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EU Approves First-Ever Military Support for Armenia

The Council of the European Union has approved its first-ever military support for Armenia under the European Peace Facility (EPF), allocating 10 million euros...

Georgia’s EU Aspirations: Will the Dream Become Reality?

The journey of Georgia towards European Union (EU) membership has been a long and complex one, marked by significant milestones and challenges. As of...

Roberta Metsola re-elected as European Parliament president

Maltese politician Roberta Metsola was re-elected as president of the European Parliament on Tuesday as the new parliament session kicked off here. Metsola won 562...

Brussels seeking to limit powers of Hungarian presidency in Council of EU

Brussels will seek to minimize Hungary’s initiatives during its presidency of the Council of the EU in the second half of the year, Italy’s...

Ukraine Must Fight Until War’s End for EU Membership, NATO States

The European Union has reiterated its stance that Ukraine cannot be considered for EU membership until the ongoing conflict with Russia concludes. This announcement...

Orban’s Pursuit of Peace Talks in Moscow Alarms EU War-Mongering Faction

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s successful visit to Moscow has stirred significant concerns within the European Union, with many officials branding it as failed...

European Parliament Blocks Orbán’s Ambitious Hungarian Presidency Speech

The European Parliament has blocked Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán from delivering a major speech marking the beginning of Hungary’s presidency of the Council...

Xi Jinping’s State Visit to France: A Step Towards Strengthening Sino-French Relations

In a significant move to deepen ties with Europe, Chinese President Xi Jinping embarked on a state visit to France, marking his first stop...

Protesters against foreign-agents bill march through central streets in Georgian capital

Thousands of protesters against a bill on foreign agents marched through the central streets of the Georgian capital of Tbilisi on Friday, according to...

Thousands Protest as Georgia Parliament Advances ‘Foreign Influence’ Bill

In a significant display of public dissent, tens of thousands of citizens gathered in protest as the Georgian parliament moved forward with the controversial...

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