Von der Leyen
Von der Leyen: The Strengthening of the Bulgarian-Turkish Border is a priority against Migration
The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has indicated the strengthening of the Bulgarian-Turkish border as a priority in operational measures against illegal migration.
Commission wants to assist Greece in railway investigation and development
The European Commission wants to assist the Greek authorities in the official investigation into the causes of the Tempe railway disaster and in coming up with a railways framework that will be safer and more attractive to citizens, a government minister has said.
EU pledges 1 bln euros, vows long-term relief engagement with Türkiye
The European Union, international financial institutions and development agencies have pledged long-term financial support to Türkiye's efforts to revive the destroyed cities and socio-economic life in the earthquake-hit region at an international donors' conference held in Brussels on March 20.
The EU, alone, has pledged 1 billion euros to quake-hit Türkiye and Syria.
EU to unveil plans for leadership in green industrial revolution
The European Commission on Thursday will present the centrepieces of its strategy to ensure its industry can compete with the United States and China in making clean tech products and accessing raw materials required for the green transition.
EU chief wants ‘level playing field’ with China
The head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen said on March 13 she wants to avoid economic dependence on Beijing, but not fully "decouple" the EU's economy from China.
Explaining the stance she took last week when she visited U.S President Joe Biden, Brussels' top official said the European Union was merely seeking a level playing field.
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Von der Leyen: Belgrade, Pristina must seize moment
BRUSSELS - European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Tuesday normalisation of Belgrade-Pristina relations was of great significance and that she hoped both sides would seize the moment in the dialogue and be constructive in upcoming discussions.
Ursula did not want to answer one question about Serbia
According to her, it is crucial for the stability, security and prosperity of the region. She also pointed out that she hopes that both sides will "seize the moment" in the dialogue and be constructive in the upcoming talks.
Rail experts’ visit helped identify areas where Greek government is seeking support, EU Commission says
The meetings of the European Commission's delegation of experts in Athens regarding the deadly rail crash at Tempi have now been concluded, Commission spokesperson Adalbert Jahnz said on Thursday in response to questions.
Vucic speaks with von der Leyen
BELGRADE - In a phone call with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic noted Serbia's determination to continue reform processes aimed at ensuring a better life to all citizens and achieving full EU membership status.
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Day 344 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Von der Leyen visits Kyiv, Russian Officer witnessed Brutal Torture of Ukrainians (UPDATED)
Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:
Von der Leyen in Kyiv: So far, the EU has provided 50 billion euros to Ukraine