Hits: 16The G7 adopted internationally guiding principles and the voluntary code of conduct to guarantee the safety and fundamental rights of people and businesses in using numerous AIs applications. The agreement will strengthen the AI uptake, investment and innovation reflecting the EU values to promote trustworthy AIs.
Hits: 15European defense integration is gaining speed as modern military conflicts require the EU-wide response. Commission is coordinating the member states’ efforts through new “instruments” to support such actions as e.g. joint acquisition of weapons, transferring urgently needed defense equipment and establishing the EU Defense Union. Besides, present vulnerable global geopolitical and security situation shows […]
Hits: 11The Tripartite Social Summit takes place twice a year ahead of European Council meetings. It is co-chaired by the Presidents of the European Council and the Commission and attended by the Head of State or Government representing the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU.
Hits: 27EU Cohesion Policy contributes to strengthening economic, social and territorial cohesion among 27 member states. The new facets of policy also aim at correct imbalances between countries and regions by delivering on the Union’s political priorities, especially the green and digital transition. Conducted in June 2023, the Eurobarometer survey entailed about 26 thousand telephone […]
Hits: 21The European “green deal” was born out of necessities: i.e. to deal with energy transition, sustainable growth, as well as in protecting environment, people and the planet; thus, it was designed as an opportunity to build new facets of future prosperity in the member states and reacting to modern challenges.
Hits: 23Recent summit of global leaders at the UN Headquarters in New York at the end of September were aimed at reviewing the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs. Besides, it provided a high-level political guidance on transformative and accelerated actions leading to achieving the SDGs by 2030, which […]
Hits: 10Most countries are presently both combating to recover after the global pandemic and facing numerous challenges to economy coped with deepening impact of climate change. Progress towards reaching SDGs (sustainable development goals) has been slower than required to achieve the timeline laid out in 2015; the year 2023 marks the halfway point to 2030. […]
Hits: 36Due to supplement EU competence in education and culture, the European Education Area, EEA is a process of intensive dialogue and joint actions with the member states. Hence, the EU member states actively cooperate to overcome existing and coming challenges adding to the momentum of creating the EEA; the efforts are based on Commission’s […]
Hits: 42The EU institutions, mainly the Commission, are taking resolute steps and planning numerous initiatives to facilitate the work of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the member states. Main attention is devoted to reducing red tapes, optimizing taxation and facilitating business on sustainable paths.
Hits: 7The European Commission is eager to lay the foundations for Europe’s future with the help of more socially active citizens, resilient societies, sustainable economies and businesses. Most citizens in the EU-27 have faith in the European integration and hope for the future and trust in the Union’s strength. However, modern challenges require vigorous national […]