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Coronavirus in the Western Balkans General Overview, 27 March 2020

The European Commission has announced more than €400 million for countries in the region to deal with COVID-19. The Commissioner for Enlargement, Olivér Várhelyi, announced on Wednesday 25 March that €38 million would be made available as immediate support for the health sector in the Western Balkan countries. He added

Euractiv: Negotiating a new EU-UK partnership in challenging times

It is now nearly two months since the United Kingdom left the European Union. It left with the legal certainty and clarity provided by the Withdrawal Agreement and the accompanying Political Declaration, writes MEP David McAllister. David McAllister is a German Christian-Democrat member of the Group

For a comprehensive agreement with the UK

Major differences became evident after first round of talks  EP fully committed to reaching a broad agreement covering a wide range of sectors  The UK must fulfil all of its commitments stemming from the Withdrawal Agreement, including the Irish Protocol Following a remote meeting on

COVID-19: Parliament approves crucial EU support measures

As part of the EU’s joint response to the COVID-19 outbreak, MEPs almost unanimously adopted three urgent proposals in an extraordinary plenary session, on Thursday. The urgent measures to help people and businesses tackle the crisis were voted on in plenary less than two weeks after