Remarks by Commissioner Kyriakides during her visit in Ukraine

Ucraina: concesso l’accesso ai fondi del programma EU4Health dell’UE
Oggi, nel quadro degli sforzi che la Commissione sta compiendo per offrire un sostegno nel settore della salute, la Commissaria Kyriakides si è recata in visita in Ucraina per incontrare il ministro della Salute Viktor Liashko e visitare un centro medico pediatrico e un centro di riabilitazione per malati.

Implementation of EU sanctions against Russia: Commission adopts proposal for “maintenance and alignment” package
The European Commission has today adopted a proposal for a new package of measures to maintain and strengthen the effectiveness of the EU’s six wide-ranging and unprecedented packages of sanctions against Russia.

Applicazione del diritto dell’UE: in difesa dei diritti, delle libertà fondamentali e dello Stato di diritto

Remarks by Executive Vice-President Vestager on Important Project of Common European Interest in the hydrogen technology value chain

Aiuti di Stato: la Commissione approva finanziamenti pubblici fino a un massimo di 5,4 miliardi di € provenienti da quindici Stati membri a sostegno di un importante progetto di comune interesse europeo riguardante la catena del valore della tecnologia dell’idrogeno

Pacchetto infrazioni di luglio: decisioni principali

Media freedom: the Commission refers HUNGARY to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failure to comply with EU electronic communications rules

Commission refers HUNGARY to the Court of Justice of the EU over violation of LGBTIQ rights

Environmental impact assessment: Commission takes GREECE to the Court of Justice of the European Union
The European Commission has decided today to refer Greece (INFR(2019)2217) to the Court of Justice of the European Union  for its failure to correctly transpose the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Directive.

State aid: Commission approves €2 billion Finnish scheme to support companies in context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
The European Commission has approved a €2 billion Finnish loan and guarantee scheme to support small and medium enterprises (‘SMEs’) and large companies in the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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