Giovanni Kessler, the head of EU anti-fraud authority OLAF, has had his immunity from prosecution lifted, EU authorities have confirmed.
This is part of the European Union's strategy for a global pandemic response
The World Health Organization's European office said that despite seeing "positive signs" in some countries, it is too early to ease measures aimed at curbing the spread of the new coronavirus, writes BGNES.
North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany's most populous state and one of the hardest hit, paid 14.
The Council of the European Union has adopted the controversial changes to the Mobility Package, which must be approved by the European Parliament at second reading in order for it to enter into force.
Austria will begin to ease the strict measures to curb coronavirus infection after Easter, DPA reported.
In Germany, for the last 24 hours, the confirmed cases of coronavirus infection have increased by 3,677 and to date, there are a total of 95,391 registered cases.
The European Commission will temporarily waive duties and VAT on imports of essential medical equipment to help fight the coronavirus.
The Council of Ministers has defined the border points on Bulgarian territory through which unobstructed passage of commodities will be ensured.
Today, the Commission has issued new practical advice to ensure that mobile workers within the EU, in particular those in critical occupations to fight the coronavirus pandemic, can reach their workplace.
In 2018, around 672 300 persons acquired citizenship of one of the 27 Member States of the European Union (EU), down from 700 600 in 2017 and 843 900 in 2016.
Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza said the national quarantine imposed in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus would be extended until at least Easter, DPA and France Press reports.
The nine countries supporting the proposal for a joint coronavirus group represent 57% of the euro area's GDP.
A decision is needed by the EU Council on the European Commission recommendation to ensure fast transit corridors, especially for basic necessities, said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva at a briefing with Hungary’
Neighbourhood and Enlargement Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi announced that the European Union is sending € 38 million in emergency aid to the health care system of the Western Balkan countries.
"We have adopted new rules to allow faster and less expensive conformity assessment procedure for medical equipment and products.
For the first time in days - a drop in the death cases in Italy.
The temporary framework recognizes that the EU economy is experiencing serious disruption
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