Didier Reynders welcomes release of six political prisoners in Belarus Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders welcomes the release of six political prisoners, including former presidential candidate Mykalai Statkevich, in Belarus. He hopes that this promising evolution will continue and will lead to a substantial improvement in the relations between the … Continue reading
Tuesday 18 August 2015, NTU School of Art, Design and Media (ADM) and the Swiss-based Fellini Foundation for Film have signed a cooperation agreement to implement a series of cultural activities and exchanges between the two institutions. The event took place at the ADM Library on Tuesday 18 August, with other project partners that include … Continue reading
The Holy See is present in Expo2015, officially as exhibitor country with its own pavilion. “Not only bread” It is the theme that will be developed. A garden to be tended, a food to share a meal that educates, a bread that makes God present in the world are “chapters” in which organizes the exhibition … Continue reading
Villa Grimaldi Fassio shows the Italian and foreign art collection donated to the city by the brothers G.B. and Luigi Frugone in 1935 and 1953. Portraits, genre paintings, landscapes and sculptures that can be dated from 1860 to 1930, collected according to upper-middle class taste at the start of the 1900. Works … Continue reading
In Barcelona we tried a new hostel experience, the hostel box. A new hostel concept taken from the famous Japanese “capsule hotel”. Private or capsule/ box bunk beds shared- rooms in a private and comfortable environment. The Hostels is located close to Park Güell the Antoni Gaudi most famous and outstanding works and monuments in … Continue reading
During our stay in Barcelona we stayed at one of the coolest chain of hostels in Spain the TOC Hostels. A great atmosphere and a young crowd welcome us. The staff were friendly and helpful This hostel was equipped with a cool bar at the bottom then and a pool at the top. The position … Continue reading
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Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely has begun a series of consultations with European foreign ministers, their deputies, and ambassadors of several European countries, in which she is presenting evidence that their governments provide financial assistance to NGOs that support boycotts against Israel. These organisations “actively blacken Israel’s name around the world, accuse it of … Continue reading
BRUSSELS The minister of foreign affairs Didier Reynders received the diplomatic corps yesterday for the traditional reception of july 21st. In company of the president of the house of representatives, flemish-nationalist Siegfried Bracke, he welcomed the numerous ambassadors on duty in Brussels. This reception is traditional and is a link between the diplomatic corps, bekgian … Continue reading
BRUSSELS Habib Essid, the prime minister of Tunesia is on visit to Brussels where he’ll meet the european ministers gathered in Council. They discuss on this July 20th 2015 on terrorism and security issues.
The parliamentary group Europe of nations and freedom at the european parliament has one member more. It is a romanian: Laurentiu Rebega. This MEP is a former member of the group S&D.
by Yossi Lempkowicz, EIPA As it is being widely reported that a deal between Iran and the P5+1 world powers (US,UK,France,Russia, China and Germany) is imminent after substantial progress was made in weekend talks in Vienna, Israeli leaders again expressed their deep concern over the deal. According to news reports from the Austrian capital, … Continue reading
Didier Reynders commemorates victims of Srebrenica in Bosnia and Hercegovina. Didier Reynders, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders will travel to Srebrenica in Bosnia and Hercegovina to commemorate the massacre that happened there exactly 20 years ago. It was a black period for Europe. On 11 July 1995, Srebrenica was taken … Continue reading
The European Commission has sent an official letter to Italy asking for it to abolish the national law banning the use of “milk powder, condensed milk and reconstituted milk” in the manufacture of dairy products. According to Brussels, Italy must conform to the European regulations that allow these ingredients, and the current Italian law prohibiting … Continue reading
Sixty percent of Croats are happy with their national currency and against euro adoption, while 29 percent favor the European currency, according to results of the latest Eurobarometer survey. 73 percent said the EU would survive the Greek crisis while seven percent thought that chances of this were fifty-fifty. The majority of those polled blamed the … Continue reading