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€11BN total ongoing aid commitments of EU Member states, EU institutions, EFI to Egypt, says Surkoš
Frontex executive director will come in second half of June, says Ivan Surkoš
Egypt is a key partner for the EU and its most important neighbour in the Southern Mediterranean, said the head of the European Union (EU) delegation to Egypt, Ivan Surkoš, at the EU’s annual iftar event on Wednesday. “The richness of cooperation is evident in the figure of the total EU aid commitments to Egypt, which …
Minister will give Egypt’s speech before UN Commission on Human Rights, UNDC
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Egyptian exports to the EU increased by 16.5%, from $ 2 bn and$639m to $ 3 bn and $ 73 m in the first half of this year (H1)
Estonia ranks 12th on Doing Business Report
Government reforms have contributed to improving the Egyptian economy, EU says
In unpredictable times, the anniversary is an opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to the values and objectives on which the European project is founded
The meeting includes discussions over bilateral relations and regional issues
Ahmed Aboul-Gheit urged the EU to block Israel’s attempts to get a seat in the UN security council
On the sidelines of the Arab-European ministerial meeting, Shoukry held several meetings with European and Arab officials
Grant will be used to train 150,000 families, lend 10,000 of them
A partial economic recovery in European Union member countries has not translated into fewer people living in poverty despite them having full-time jobs
Minister of International Cooperation Sahar Nasr met on Tuesday with EU representative and the Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy, Johannes Hahn, to sign an agreement on six projects worth €130m, according to a statement from the ministry. The projects that will receive financing from the agreement include the construction of a wind power plant in …
Egypt is becoming a key transit country for refugees wanting to travel across the Mediterranean. Even more Egyptians seem to be leaving their country. Now the EU is planning a refugee agreement with Cairo
All grants from the European Union to Egypt for ongoing projects in the energy sector will amount to a total of approximately €200m, according to Reinhold Brender, the chargé d’affaires of the EU delegation to Egypt. Financial support from the EU significantly helped Egypt design its new Integrated Sustainable Energy Strategy for 2035, Brender explained …
An organization representing European business in China has called for less restrictive market access in the country. The criticism comes as the world’s major economies gear up for the next G20 summit in Hangzhou.
In Libreville, Gabon, residents ventured out on the streets and surveyed damage after two days of riots sparked by a disputed presidential poll. There was little to choose between the main candidates, writes Dirke Köpp.
Facebook page reveals obstacles facing Egyptian visa applicants at several EU embassies
Britain’s upcoming departure from the European Union has prompted the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to cut its global growth forecast for the next two years – the fifth time it has dialed back estimates in 15 months.
Bosnia has lifted a key blockage on its road to EU membership, with help from Berlin. But the Balkan country is facing other serious obstacles, says regional expert Alida Vracic.
EU holds workshop with Egyptian ministries to implement TARES project
The German economy will keep growing in the third quarter, defying worries over the effect Britain’s vote to leave the European Union could have on the bloc, according to a report from Germany’s central bank.
More and more people in Russia are being given jail sentences for controversial posts on the internet. Simply questioning the annexation of Crimea is enough to lead to charges. Now, laws have been tightened once again.
British Vote Leave strategist Daniel Hannan is this week’s guest on Conflict Zone, discussing whether the Brexit campaign misled voters, as some claim, and what he thinks future holds for post-Brexit UK.
Sunderland in north-eastern England has become the poster child for the post-industrial, working class anger that drove the Brexit vote, as Peter Geoghegan reports.
Tradition holds that in 1690 fires were lit along the coast to help King William of Orange navigate safely to Belfast. Those conflagrations are still commemorated today. Peter Geoghegan reports from Belfast.
A newly leaked TTIP draft plays into fears that the the free trade deal will force Europe to lower its regulatory standards – sparking renewed worry for climate protection and development of renewable energy.