Nearly a hundred primary and secondary schools in Belgrade had a bombing threat on Monday morning, the Serbian Ministry of Education reported.
The 2022 Eurovision Song Contest ended with the victory of Ukraine, which had a huge proportion of European public votes.
The government aims to ensure that every Hungarian child in the Carpathian Basin should have access to kindergarten care or school education in the mother tongue, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said in Satu Mare (Máréfalva) in Transylvania on Friday.
A spokesman for the European Commission has confirmed for news channel M1 that the European Union’s executive body is standing by its plan to introduce an embargo on Russian oil.
Feedback from two public consultations has helped EFSA’s scientists prioritise reassessments of plasticiser substances used in food contact materials (FCMs) and define a protocol for assessing consumer exposure. Full risk assessments will follow in a second step.
What could a sustainable Europe look like in 2050? A European Environment Agency (EEA) web report, published today, presents four ‘imaginaries’, or scenarios, offering strongly contrasting approaches to achieving Europe’s socio-economic and environmental goals. The report is based on co-creative work by the EEA and its network (Eionet).
The European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) is seeking ten international experts in macroprudential policy and systemic risk to join its Advisory Scientific Committee (ASC).
The annual growth rate of the outstanding amount of debt securities issued by euro area residents was 4.5% in March 2022, compared with 4.7% in February. For the outstanding amount of listed shares issued by euro area residents, the annual growth rate was 1.2% in March 2022, compared with 1.4% in February.
Hungary will not prevent Ukraine’s accession with the European Union when the time comes, István Íjgyártó, Hungarian ambassador to Kyiv, said in a television interview reviewed by the news portal European Pravda on Tuesday.
Fully 5,060 people crossed into Hungary directly from Ukraine on Tuesday, while another 4,746 from Ukraine crossed via Romania, the national police headquarters said.