EU-US Trade and Technology Council enhances cooperation in emerging technologies, sustainable trade and economic security
Today, the European Union and the United States have held the fourth ministerial meeting of the EU-US Trade and Technology Council (TTC) in Luleå, Sweden.

EU-US Trade and Technology Council: simpler rules for more trade in veterinary products
In today’s EU-US Trade and Technology Council, the US and the EU reached an agreement to mutually recognise the results of pharmaceutical Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) inspections for veterinary products.

Joint Statement EU-US Trade and Technology Council of 31 May 2023 in Lulea, Sweden

InvestEU: Iceland and Norway join programme for green, digital and SME financing in Europe
This is an opportunity to continue and strengthen cooperation between the EU and European Economic Area (EEA) by attracting private and public investment to advance common priorities like the green and digital transitions, research and innovation, and the competitiveness of the European economy.

EU Cohesion Policy: €120 million call for urban innovation projects
EU Cohesion Policy helps innovating our cities. The European Urban Initiative (EUI) is launching today a second call for proposals worth €120 million for innovative projects that should develop and test new solutions to tackling current urban challenges.

Daily News 31 / 05 / 2023

Commission proposes to better guarantee the rights of adults in need of protection or support in cross-border situations
Today, the Commission is proposing new rules aimed to ensure that the protection of adults is maintained in cross-border cases, and that their right to individual autonomy.

European Citizens’ Initiative: Commission decides to register initiative on mutual recognition of final judgments within the EU
Today, the Commission decided to register a European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) entitled ‘Effective implementation of the concept of judicial precedent in EU countries’.

Statement by the European Commission on the Polish law establishing a State Committee for the Examination of Russian Impacts on internal Security

Questions and Answers on wildfires: EU response 2023
The fire risk in Europe and the rest of the world is expected to continue increasing due to climate change and this wildfire season will likely be increasingly characterised by massive fires that cost lives and burn areas that take longer to fully recover.

Wildfires: EU doubles rescEU firefighting fleet for summer 2023
Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič announced today the doubling of the rescEU aerial firefighting fleet for this year’s wildfire season while speaking at the 10th anniversary of the EU’s Emergency Response Coordination Centre.

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