The United Kingdom can decide on its own to reverse its withdrawal from the European Union, without needing the approval of the other member States, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) said in a ruling handed down on Monday.
A majority of the British population think the United Kingdom should remain in the European Union, according to a new poll published in The Independent on Sunday.
The Justice and Home Affairs Council adopted unanimously last week a declaration on the fight against antisemitism and the development of a common security approach to better protect Jewish communities and institutions in Europe.
Ninety-seven Belgian communes are among 2,800 municipalities to receive a voucher for 15,000 euros each from the EU to install free Wi-Fi in public places, the European Commission disclosed on Friday.
On Friday, the European Commission set out a plan, developed with member states, to favour the development and use of AI (artificial intelligence) in Europe.
This December, three years have passed since the law “On the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC)” was approved, which provided the legal framework for its functioning as well as a favourable environment for the participants.
Elio Di Rupo, president of the French-speaking socialist party PS, has proposed Paul Magnette, currently mayor of Charleroi, to lead the PS list at the European elections in May.
Chanukah, the Jewish winter festival, was celebrated yesterday in the European Commission. During the festival candles are lighted during eight days in memory of the rededication of the temple in Jerusalem in the 2nd century BCE after a battle for freedom of religion and national independence.
European Union member States have approved three clean-energy dossiers despite reservations expressed by Belgium on behalf of its regions.
On 1 December, Kazakhstan marked the Day of the First President.