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Europe's week: Macron's mission and Ukraine-Russia tensions continue
The French President said he wants to 'piss off' the unvaccinated till the 'bitter end', while an EU foreign policy chief visited Ukraine's Donbas region for the first time since the conflict began.
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Europe's week: Omicron reveals the EU's coordination cracks
EU leaders closed an intense agenda this week with talks about the new COVID-19 variant omicron.
'Massive consequences': EU leaders warn Russia not to invade Ukraine
"Any further military aggression against Ukraine will have massive consequences and severe cost in response," EU leaders said in a statement following a summit in Brussels.
Moldovan reforms will be for voters, not EU, says country's new PM
Natalia Gavrilița also told Euronews that she intends to make the country's economy more attractive to foreign investors.
Why is Sunday's legislative election in Moldova so important?
There are 20 parties vying for spots in the 101-seat parliament - but the main battle will be between pro-reformists, and those preferring pro-Russian rule.
EU leaders blast Viktor Orbán over anti-LGBT bill during tense summit
EU leaders joined forces to criticise the Hungarian Prime Minister, with the Dutch PM even suggesting Hungary should leave the bloc if it doesn't agree with EU values.
EU leaders expected to confirm financial aid for Turkey migrant help
The bloc's 27 heads of state and government will meet in Brussels on Thursday to also discuss migration, COVID-19 and relations with Russia.
Europe should 'get its act together' on Russia: Russian ambassador
Vladimir Chizhov, Russia's Ambassador to the EU, thinks the bloc should not be guided "by certain slogans or terms carved in stone" because relations with Russia are evolving.
Polish man charged with spying for Russia at EU parliament
"The suspect’s activities were in line with Russian information warfare activities aimed at weakening the position of Poland within the EU and in the international arena." a spokesman for Poland’s security services said on Thursday.
Lukashenko is 'turning Belarus into the North Korea of Europe'
"Lukashenko is turning my country into the North Korea of Europe: non-transparent, unpredictable and dangerous."
Brussels will respond to Russian aggression, says EU's Borrell
Josep Borrell was speaking to MEPs on Wednesday, during a debate on Russia and its "provocations".
New EU sanctions on Russia 'are a missed chance to fix relations'
Vladimir Chizhov, Russia's long-time envoy to the EU, believes any sort of "unilateral restrictive measures are illegitimate by definition".
EU is 'ready to impose new sanctions' against Russia over Navalny
Diplomatic sources have told Euronews they are hoping for a breakthrough next week.
'A predictable mistake': MEPs slam Borrell over Moscow trip
MEPs dubbed the trip, which came days after the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, "a predictable mistake", "ill-advised", "ill-executed" and "a complete disaster".
Navalny supporters urged to protest in courtyards to avoid police
Supporters of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny are being urged to rally from residential courtyards to avoid a police crackdown.
EU's foreign affairs chief urged to quit after Moscow 'humiliation'
"Russia showed everything possible to humiliate the EU’s highest diplomat," said Estonian MEP Riho Terras
EU rejects Russia's move to expel European diplomats: Borrell
"I reject the allegations that these diplomats were performing activities incompatible with their role as diplomats," EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell told Euronews of Russia's move to expel European diplomats.
Borrell: EU-Russia ties at 'lowest' ebb but no new Navalny sanctions
EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell's visit to Moscow comes in a week that saw Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny jailed for nearly three years.
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Philippe Dam, from Human Rights Watch, on what EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell must tell Russia on his visit to Moscow this week.
Montenegro wants to join the EU - but does Brussels want it?
Montenegro is united in its desire to join the EU. On everything else, it is more divided than ever.
No EU agreement for sanctions on Russia over Alexei Navalny arrest
Meeting in Brussels on Monday, EU foreign ministers could not agree to impose additional sanctions over the arrest of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny and over 3,000 protesters
Have our vaccine, if you can produce it, says Russia's EU ambassador
Hungary is the only country in the EU to trial Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine.
Moldova elections: Everything you need to know
In 2016, just 70,000 votes separated Igor Dodon and Maia Sandu. In 2020, it could be even closer.
EU imposes sanctions on 6 individuals over Alexei Navalny poisoning
The EU has imposed sanctions on 6 individuals and one entity it believes was involved in the attempted assassination of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
Russia’s war for influence in Lithuania is waged with TV and baseball
Despite the Baltic country's bloody history with its Russian neighbour, there remain forces within Lithuania who would like to see it move away from Europe and towards Moscow.
Belarus should be 'warning for Moldova' ahead of presidential election
"The events in Belarus become extremely relevant for Moldova," Maia Sandu told Euronews. "The message coming from Belarus is that today there is 'zero tolerance' for the fraud of the popular will."