforts and coordination from everyone. While there has been a steady decrease on the Central …Read more
Today is another important step forward in Europe’s mobility, migration and security policies, both internal and external.
First of all, today we present the first part of a comprehensive reform of the EU’s common visa policy.
We have …Read more
The European Union increased its support for local and regional authorities in Ukraine on 8 March, with the launch of five partnerships between Ukrainian and EU regions and cities. The relationships will see Estonian, German, Hungarian, Lithuanian and Polish communities …Read more
Readmission of own nationals is an obligation under customary international law and the Cotonou Agreement. Moreover, the EU can conclude readmission agreements, which define transparent and efficient administrative procedures for readmission. The EU Partnership Framework approach(1) also aims at enhancing …Read more
The following is a near‑verbatim transcript of today’s noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary‑General.
Happy Monday, I guess. As a reminder, tomorrow the Secretary‑General will be speaking to the General Assembly in an informal …Read more
24 November 2017 – Crossing the Mediterranean to Europe is “by far the world’s deadliest” journey for migrants, with at least 33,761 reported to have died or gone missing between 2000 and 2017, a United Nations report finds.
The report, …Read more