President János Áder is to address the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly on Wednesday, with environmental protection top of the agenda, the head of the Hungarian delegation to the assembly said in Strasbourg.
Brussels is trying to put pressure on central Europe but it should “seriously rethink its attitude” to the region, the prime minister’s chief of staff said in an interview published by Polish conservative weekly Sieci.
Annual growth rate of broad monetary aggregate M3 increased to 7.9% in August 2021 from 7.6% in July Annual growth rate of narrower monetary aggregate M1, comprising currency in circulation and overnight deposits, stood at 11.1% in August, compared with 11.0% in July Annual growth rate of adjusted loans to households stood at 4.2% in August, unchanged from previous month […]
ECHA and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) have started parallel consultations on the initial scientific evaluations of glyphosate. The consultations will run for 60 days and all interested parties are encouraged to contribute.
European water bodies suffer from agricultural pollution as well as pollution from insufficiently treated waste water from cities, industry and scattered dwellings, according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) report, published today. Artificial barriers, together with navigation, abstraction, aquaculture, and invasive alien species cause additional pressures. However, solutions to tackle the problems exist and should […]
$5 billion of funding announced by philanthropists for biodiversity restoration and conservation 75 financial institutions representing EUR 12 trillion in asset commit to end investments harmful to nature
Total assets of euro area pension funds amounted to €3,213 billion in second quarter of 2021, €93 billion higher than in first quarter of 2021 Total pension entitlements of euro area pension funds rose to €2,717 billion in second quarter of 2021, up €29 billion from first quarter of 2021
EFSA and the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) have started parallel consultations on the initial scientific evaluations of glyphosate. The consultations will run for 60 days and all interested parties are encouraged to contribute.
If central European countries were not members of the EU today, living standards in the west would be much lower than they are, Prime Minister Orbán said in his address to the Conference of Speakers of Parliaments of the Visegrád Group and southeastern Europe.
The Balkans are likely to present “the next big opportunity” for the European Union, and the region could become the bloc’s next economic motor, the prime minister has said.