Statement by President von der Leyen at the joint press conference with Prime Minister Fiala on the occasion of the College visit to the Czech Presidency

European Commission proposes first €1 billion tranche of the new macro-financial assistance for Ukraine
The European Commission has today proposed a new €1 billion macro-financial assistance (MFA) operation for Ukraine as the first part of the exceptional MFA package of up to €9 billion announced in the Commission’s communication of 18 May 2022 and endorsed by the European Council of 23-24 June 2022.

Calendrier du lundi 4 juillet au dimanche 10 juillet 2022

Consumer protection: Amazon Prime changes its cancellation practices to comply with EU consumer rules
Following a dialogue with the European Commission and national consumer protection authorities, Amazon has committed to bringing its cancellation practices in line with EU consumer rules.

Ukraine: Commission waives customs duties and VAT on the import of life-saving goods for Ukrainians
The European Commission has today adopted a Decision enabling Member States to temporarily waive customs duties and VAT on the importation from third countries of food, blankets, tents, electric generators and other life-saving equipment destined for Ukrainians affected by the war.

State aid: Commission approves €5 billion French scheme to support energy intensive companies in context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
The European Commission has approved a €5 billion French scheme to support energy intensive companies across sectors in the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Address of President von der Leyen to the Ukrainian Parliament following the European Council decision granting Ukraine candidate status

Press remarks by Executive Vice-President Vestager for the political agreement on the Foreign Subsidies Regulation

State aid: Commission approves €140 million Slovenian scheme to support companies in context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
The European Commission has approved a €140 million Slovenian scheme to support companies across sectors in the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

EU Cohesion Policy: Commission adopts €76.5 billion Partnership Agreement with Poland for 2021 – 2027
The Commission adopted today its Partnership Agreement with Poland, laying down the country’s Cohesion Policy investment strategy worth €76.5 billion for the period 2021-2027. Cohesion Policy funds will promote economic, social and territorial cohesion.

Remarks by Executive Vice-President Dombrovskis at the press point on the EU – New Zealand Trade Agreement

EU Cohesion Policy: Commission adopts €76.5 billion Partnership Agreement with Poland for 2021 – 2027
The Commission adopted today its Partnership Agreement with Poland, laying down the country’s Cohesion Policy investment strategy worth €76.5 billion for the period 2021-2027. Cohesion Policy funds will promote economic, social and territorial cohesion.

Remarks by Executive Vice-President Dombrovskis at the press point on the EU – New Zealand Trade Agreement

EU – New Zealand Trade Agreement: Unlocking sustainable economic growth
The EU and New Zealand have today concluded negotiations for a Trade Agreement, which is set to open significant economic opportunities for companies and consumers on both sides. The deal also includes unprecedented sustainability commitments, including respect of the Paris Climate Agreement.

Joint statement on the occasion of the meeting between President von der Leyen and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern

Pathways to School Success: Commission presents concrete measures to improve educational outcomes
Today, the Commission published a proposal for a Council Recommendation on Pathways to School Success, outlining a set of concrete policy measures to address early school leaving and the low achievement in basic skills (reading, mathematics, and science) of 15-year-olds.

Joint EU-US statement following the EU-US Justice and Home Affairs Ministerial Meeting
Joint EU-US statement following the EU-US Justice and Home Affairs Ministerial Meeting

State Aid: Commission opens in-depth investigation into Czech support for new nuclear power plant in Dukovany
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to assess whether public support that Czechia plans to grant for the construction of a new nuclear power plant in Dukovany is in line with EU State aid rules.

Antitrust: Commission seeks feedback on performance of EU antitrust enforcement framework
The European Commission has launched today a call for evidence and a public consultation   inviting feedback on the performance of the EU Regulations which lay out the procedures for the application of EU competition rules (Regulation 1/2003 and Regulation 773/2004).

Antitrust: Commission accepts commitments by Insurance Ireland to ensure access to its data sharing platform
The European Commission has made commitments offered by Insurance Ireland, an association of Irish insurers, legally binding under EU antitrust rules.

State aid: Commission approves €1.2 billion Polish scheme to support companies in context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
The European Commission has approved a €1.2 billion Polish scheme (PLN 5.5 billion) to support companies across sectors in the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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