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The post-Brexit trade deal will need the approval of the European Parliament, the British Parliament and the EU’s 27 member states.
UK PM Johnson said the country was suffering from a new variant of COVID-19 that was as much as 70% more transmissible than previous variants of the virus
Egyptian Parliament called on EU parliament “not to appoint itself as the custodian of Egypt, and to refrain from politicising human rights issues.”
Also on Thursday, EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier noted that “good progress” has been made in the trade negotiations.
Tech giants including Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook could face hefty penalties. Google criticized the draft legislation, saying it targets specific firms.
In a bid to unlock stalemate in post-Brexit trade talks, Johnson and EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen made a telephone call on Monday
The trade negotiations are at a crucial stage as time is running out for both sides to secure a deal before the Brexit transition period expires at end-2020
In his speech, Abdel-Aty pointed to the meeting’s great importance, which takes place at a time when Mediterranean region countries are looking to reformulate their cooperation relations into a real partnership.
EU also emphasizes need to enforce arms embargo, prevent oil smuggling in Libya
Meeting addresses EU-funded training programme ‘Water Knowledge’ in Egypt
EU to announce new finance package to support Egypt’s COVID-19 fight soon
Austrian prosecutors said police arrested 30 people in over 60 raids on Monday as part of anti-terror operation
Green financing of €220m will be made available through local financial institutions
Madbouly said that Africa has become one of the most important destinations for international companies and financial institutions.
Ethiopia rejects Trump’s remarks regarding ‘aggression’ against GERD
The increase saw 1.3 million cars sold across the European Union (EU), the UK, and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries.
The NSWMP aims to implement effective policy, legislation, and institutional arrangements for waste management in Egypt, coupled with the related infrastructure.
The ambassadors said that, in the same manner as it undertook recently with five new sanctions listings, the EU is ready to take restrictive measures against those who undermine and obstruct work on different tracks of the Berlin process.
The launch occurred under the auspices of the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM) in cooperation with UNICEF, and with funding from the European Union (EU).
“Change must happen now. It won’t be easy, but it must be done. We are going to work harder on this. We won’t shy away from strengthening the legislation if needed,” EU Commission VP said.
Both discuss GERD issue, Eastern Mediterranean tensions among other issues
Egypt-announced red line in Sirte and Jufra contributes to maintaining ceasefire in Libya, says Borrell
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says EU will not accept destabilisation in Eastern Mediterranean region
The project is part of the urban development and infrastructure programme implemented by the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (MSMEDA) in Giza Governorate’s Ard Al-Liwa area. The EU and AFD delegation were accompanied on the visit by a group of MSMEDA officials.
Turkish actions in Eastern Mediterranean region violate international laws and UN Law of Sea, says Egyptian former official
Foreign Ministers of Cyprus, Egypt, and Greece discuss troubling developments in Eastern Mediterranean over phone
300 experts from the EU have been deployed on the ground in Beirut, providing help in search and rescue, chemical assessment and medical treatment.
Latest FRA quarterly bulletin on migration said the coronavirus containment measures led to a 90% decrease in asylum applications in April 2020
The EU 1.82 trillion euros post-pandemic recovery fund recovery fund plan will be submitted to the European Parliament for approval
The necessary extension of EU summit also showed that “enormous efforts” were required to make Europe strong again together, Maas added.