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Europe in brief
Our EU Digest sums up the European coverage of the participating news agencies in the European Newsroom. In their best of stories, all agencies give an overview of the predominating topics of the week. Looking at their countries, the participating agencies shed light on how EU politics are perceived there. Thus, each individual digest gives a country-specific perspective on EU politics. Taken all together, they provide a truly pan-European picture.

Every enr agency selects their top stories of the week, based on their EU coverage. To read any of the compilations, please select the respective language from the menu. For more EU news, please contact the agencies.

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Europe in brief: EU-Ukraine summit aftermath, Franco-German Washington trip, no walls on Bosnia and Herzegovina-Croatian border

Europe in brief: EU-Ukraine summit aftermath, Franco-German Washington trip, no walls on Bosnia and Herzegovina-Croatian border

EU officials return from a meeting with the Ukrainian government in Kiev, leaving the door open for Ukraine’s accession to the EU. German and French economy ministers embark on a journey to Washington to discuss green subsidies plans with the Biden administration. Croatian president Andrej Plenković announces that his country will not build barriers of any kind along its border with Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Europe in brief: Two MEPs lose their immunity, European Parliament debates border fences, Commission presents Green Deal Industrial Plan

Europe in brief: Two MEPs lose their immunity, European Parliament debates border fences, Commission presents Green Deal Industrial Plan

The European Parliament voted in favor of lifting the immunity of MEPs Marc Tarabella and Andrea Cozzolino. While some political groups in the Parliament demand EU funding for fences along the Bulgarian-Turkish border, others reject this. European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen unveils details regarding the Green Deal Industrial Plan.

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