Member states of the European Union
Slovenia, Croatia remain committed to Brdo-Brijuni process
Slovenian President Nataša Pirc Musar and her Croatian counterpart Zoran Milanović affirmed the two countries' commitment to the Brdo-Brijuni process and an expansion of the issues it covers as Pirc Musar travelled to Zagreb for her first visit abroad on 1 February.
US reiterates support for Finland, Sweden joining NATO
The Biden administration on Tuesday reiterated its support for both Finland and Sweden joining NATO at the earliest opportunity, after Helsinki said a pause was needed in trilateral talks with Turkey on the Nordic countries' application to join the military alliance.
Finland may consider joining NATO without Sweden
Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto said in an interview with Yle (Finland's national public broadcasting company) published on Tuesday that his country may seek to join NATO without Sweden if Stockholm's bid is take more time to be approved.
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Hotels adopt single-use plastics plan
Tourism facilities in Cyprus, Greece and Malta have successfully reduced their use and disposal of single-use plastics via the SUPMed project, according to a statement from the Pancyprian Hoteliers Association (PASYXE).
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Joy as border gates open between Slovenia and Croatia
There was celebration and joy on both sides of the Slovenian-Croatian border as Croatia joined the Schengen area and adopted the euro on 1 January. More than 30 years after the countries broke away from Yugoslavia, their citizens are once again using the same currency and can cross the border freely.
Bulgaria’s President and Austria’s Chancellor: Guarding the EU's External Borders is Key to tackling Illegal Migration
"Protecting the external borders of the European Union is a common commitment of all member states and is key to tackling illegal migration." This was the general position of President Rumen Radev and the Federal Chancellor of the Republic of Austria Karl Nehammer, who talked today in Vienna, reports the press service of the Bulgarian presidency.
Slovenian community in Croatia come together for annual meeting
Delnice – More than 300 members of the Slovenian community in Croatia turned out for their 18th annual meeting, organised by the Union of Slovenian Associations in Croatia in the Golubinjak Forest Park near Delnice on Saturday.
Dendias slams Turkish revisionism, calls on US to support smaller countries based on international law
Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias deconstructed Ankara's revisionist, expansionist policies and threats against Greek sovereignty and outlined the priorities and challenges of Greek foreign policy at a meeting at the foreign ministry today with students and graduates of the Kennedy School of Government.
Europe’s Wildfire Season is Starting Earlier Each Year (infographic)
France and Spain currently represent around 40 percent of the land destroyed in the EU in the first six months of the year
Slovakia Takes Over a Divided V4 after Hungary’s Troubled Presidency
The four countries of the bloc - Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia - have never developed a common foreign policy in the 31 years of the existence of the bloc, which emerged in 1991 to help facilitate the region's accession to NATO and the EU. Instead, especially at the EU level, they have tried to coordinate their positions on various EU-related matters.