Europe in brief
Our ‘Europe in brief ’ presents 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 article 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 articles, please select the respective language from the menu. For more EU news, please contact the agencies.
In its latest economic forecast, the European Commission expects inflation in the eurozone to fall. The EU announced support for a 6.4-million-euro migration management project in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Swiss parliament voted to resume negotiations with the EU.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said there was a need to explain why the EU is helping Ukraine and what a potential Russian victory would mean for Europe. The European Commission has launched an infringement procedure against Hungary over its controversial sovereignty law. Slovenia’s agriculture minister is calling for individual pesticide rules for EU member states, rather than universal ones.
At a special European Council summit in Brussels, EU leaders agreed on a new aid package to help Ukraine in its war with Russia. Germany’s Christian Lindner wants the EU’s new anti-money-laundering authority to be based in Frankfurt. The European Commission has asked France to explain the blocking of lorries carrying Spanish products in the wake of farmers’ protests.