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Building ties with #Germany

Building ties with #Germany

| September 19, 2019

The European Union’s role in promoting economic prosperity, democracy and human rights has benefited Scotland, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon (pictured) said on 18 September. The First Minister is in Berlin to build diplomatic links with the German government and discuss with business leaders how economic ties between Scotland and Germany can be strengthened. Germany was […]

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#Croatia – EU invests in world-class health research centre for children

#Croatia – EU invests in world-class health research centre for children

| September 18, 2019

The EU is investing more than €48 million from the European Regional Development Fund to extend the Children’s Hospital in Srebrnjak, on the outskirts of Zagreb, Croatia. The project involves the construction of a 15,000-m2 facility and the purchase of research and medical equipment, in order to transform the hospital into a clinical research centre where new […]

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#Brexit deal emerging or not? Latest in Britain-EU talks

#Brexit deal emerging or not? Latest in Britain-EU talks

| September 18, 2019

The European Union has pushed back against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s assertion that a new Brexit deal was in the making, writes Gabriela Baczynska of Reuters. A month before a make-or-break EU leaders’ summit and some six weeks before Britain is due out, Johnson asked on Tuesday (17 September) to intensify talks, while the […]

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Liberal Democrats face huge fight to stop #Brexit – leader Swinson

Liberal Democrats face huge fight to stop #Brexit – leader Swinson

| September 18, 2019

Britain’s Liberal Democrats face the fight of their lives to rescue the country from the negative effects of leaving the EU, party leader Jo Swinson (pictured) said on Tuesday (17 September), outlining the battle for hearts and minds in the next few weeks, writes William James of Reuters. As the clock ticks down to Britain’s […]

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#Brexit – PM Johnson could recall parliament if suspension ruled unlawful

#Brexit – PM Johnson could recall parliament if suspension ruled unlawful

| September 18, 2019

Boris Johnson could recall parliament if Britain’s highest court rules he unlawfully suspended it, a government lawyer said on Tuesday (17 September), after judges heard the prime minister wanted a shutdown because it was an obstacle to his Brexit plans, writes Michael Holden of Reuters. Johnson announced on 28 August that he had asked Queen […]

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#Turkey – Biggest football club #Galatasaray announce launch of fan tokens

#Turkey – Biggest football club #Galatasaray announce launch of fan tokens

| September 18, 2019

Galatasaray is the biggest club in Turkey based on number of fans. These fan tokens will allow fans to vote in club-delegated polls, taking part in deciding on topics that the club will put up for fan vote.  Day by day Turkey is becoming more friendly with cryptocurrency. Turkey remains the first in the world […]

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#Kazakhstan – Ways to achieve a world free of #NuclearWeapons discussed in Brussels

#Kazakhstan – Ways to achieve a world free of #NuclearWeapons discussed in Brussels

| September 18, 2019

PreviousNext A panel discussion, Towards a World Free of Nuclear Weapons: Ambition of Kazakhstan, took place at the European Institute for Asian Studies. Representatives of the EU institutions, international organizations, the diplomatic corps and the expert community attended the event, which was dedicated to the International Day Against Nuclear Tests on August 29 and to […]

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