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Issue 1421: The EU should deal with its personal rule of legislation points earlier than reforming the Western Balkans (Digital Edition)

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EU-Africa to sort out local weather change, power, infrastructure challenges

Ahead of the EU-African Union summit, European Council President Charles Michel participated by way of video hyperlink in a debate…

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Spanish scheme to assist clever transportation methods will get EU nod

A €20 million Spanish scheme made out there by way of the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) supporting the deployment…

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EU gasoline costs on fireplace, fear of Russia invading Ukraine sizzling button

Wholesale gasoline costs within the EU rose to file ranges within the third quarter of 2021, influenced by international gasoline…

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The EU should tackle its personal rule of legislation points earlier than reforming the Western Balkans

A damning current report from the European Court of Auditors (ECA) signifies that the EU has achieved subsequent to nothing…

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ACWA Power breaks floor on first and largest wind mission in Azerbaijan

The Azerbaijani Ministry of Energy and ACWA Power held a groundbreaking ceremony on January 14 for the 240 MW wind…

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TotalEnergies joins Masdar and Siemens Energy to develop inexperienced hydrogen

Dubai-based renewable power main Masdar introduced on January 19 that TotalEnergies is including its experience within the power sector to…

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Interview with Vannia Gava, Italy’s Undersecretary of State on the Ministry of Ecological Transition

Vannia Gava, Italy’s Undersecretary of State on the Ministry of Ecological Transition, spoke with New Europe in an unique interview…

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If Russia invades once more, Ukraine finally wins

Vladimir Putin has already misplaced Ukraine. The failed totalitarian experiment of Soviet Communism has ceased to exist. Yet Ukraine continues…

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Petkov’s underwhelming Skopje go to opens a door

Bulgaria’s new Prime Minister Kiril Petkov visited Skopje December 18, after finishing a bit greater than a month in his…

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