On Thursday, Kinshasa ordered the European Union (EU) to withdraw its representative from the Democratic Republic of the Congo within “48 hours”.
The Belgian Cabinet made decisions on Thursday in a official document relating to preparations in the case of absence of an agreement being negotiated by 29 March 2019 (the so-called “no deal” scenario).

Kurds in Syria abandoned by EU and US

Tuesday, 25 December 2018 08:32
President Trump announced last Wednesday in a Tweet that the US would withdraw its diplomats at once from Syria and the remaining 2,000 American special forces in the north of the country within a short period.

Non-transparent EU funding to NGOs

Friday, 21 December 2018 13:23
The European Court of Auditors (EAC) criticized on Tuesday the way in which EU funding is channelled through NGOs (Non-Governmental Organisations).

EU Commission prepares for no-deal Brexit

Thursday, 20 December 2018 16:27
The European Commission has begun taking measures to plan for the departure by the United Kingdom from the European Union with no formal agreement, the so-called No-Deal Brexit, according to La Libre.
It was agreed in the Consultative Committee Wednesday that the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders (MR) would plead at the European level in favor of an embargo on arms sales to Saudi Arabia, Flemish Minister-President Geert Bourgeois (N-VA) reported to the Flemish Parliament.
The British Government published on Wednesday a white paper on the immigration system it plans to establish after Brexit.
On Wednesday morning, EU member-state negotiators and the European parliament agreed to prohibit a number of single-use plastics.
On Monday, the European car industry, speaking through the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (the “ACEA”), made known its “serious concerns” on CO2 emissions.
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said on Friday on the margins of a summit in Brussels that he would like the European Commission to be able to conduct investigations and possibly take action against people who carry out disinformation campaigns to try and “destabilise democracies”.