The 12th meeting of the EU-Israel Association Council will take place in Brussels on 3 October. The EU delegation will be led by the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell...
Commissioner for International Partnerships, Jutta Urpilainen, and Odile Renaud-Basso, President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), signed a new Financial Framework Partnership Agreement (FFPA) between the European Commission and the EBRD to boost investment …
Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations, Olivér Várhelyi announced today during his visit in Kiev the disbursement of €500 million in EU budget support to support housing solutions, education and improve food security through support to the farming sector in Ukraine
Today, the MSCA4Ukraine scheme, funded by the Commission under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, has published its call for applications to support displaced researchers from Ukraine.
The High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) on scaling up sustainable finance in low and middle-income countries meets in Brussels today for the first time kick-starting their reflection on the challenges and opportunities of sustainable finance in partner countries with a view to providing recommendations
As the Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine rages on, humanitarian needs in the country continue to rise rapidly. In view of an effective and timely humanitarian response, the EU is organising a Humanitarian Senior Officials Meeting in Brussels today.
The Commission proposed on 23 September the signing and conclusion of an agreement between the EU and North Macedonia on Frontex's operational activities. The proposals put forward by the Commission will strengthen Frontex's capacity in EU's immediate neighborhood
The first payments of €500 million of immediate assistance to Ukraine have reached the country to address its most urgent needs. These funds are part of the second €1.59 billion package of the EIB's Ukraine Solidarity Urgent Response developed in close cooperation with the European Commission.
Today, the European Commission resumed the screening process with Albania and North Macedonia. Experts from the European Commission, Albania and North Macedonia have begun examining EU laws and policies under Cluster 1 on Fundamentals.
Indeed, it is now the third time that I am here in Kyiv, since the beginning of this atrocious war. And I must say that it is impressive to see how much has changed to the better here in Kyiv. Life has come back to Kyiv.