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Brussels backs €7.5 billion cut of EU funds to Hungary
The European Commission believes the reforms undertaken by Budapest so far to ensure EU money is not misused did not go far enough.
EU should not start trade war with US over green subsidies - expert
Brussels and Washington are at odds over the United States' Inflation Reduction Act.
Brussels recommends billions in EU funds be withheld from Hungary
The European Commission's assessment is that Budapest has not delivered on its reforms to ensure EU funds are not misappropriated and it has decided to refer the matter to the Council.
Brussels ends 15 years of special rule-of-law surveillance on Romania
The European Commission concluded Romania had made enough progress on anti-corruption legislation and judicial reforms.
If Ukraine war doesn't end, next winter will be even worse — Gentiloni
In an interview with Euronews, EU Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni discussed the worrying state of the European economy and the looming threat of recession.
Brussels unveils first-ever EU cap on gas prices but as 'last resort'
After months of political pressure, the European Commission has presented a formal proposal to prevent high gas prices.
Four EU countries block reform of controversial energy treaty
The European Commission argued member states were better off inside a reformed treaty rather than outside.
Hungary optimistic EU will unblock funds despite rule of law concerns
Some have accused Hungary of blackmail by using its veto power over other important EU issues, including sanctions against Russia, a planned minimum global corporate tax, and the issuance of common debt to fund €18 billion of support for Ukraine.
EU gas cap will be suspended if LNG cargoes go elsewhere – EU official
The instrument will act as a "safety ceiling" to prevent excessive gas prices and curb rampant speculation.
Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania are 'ready' to join the Schengen Area
The European Commission has urged member states to accept the three candidates in the passport-free area.
EU states have relocated just 117 asylum seekers out of 8,000 pledges
The system is supposed to enable the relocation of people from southern EU countries to other states across the bloc.
EU negotiators approve €1 billion bump for next year's budget
The 2023 EU budget includes €186.6 billion in planned "commitments" — €1 billion more than initially tabled by the European Commission.
EU says refugees must 'immediately disembark' Ocean Viking rescue ship
The European Commission said the situation onboard the vessel "has reached a critical level and needs to be urgently addressed to avoid a humanitarian tragedy."
Ukraine war: EU pledges €18 billion to cover Kyiv's budget gap
The Commission says the money will be raised on capital markets and then sent to Kyiv in the form of favourable long-term loans.
EU to unveil emergency law to boost renewables over gas shortage fears
According to the IEA, the emergency law could replace 14 billion cubic metres of gas with renewables.
Brussels proposes new EU fiscal rules to turn the page on austerity
The new rules will give EU countries greater flexibility to design their own fiscal plans, which will need to ensure a gradual decline of public debt.
EU court annuls Brussels ruling for Fiat to pay €30mn in back taxes
The European Commission had said that a 2012 tax ruling by Luxembourg toward a Fiat company was in breach of the bloc's state aid rules.
COP27: Important to discuss climate reparations, says von der Leyen
Ursula von der Leyen said world leaders should examine the available funds that can be used as compensation for the damage caused by climate change.
The EU promised €9 billion in financial aid to Kyiv. Where is it?
The macro-financial assistance is meant to help Ukraine cover its budget deficit and keep its economy running.
COP27: EU intends to oppose separate fund for climate reparations
COP27 marks the first time that loss and damage is a formal part of the agenda.
EU to tighten rules on gun trade to clamp down on trafficking
The European Commission on Thursday called for a change in the rules on the import, export and transit of firearms for civilian use to clamp down on trafficking and keep better track of the number of such weapons in the bloc.
The EU and North Macedonia sign migration agreement
The European Union and North Macedonia have signed an agreement on border management cooperation. The accord involves the EU’s frontier agency, Frontex.
What is the Energy Charter Treaty and why is it so controversial?
The ECT establishes a system of private arbitration that can result in multimillion euro compensations for fossil fuel companies.
EU countries still split by 'different views' on gas price cap
EU countries want to make sure a gas price cap would not threaten the security of supplies or lead to an increase in gas consumption.
Catalan president meets with EU commissioners in restart of relations
Pere Aragonès said the region was working to "generate spaces of trust with the EU institutions."
Fact-check: No, Brussels has not frozen EU recovery funds for Spain
Multiple social media users and Spanish politicians have falsely claimed that the EU has blocked Spain's access to recovery funds.