Europe in brief: Austrian Chancellor Nehammer advocates for diversity and against centralism in the EU

Europe in brief: Austrian Chancellor Nehammer advocates for diversity and against centralism in the EU

With Europe Day around the corner, Austrian Chancellor Nehammer speaks out in favour of diversity and the EU Commission Representation in Slovenia aims to minimise waste production during the festivities, following the signing of a zero waste commitment with an NGO. In other news: Serbia and Kosovo agree to move forward in resolving cases of missing persons and EU anti-corruption measures may become stricter in the future.

Europe in brief: Luxembourg MEP elected new European Parliament Vice-President, all eyes on Scholz’s battle tanks, Russian ‘tourists’ enter BiH

Europe in brief: Luxembourg MEP elected new European Parliament Vice-President, all eyes on Scholz’s battle tanks, Russian ‘tourists’ enter BiH

The European Parliament designates a new Vice-President to replace Eva Kaili, who remains in jail. The Parliament also urges German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to clear the way for the delivery of Leopard battle tanks to Ukraine. Although numbers are declining, Russian citizens use BiH’s visa-free regime with Russia to enter the EU.