The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi addressed India-EU Summit 2020 via video conference on July 15. PM Modi said, "India and European Union are natural partners. Our partnership is significant for peace and stability of the world. This reality has become even more clear in the global situation today," said PM Modi at the 15th India-EU (virtual) summit. European side has been headed by President of the European Council Charles Michel and President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen. The Indian delegation at the summit will be led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. India-EU summit was cancelled in March due to COVID-19 pandemic.
[NFA] British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said a deal could be sealed in July with “a bit of oomph,” but European officials see no way through the Brexit deadlock. On the 4th anniversary of Britain’s historic vote, Megan Revell explains where things stand with Brexit.
Pierrette Herzberger-Fofana, a German Green party deputy who was born in Mali, told the European Parliament on Wednesday that she was a victim of "extremely traumatic" police violence outside a Brussels railway station. Olivia Chan reports.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has left his position at LBC Radio ahead of his contract renewal, and 'with immediate effect.' Business Insider reports Farage's departure followed after comments he made about Black Lives Matters protesters angered his coworkers. The ally of President Donald Trump had his microphone muted during an appearance on ITV's "Good Morning Britain" this week.
Nigel Farage has left LBC with “immediate effect”, the broadcaster has said.The Brexit Party leader had been a regular presenter on the station. In a statement, the broadcaster said: “Nigel Farage’s contract with LBC is up very shortly and, following discussions with him, Nigel is stepping down from LBC with immediate effect.We thank Nigel for the enormous contribution he has made to LBC and wish him well.” Mr Farage has often courted controversy as a presenter and a politician But his friendship with Donald Trump helped secure the station an interview with the US president in October last year.
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European Union leaders reached a deal on Tuesday on a package of measures to boost their economies after the coronavirus pandemic, agreeing to borrow and spend hundreds of billions of euros in the next few years and pay them back from new taxes. Francis Maguire reports.
Pharmaceutical companies have been advised by the Government to stockpile sixweeks’ worth of drugs to guard against disruption at the end of the Brexittransition period. The Department of Health and Social Care has written tomedicine suppliers advising them to boost reserves. In the letter, itreiterates that ministers will not ask for an extension to the transitionperiod past December 31, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
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European Union leaders ended a second day of negotiations late on Saturday without a concrete plan to pump hundreds of billions of euros into their economies ravaged by coronavirus and would resume on Sunday. Conway G. Gittens has the details.
European Commission Vice President Margaritis Schinas talks to the Global Conversation about the future of Europe's border-free travel Schengen zone and what European solidarity should look like once Europe comes out of the coronavirus crisis.View on euronews
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