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Počivalšek officially inaugurates Slovenia’s pavilion at Expo

Dubai – Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek officially inaugurated Slovenia’s pavilion at the Expo 2020 in Dubai on Saturday, saying that the event was an excellent opportunity to boost international cooperation and for Slovenia to show its knowledge, innovation and energy to the global public.

Green Requirements will Pad costs of flying with 8 percent rise by 2050

Environmental regulations aimed at cutting the carbon footprint of aviation will increase the cost of flying by around 8% by 2050, according to the European Commission.

The EU executive tabled a package of energy and climate laws in July this year, aiming to halve the EU's carbon emissions by the end of the decade before reaching net-zero by 2050.

EC Opens Infringement Proceedings against 19 EU Member States, Including Bulgaria

The European Commission decided today to open an infringement procedure by sending formal notification letters to Bulgaria and 18 other Member States.

They did not provide complete information on how the revised EU rules on open data and the re-use of public sector information (Directive (EU) 2019/1024) are transposed into national law.

Vučić: "I was hoping that we would reach an agreement with Priština"

He reiterated in Nis that the dialogue that was held yesterday in Brussels between the two delegations was unsuccessful.
"We never condition talks and dialogue under the auspices of the EU, this is for us something that is basic and to which we are committed," Vucic mentioned.

EU is Considering Lifting the Visa-Free Regime for Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia

A document on the possible abolition of the visa-free regime for Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and the Western Balkans was published on September 27 during the visit of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen to the Western Balkans, the Ukrainian newspaper "Correspondent" writes.