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Mogerini presented in Strasbourg, the European Union strategy for Syria
15.03.2017

Mogerini presented in Strasbourg, the European Union strategy for Syria

The European Commission and EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini on Tuesday adopted a joint document, which proposes a long-term strategy of the European Union to Syria.

In Wales, we wanted to hold a referendum on independence after Scotland
15.03.2017

In Wales, we wanted to hold a referendum on independence after Scotland

The current rate of the British authorities concerning Brexit can "put an end to the United Kingdom as a state"; if Scotland separate from the UK, Wales may consider holding a referendum on independence, said the leader of the nationalist party Plaid Cymru ( «Plaid Cymru") Leann Wood.

China is trying to protect children from the Western cultural values
14.03.2017

China is trying to protect children from the Western cultural values

The market of children's entertainment products in China is almost completely occupied by Western authors. Now the Communist Party is struggling to win a place there for the traditional Chinese values. However, the middle class continues to buy for their children import, and analysts point out that the victory of the entire Western just blame the Chinese conservatives.

Polish attack on a candidate Angela Merkel
14.03.2017

Polish attack on a candidate Angela Merkel

The chairmanship of the European Council will remain for years 59-Polish politician, former Prime Minister of the country, Donald Tusk. During his re-election vote 27 28 from Heads of State and Government of the countries - members of the European Union during the EU summit.

European employers have received the right to prohibit religious dress at work
14.03.2017

European employers have received the right to prohibit religious dress at work

The Court gave employers the right to prohibit the wearing of religious clothing during working hours. On Tuesday, March 14, Reuters reported.

The British Parliament approved a bill on the country's exit from the EU start
14.03.2017

The British Parliament approved a bill on the country's exit from the EU start

"The Parliament of the United Kingdom signed the bill authorizing the Government to start the process of entering the European Union to 31 March," - said in a statement.

On the exit from the EU are beginning to worry even the Poles
14.03.2017

On the exit from the EU are beginning to worry even the Poles

In Poland, published a petition for withdrawal from the EU. Until now, such sentiments in the country was not at all, but now suddenly flared up the debate about the pros and cons of staying in the EU. The authors of the petition criticized Brussels' anti-Christian values. " What was the impetus for the debate and how widespread euroscepticism in Poland?

Stoltenberg: In the case of independence, Scotland would lose membership in NATO
14.03.2017

Stoltenberg: In the case of independence, Scotland would lose membership in NATO

Scotland will be deprived of membership in NATO in the event of the declaration of independence, it will have to re-apply for membership in the alliance, said the Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg association in an interview Sky News.

The EP calls for ban on campaign activities of foreign policy in the EU
13.03.2017

The EP calls for ban on campaign activities of foreign policy in the EU

German MEPs approved the action of the Netherlands authorities, the ban campaign rallies Turkish politicians in Rotterdam, and called for a complete ban on election activities of foreign policy in the EU.

Turkish minister urged to review the agreement with the EU about migrants
13.03.2017

Turkish minister urged to review the agreement with the EU about migrants

The Turkish authorities should partially revise the agreement with the European Union on the admission of migrants, the Turkish Minister for EU Affairs Omer Celik.

In Germany, think about the withdrawal of government funding is extremely right-wing parties
13.03.2017

In Germany, think about the withdrawal of government funding is extremely right-wing parties

German authorities are considering the option of depriving the German parties adhering to a radical right-wing, the financial revenues from the state, said on Monday the agency The Associated Press quoted Justice Minister Heiko Maas.

"The trap for the eurozone: the collapse or default"
13.03.2017

"The trap for the eurozone: the collapse or default"

Focusing on the challenges that the European Union can bring separation from Great Britain, the leading EU intelligence distracted from monitoring the "health" of the eurozone, and when some of them decided to return to observe the "patient", it turned out that he was "more dead than alive."

Le Pen has promised to cooperate with Poland and Hungary in the EU dismantling
13.03.2017

Le Pen has promised to cooperate with Poland and Hungary in the EU dismantling

The leader of the party "National Front" Marine Le Pen said that if he wins the presidential elections in France will offer cooperation to the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban and head of the ruling Party of Poland Jaroslaw Kaczynski in the dismantling of the European Union.

In the UK there was the Minister of Anti-Subversion
13.03.2017

In the UK there was the Minister of Anti-Subversion

British Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed Ben Gummer minister to combat subversion. It is reported by The Times.

Brexit becomes more real
13.03.2017

Brexit becomes more real

Against the background of the many predictions that the British establishment sabotaging decision referendum on withdrawal from the EU, the process is moving steadily forward. On the new week is expected several important steps in this direction, including the launch of a direct Brexit. This leads one to suspect that the numerous obstacles and reservations of the British elites play a very different role in this process.

Behind the facade of European welfare
13.03.2017

Behind the facade of European welfare

Last Thursday, at the headquarters of the European Union police force in The Hague, Europol head Ron Wainwright made a sensational statement. According to Wainwright, in Europe there are more than 5 thousand organized criminal groups working on a method of transnational corporations.

Berlin said it is impossible to develop economic relations with Turkey
13.03.2017

Berlin said it is impossible to develop economic relations with Turkey

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and the head of the Interior Ministry, Thomas de Maiziere spoke about relations with Ankara, Berlin, and the possibility of speaking Turkish politicians in Europe.

Not united Europe
13.03.2017

Not united Europe

Leaders of the European powers did not consider it necessary to conceal their relationship to the "new Europeans".

"Russia did not give me money - I took a loan"
12.03.2017

"Russia did not give me money - I took a loan"

Big Interview: Marine Le Pen (Marine Le Pen) may soon reduce the EU: "The next day, after I'd elected president, I would have said to the French people to hold a referendum." Journalist SvD Teresa Küchler (Teresa Küchler) met in Paris with the leader of the "National Front" and talked about the notorious Protection, the EU and about whether it is possible to be both a Muslim and a Frenchman.

Europe two freshness. Much food scandal in the EU
11.03.2017

Europe two freshness. Much food scandal in the EU

In the European Union are trying to put out a new scandal - around food. East Europeans, let us recall, last week, suddenly found that the products sold under the Pan-European brands in their stores - corny poorer quality than the products of these Europeans.

Media: Mei launch Brexit procedure Tuesday
11.03.2017

Media: Mei launch Brexit procedure Tuesday

Already next Tuesday, March 14, British Prime Minister Theresa May can run the country's exit from the procedure of the European Union in enacting article 50 of the Lisbon EU treaty, writes Daily Telegraph.

Czech Republic found a way for the abolition of anti-Russian sanctions
11.03.2017

Czech Republic found a way for the abolition of anti-Russian sanctions

The European Union became apparent the next "weakest link" - the Czech Republic. On Friday, its president reopened called for the lifting of sanctions with Russia, jokingly calling themselves "Putin's agent", even before the government refused to switch to the euro - in spite of the promises of the EU. But the most unpleasant surprise for Brussels that the local allies of Moscow - the communists - now the claim to the last word.

Poland billed for its Sovereign ambitions
11.03.2017

Poland billed for its Sovereign ambitions

Re-election of Donald Tusk for the post of head of the European Council is the demonstrative "click on the nose" Poland, which strongly opposed his candidacy. However, this is only the first test of strength of Polish great power ambitions, which have grown strongly in recent years. Now the country will have to determine whether it is ready to pay for them yourself.

Austrian Chancellor: EU relations with Russia should not depend on US
10.03.2017

Austrian Chancellor: EU relations with Russia should not depend on US

Brussels relations with Moscow should not depend on Washington's position, the EU should pursue its own policy, said Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern.

Poland blocked the final decision of the EU summit
10.03.2017

Poland blocked the final decision of the EU summit

Poland blocked the final decision of the EU summit due to reelection Donald Tusk, chairman of the European Council, said Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlow, adding that it creates a "dangerous precedent", according to AFP.

Out of the UK leaving the EU threatens to Scotland
10.03.2017

Out of the UK leaving the EU threatens to Scotland

On Thursday, British Prime Minister Theresa May had to announce the start of the country's exit from the European Union procedures. Instead, the main theme of the day was the announcement by the prime minister of Scotland its intention to hold a referendum on secession from the UK. London may lead the country away from Europe only to the collapse of the price - or their own state, or of a united Europe.

The head of the ECB urged the eurozone countries to carry out structural reforms
10.03.2017

The head of the ECB urged the eurozone countries to carry out structural reforms

eurozone countries in 2017 year will hold a series of structural reforms to strengthen economic growth and resistance to risks, reduce unemployment and accelerate the growth of production, the head of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi.

Battle of France: globalists go to any lengths to remove Le Pen
09.03.2017

Battle of France: globalists go to any lengths to remove Le Pen  

Globalists opened card and went to an open attack on Marine Le Pen. Once they were able to knock almost Fillon with elections and unleash banker Rothschild, Liberal Socialist Makron on women's talk show whose main objective was to prevent the election of Marin, and here for them "all good."

Germany wants the EU to divide into two classes
09.03.2017

Germany wants the EU to divide into two classes

The European Union seems to expect a radical reform. Germany proposes to divide the EU is actually in two parts - managing "center" and subordinate the "periphery." There are good reasons to believe that the implementation of this idea does not make the EU "a safe and prosperous," as it is claimed. Moreover, as a result of the EU decay it becomes more likely.

Tusk was elected to a second term as head of the Council of Europe
09.03.2017

Tusk was elected to a second term as head of the Council of Europe

Leaders of the countries - EU members on Thursday voted in favor of the extension of the mandate of the Chairman of the European Council Donald Tusk, Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel.

Malta Azure Window struck
09.03.2017

Malta Azure Window struck

In the west of the Maltese island of Gozo has fallen 28-meter high rock arch of natural origin, known as the Azure Window. This writes The Times of Malta.

Merkel said there is a "deep divisions" with Turkey
09.03.2017

Merkel said there is a "deep divisions" with Turkey

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said there is a "profound disagreement" with Ankara against the background of the scandal with performances by Turkish politicians in Germany.

Media: Disappointed in Europe, Russians began to return to their homeland
09.03.2017

Media: Disappointed in Europe, Russians began to return to their homeland

According to the Interior Ministry and the Foreign Ministry, in 2016 year in Russia from abroad have returned almost 150 thousand compatriots, including about 30 thousand people -.. From the European Union.

Britain proved to be the EU 2 billion euro of customs duties
09.03.2017

Britain proved to be the EU 2 billion euro of customs duties

The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) recommended Bruxelles request from London 1,99 billion euros due to the damage from the EU budget in unpaid import duties for many years on the territory of the European Union through Britain textiles and shoes from China.

Germany accuses Turkey of spying
09.03.2017

Germany accuses Turkey of spying

A new round in the German-Turkish crisis in Berlin believes that Turkey is stepping up intelligence activities in Germany, the Turks accused the Germans of Islamophobia

Migrants are pushing Europe to the civil war between good and common sense
09.03.2017

Migrants are pushing Europe to the civil war between good and common sense

The notion that the development of the refugee crisis in the EU contribute only policy-globalists, and regular folk or indignant, or harbor resentment, deceptive. The truck body, motorboats and rear family minivans Europeans unselfishly transports illegal immigrants to their home countries and are proud of this trial. What motivates these people?

China will deprive EU 170 billion euros?
07.03.2017

China will deprive EU 170 billion euros?

China plans to increase production capacity to criticism from one of its major trading partners, says CNBC.

The European Commission will consider the dual quality of products in different EU countries
07.03.2017

The European Commission will consider the dual quality of products in different EU countries

The European Commission this month will consider the question of the different quality of the same foodstuffs sold in Western and Eastern countries of the European Union, told journalists on Monday the head of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic Marian Yurechko with reference to the European Commissioner for Justice, consumer rights and gender equality Faith Yurov.

The Court decided that the EU countries are not obliged to give visas to refugees
07.03.2017

The Court decided that the EU countries are not obliged to give visas to refugees

EU member states are not obliged to provide applicants for asylum visas for legal entry, this decision was made on Tuesday, the European Court in Luxembourg, according to the online magazine FOCUS, with reference to the court's decision.

EU fears transformation in the Balkans
07.03.2017

EU fears transformation of the Balkans in the "chessboard to play the big powers"

The head of European diplomacy Mogherini expressed concern over the situation in the Western Balkans. British Foreign Johnson has accused Russia of aggravating tensions in the region.