Entertainment European Union: Ursula von der Leyen details its crisis exit agenda
Spain, Afghan Land on behalf of the European Union
The Torrejon de Ardoz military base, near Madrid, becomes the land of reception of Afghans who worked for the European Union. This center, installed in four days, could accommodate a thousand people and would be "a hub", "The Logistics Center of Europe. View on Euronews © Paul White / Copyright 2021 The Associated Press.
The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, pronounces on Wednesday his speech on the State of the Union, an annual rendezvous to present a balance sheet of the year passed and take stock of the challenges to come.
German, President of the , pronounces Wednesday, September 15 his speech on the State of the Union before the European Parliament in Strasbourg. This annual appointment, which marks the beginning of the European political year, makes it possible to present a balance sheet of the past year and to speak of the next projects of the institution.
Forsa survey: SPD is for the first time before Union
Berlin. A survey around five weeks before the general election is scared on the Union: For the first time for the first time since 15 years, the SPD has overtaken the CDU / CSU in the weekly survey of the Institute Forsa. What the SPD says. © Philipp von Ditfurth The Federal Finance Minister and SPD Chancellor's Candidate Olaf Scholz stands during a campaign event on the Karlsruhe Marketplace on a stage and talks. Photo: Philipp von ditfurth / dpa.
After a year and a half pandemic, COVID-19 must be at the center of speech. Ursula von der Leyen must return to the European management of the sanitary and economic crisis and outline his crisis exit agenda for the coming year. It should thus address a long time the issue ofAmong the other topics on the program: the economic stimulus, digital, global warming or
the migration issueThe speech, which should last more than an hour, will be followed by a debate in the presence of MEPs. in a statement
EU introduces itself in submarine quarrel behind France .
Brussels. On Thursday, Australia, Great Britain and the US had announced an Indopazific Security Pact. Among other things, the pact provides that Australia builds with technology of the two partners nuclear powered submarines. A sales contract with France is thus obsolete. The EU strikes one side. © Geert Vanden Wijngaert Michael Roth (R), Minister of State for European affairs from Germany, speaks with Clement Beaune, his counterpart from France.