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10 things the EU is doing to fight COVID

During these times of crisis, the EU and its member states are working together and helping each other, mobilising resources, ensuring supply of protective equipment, boosting research and supporting our global partners in need.The EU is doing ten concrete things to mitigate the impact of

The EU’s global response to the COVID-19 Pandemie

COVID-19 affects us all. It does not care who we are, or where we are: everyone is at risk. As long as COVID-19 exists somewhere in the world, no one is safe. All over the world people are losing sources of income and finding themselves

EU funds to benefit people and support reforms to the Western Balkan

Keeping the door open to Western Balkan countries is in the European Union’s own political, security and economic interest, say Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs. The EU has to ensure that its enlargement methodology supports reforms and sustains fully-fledged membership as the final goal for accession countries,

The pandemic knows no borders. Neither should the EU’s response.

International cooperation and solidarity more necessary than everReinforce efforts to fight the pandemic and mitigate consequences outside the EUImpact of COVID-19 on the weakest may be devastating Joint statement of the chairs responsible for external policies in the European Parliament on the consequences of the COVID-19

The Parliament Magazine: A crucial year for future EU-UK relations

Written by David McAllister on 17 April 2020 in Opinion Coronavirus crisis makes Brexit transition extension more likely, suggests David McAllister. In recent weeks, the world has changed dramatically. Our former everyday life seems far away. Europe was hit by surprise by the COVID-19 pandemic, which led