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President Aquino on visit to Brussels

  President Benigno Aquino III of the Philippines brought a visit to Brussels on tuesday sept 16th 2014. The meeting took place in the presitgious Castle of Val Duchesse in Auderghem. President Aquino comes from a famous family of politicians and was sworn in in 2010. He is 54. He came to deliver an inspiring … Continue reading

Committee of Ministers in the Council of Europe to examine implementation of human rights judgments

STRASBOURG   The representatives of the 47 member States of the Council of Europe will examine the implementation of judgments and decisions of the European Court of Human Rights on 23-25 September. This supervisory role of the Committee of Ministers is provided for under Article 46 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The cases … Continue reading

megabus launches new european network from Brussels., provider of low cost international coach services, today announced the opening of her first European base in Belgium (Brussels) from which a new network of services in the Benelux region and in France will be launched. New services will link Brussels with Lille, Luxembourg and Rotterdam from 6 October, offering fares from €1 (+50c … Continue reading

A book of condolences in Brussels for Dr Ian Paisley, the Lord Bannside.

                    Following the death of former First Minister of the Northern Ireland Executive Dr Ian Paisley, The Lord Bannside, MP, MEP, a Book of Condolence will be opened in the Office of the Northern Ireland Executive in Brussels, Chaussée d’Etterbeek 180, 1040 Brussels. The Book will … Continue reading

A new Ambassador of Papua New Guinea in Belgium

There is a new Ambassador of Papua New Guinea in Belgium.   Mr. Joshua R. Kalinoe has an outstanding career in the world of business. Mr. Joshua R. Kalinoe, CSM, CBE served as the Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director and Executive Director of Petromin PNG Holdings Limited. He served as the Chief Secretary to Government … Continue reading

The games of the heart are officially open!

 H.M. Queen Mathilde of Belgium officialy opened the 2014’s Special Olympics European Summer Games this Saturday afternoon in  Brussels. The 2000 athletes from 58 countries are now ready to compete and they believe in their courage to win a medal. They are just waiting for us to attend at least one of the competitions organise in ten different … Continue reading

D. Reynders asks liberation of an estonian policer

The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders, just as High Representative Catherine Ashton, is concerned about the abducation of an Estonian police officer by Russian security forces on Estonian territory. Such action runs against international law and the principle of inviolability of borders. Didier Reynders calls on the Russian authorities to … Continue reading

Reopening of the jewish museum in Brussels

Four month after a terrorist attack, the Museum will re-open its doors isth Sunday. A commemorative plaque hangs now in the entrance in memory of the four victims. The re-opening may take place after new security measures were taken. Among others: visitors will have to pass through a metal detector, policemen will be posted at the … Continue reading

What LERU wants from Carlos Moedas, Commissioner-designate for Research, Science & Innovation

The League of European Research Universities (LERU) welcomes the announcement of the nominations for the EU college of Commissioners and wishes to convey to them and to the Commissioner-designate for Research, Science & Innovation in particular its top priorities. In its May 2014 Briefing Paper “An ERA of Change”, LERU has formulated a number of … Continue reading

Eurelectric exhibition outside european parliament today wednesday and tomorrow

Electricity utilities are busy reshaping our energy system for tomorrow: making it cleaner, more innovative and closer to customers. As the new European Parliament takes up its activities and the portfolios of the proposed Juncker Commission are announced, EURELECTRIC organises a two-day exhibition to present the sector to MEPs and their staff as well as … Continue reading

Viviane Reding joins EUBrasil

MEP Viviane Reding, former Vice-President of the European Commission (EC) responsible for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship of the European Union between 2010 and 2014, is the newest member of the group of parliamentarians who are part of the Association. With the addition of Ms Reding, EUBrasil now has 16 members of the European Parliament. … Continue reading

Welcome to “Russian Cultural Fridays” !

Russian Cultural Fridays go Golden Hohloma, 19th of September 2014, as from 18.00 @Aloft   The days are getting shorter, and winter is just around the corner, but don’t hide inside.  The weekend starts at 6pm in the cozy lobby of the Aloft hotel. Come warm your heart after a hard week with a free … Continue reading

Bid deal for supply natural gas Israel-Jordan

Israel has signed an agreement with Jordan which foresees the supply of $15 billion (11,4 billion euros) worth of natural gas from its Leviathan energy field over 15 years. Israeli Energy and Watere Minister Silvan Shalom, who still needs to approve the memorandum of understanding, hailed the agreement, and referred to it as “a historic … Continue reading

Belgium sends Marianne Thyssen to EU-commission

The belgian politicians who form the next government agreed to introduce Marianne Thyssen as next european commissionner to Jean-Claude Juncker, the chairman of the commission. The deadline was set today by JC Juncker as Belgium was the last country of the Union to send the name of a future EU-comissionner Marianne Thyssen read law at … Continue reading

Take part in CEJA’s #veggieselfie campaign to support EU farmers hit by the Russian ban

Following the Russian import ban on agricultural products from the EU, the European Council of Young Farmers has launched a social media campaign to urge people to buy and eat European perishable fruit and vegetables in an attempt to support farmers struggling with their decline in export sales following Russia’s import ban. The European Commission … Continue reading

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