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Portugal supports Germany, France's idea to create €500B fund

Head of the Eurogroup and the Minister of Finance of Portugal, Mario Centeno, supported the initiative of Germany and France to create a €500 billion fund for the restoration of the European economy. He said it in an interview with Welt am Sonntag. Previously, the plan of France and Germany came...

EC sets to lower use of pesticides and fertilizers in EU in 10 years

The European Commission presented a strategy within which it set to achieve a significant reduction in the use of pesticides and fertilizers in the EU, as well as reducing the amount of food thrown away, according to the EC. "The use of pesticides in agriculture contributes to the pollution of...

UK calls for affirmative approach to Brexit negotiations

The UK is surprised by the unbalanced requirements for a Brexit trade transaction from the EU, which slows down negotiations and agreement. London calls on Brussels to a fair approach to the deal. The corresponding appeal was made on Tuesday by the head of the group of British negotiators David...

Over 60 countries call for independent investigation of COVID-19 origin

The initiative of the European Union and Australia on the eve of the World Health Assembly has been criticized both in China and the United States. The European Union and Australia are calling for a thorough investigation of the source of origin and mass distribution of coronavirus, the Australian...

European Commission will check Germany for violation of EU laws

The German Constitutional Court stated that the purchase of government bonds by the ECB is contrary to the German constitution. Now Germany is waiting for an investigation and, in the worst case scenario, fines. The European Commission suspects Germany of violating EU laws and is about to conduct...

Germany cancels Oktoberfest for the first time in post-war history

The festival, which attracted about 6 million beer fans every year, brought up to €1.3 billion to the breweries, organizers of the celebration, as well as artists, hotel owners and taxi drivers. The world's largest beer festival Oktoberfest, scheduled to take place in Munich from September 19 to...

Turkish authorities to release 90,000 prisoners

The Turkish Parliament approved a bill to release about 90,000 people due to the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Amnesty will not affect political prisoners, which human rights defenders have already criticized. On Monday, April 13, the Turkish Parliament, approved a bill to release about 90,000...

Crime rates in some countries fall because of lockdown

With the widespread proliferation of quarantine measures to combat the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, police around the world have recorded a decrease in the number of certain crimes: murders, robberies, street attacks, drug-related crimes. For example, in Chicago, the city with one of the highest...

China opens Wuhan

Chinese authorities have unblocked the exit from Wuhan, where the coronavirus pandemic began, Chinese media reported on Tuesday. Wuhan has been completely isolated for 76 days. The authorities introduced such measures to contain the spread of COVID-19. Cars with those wishing to leave Wuhan...

Germany allocates over €1 trillion to support economy and healthcare

In the context of the coronavirus pandemic, German authorities have already provided €1.137 trillion for activities to support the economy and additional investments in the health sector. Over one trillion euros have already been allocated for measures to support the economy in the context of the...
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