Migration routes: Commission proposes Action Plan for cooperation with Western Balkans to address common challenges
Ahead of the EU-Western Balkans Summit of 6 December 2022 and the Justice and Home Affairs Council on 8 December, the Commission is presenting an EU Action Plan on the Western Balkans.
EU Cohesion Policy: over €530 million for territorial cooperation including Ukraine and Moldova in 2021-2027
The Commission has approved four new Interreg programmes involving 10 Member States, Ukraine, and Moldova for an amount of €533 million of EU funding in 2021-2027 to foster cross-border and transnational cooperation, boost the green transition and support healthcare and education.
The European Commission is today putting forward a proposal to harmonise criminal offences and penalties for the violation of EU restrictive measures. While the Russian aggression on Ukraine is ongoing, it is paramount that EU restrictive measures are fully implemented and the violation of those
Laptops for Ukraine: new initiative to collect tech devices for Ukrainian schools, hospitals and public services
The Commission, together with the Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation and DIGITALEUROPE, a European organisation that represents the digital technology industry, is organising a new initiative: Laptops for Ukraine. The aim is to collect and deliver laptops, smart-phones and tablets
Commissioner Várhelyi visits Serbia to discuss priorities under EU accession as well as cooperation on energy
EU Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Olivér Várhelyi is travelling to Serbia on 1 and 2 December 2022 to discuss priorities under the EU accession process, with a strong focus on energy cooperation.
The Commission presented today different options to Member States to make sure that Russia is held accountable for the atrocities and crimes committed during the war in Ukraine.
Stand with Ukraine: Commission awards €5.5 million to ensure safe homes for people fleeing Russian aggression against Ukraine
In the margins of the High Level Forum on legal pathways to protection, Commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansson announced the decision to award €5.5 million to a project managed by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).
Thank you, dear Volodymyr, for convening us on this very important day. This meeting falls on the Holodomor memorial day – when 90 years ago, hunger was used as a weapon by the Soviet Union against the Ukrainian people.
Commissioner Várhelyi visits Bosnia and Herzegovina to discuss EU reform priorities, migration and energy security
EU Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Olivér Várhelyi is travelling to Bosnia and Herzegovina from 28 to 29 November 2022 to discuss EU reform priorities and discuss wider cooperation in key areas, in particular on migration.
I expressed to President Zelenskyy the EU's full solidarity with Ukraine as it suffers at the hands of Putin's deliberate and barbaric bombing of the country's civilian infrastructure.