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Gabriela Baczynska

EU's Michel proposes five billion euros Brexit emergency fund

14 Jul 2020

(This July 10 story, corrects spelling of looser in paragraph 7)

EU's Michel floats please-all recovery plan ahead of tough budget summit

10 Jul 2020

BRUSSELS European Council President Charles Michel on Friday sought to bridge gaps between EU countries over their long-term budget and economic stimulus plans before national leaders meet next week to haggle over how to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

Factbox: The gaps EU must bridge to unlock COVID-19 economic stimulus

09 Jul 2020

European Union leaders meet in Brussels next week to discuss a proposal to inject hundreds of billions of euros into their economies ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Germany eyes breakthrough in EU migration dispute this year

07 Jul 2020

Germany said on Tuesday it wants European Union nations to overcome a deadlock on how to handle refugees and migrants this year, weighing in on a bruising dispute that has divided the 27-member bloc for years.

'The ball is in the UK's court,' EU's Brexit negotiator says

25 Jun 2020

WARSAW/BRUSSELS Britain must send "clear signals" that it wants to seal a deal with the European Union on their relationship after Brexit, the bloc's chief negotiator said ahead of more talks with London, adding a deal was still possible before the end of the year.

EU travel recommendations may impede Americans and Russians

24 Jun 2020

BRUSSELS The European Union (EU) hopes to reopen borders for outsiders from July, but will review individual nations' COVID-19 situation fortnightly, according to diplomats and a document laying out criteria that could keep Americans and Russians out.

EU travel recommendations may impede Americans and Russians

24 Jun 2020

BRUSSELS The European Union (EU) hopes to reopen borders for outsiders from July, but will review individual nations' COVID-19 situation fortnightly, according to diplomats and a document laying out criteria that could keep Americans and Russians out.

After splurging on coronavirus, EU seeks state aid compromise with Britain

22 Jun 2020

WARSAW/BRUSSELS The European Union could soften demands in trade talks that Britain follow its state aid rules, diplomats and officials have said, just as the bloc's own splurge to cushion the hit from the coronavirus has stretched its competition rules.

Eastern countries reject using EU carbon revenue to repay COVID debt

19 Jun 2020

Eastern European Union countries have rejected using carbon emissions trading to boost the bloc's budget, sources said as leaders convened on Friday to wrangle over how to pay for recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

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