Europe in brief: Germany and France want to continue their constructive relationship. In Austria, the number of people wanting to leave the EU is on the rise again and Slovenia warns against undermining the EU leaders’ agreement on gas prices.

Europe in brief: Germany and France want to continue their constructive relationship. In Austria, the number of people wanting to leave the EU is on the rise again and Slovenia warns against undermining the EU leaders’ agreement on gas prices.

The meeting of French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz was described as “constructive.” According to a survey, the number of people wanting to leave the EU is on the rise in Austria. What else was important this week: Slovenia warns against undermining the base of the EU leaders’ agreement on gas prices reached last week-

Europe in brief: Belgium’s Prime Minister has underlined the seriousness of the escalation of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine – the EU has decided to react with further sanctions against Russia

Europe in brief: Belgium’s Prime Minister has underlined the seriousness of the escalation of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine – the EU has decided to react with further sanctions against Russia

Belgium’s Prime Minister has stressed the seriousness of the escalation of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. Brussels in favor of Slovenia’s candidacy for the UN Security Council. Moreover this week: European Commissioner sees lack of progress in solving Slovakia’s Roma issue. Bulgarian News Agency BTA becomes seat of the Association of Balkan News Agencies. German data retention overturned after ECJ ruling.

Europe’s reaction to the ongoing energy crisis

Europe’s reaction to the ongoing energy crisis

EU countries are scrambling to face up to a challenging winter ahead, with consumers facing skyrocketing energy prices. Brussels plans a series of measures aimed at shielding households and businesses from high energy costs.

Von der Leyen defends intervention in the European electricity market, German Chancellor wants to strengthen Europe with reforms

Von der Leyen defends intervention in the European electricity market, German Chancellor wants to strengthen Europe with reforms

Europe in brief: The electricity market and inflation in Europe, the training mission for the Ukrainian forces, the nuclear power plant at Zaporizhzhya and the nuclear agreement with Iran are some of the issues that have dominated European news in the last few days. Also this week: German Chancellor Olaf Scholz wants to make the European Union fit for enlargement by strengthening it with far-reaching reforms.

Is Europe ready for a new wave of migration?

Is Europe ready for a new wave of migration?

As Europe is seeing an influx of refugees, 21 EU member states have signed a voluntary solidarity mechanism on June 22, which is supposed to relieve southern countries like Italy.