Exiled dissident Mikhail Khordorkovsky has told the European Parliament that the EU needs to do more to connect with ordinary Russian people.
This is the State of the Union, euronews’ weekly roundup of the top stories from Brussels.
The EU faces a tough short-term future with Russia, Brexit and migrants all snapping away at unity, which the latest summit hopes to repair.
“Russia must withdraw all occupational forces from Ukraine” – this was one of the main demands from the participants of worldwide protests organized by the campaign “StopPutinsWarInUkraine…
EU economic sanctions against Russia are to remain in place for another six months.
The president of the European Commission has defended his decision to attend the St.
EU sanctions against Russia, which were due to expire in a few weeks, now look set to continue According to diplomatic sources who spoke to AFP, the European Union could renew sanctions for another si
Russian lorries are facing a tortuous journey to Europe because of separate disputes with Poland and Ukraine. Hundreds have been stuck at three
The widow of murdered former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko wants all Russian agents expelled from the UK, following a report blaming the Russian
President Vladimir Putin probably approved a Russian intelligence operation to murder former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko. That’s the conclusion of
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of the Moldovan capital Chisinau, to vent their anger over the appointment of Prime Minister Pavel
The EU is piling pressure on Russia to end its aerial bombing campaign in Syria. Foreign ministers, who have been meeting in Luxembourg, are warning
Belgium Mark DEMESMAEKER. MEP, ECR group. Guy VERHOFSTADT. MEP, member of the AFCO committee of the European Parliament, member of the
Russia has dismissed EU complaints about a travel ban on European politicians. EU officials say Moscow’s move to ban 89 lawmakers from travelling to
Moscow has released a blacklist of 89 EU officials and military personnel barred from Russia.
In this episode of Europe Weekly, the EU gives the green light to start a naval operation off the coast of Libya; the bloc holds a summit in Riga
EU leaders say they want to continue building ties with their eastern neighbours, despite pressure from Russia. However, officials say that process
Western Europe’s dependence on Russia as an indispensable source of energy has long been a fraught issue for the EU, complicating already tense
Euronews met Marius Juonys, expert on EU competition law. Juonys is based in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius and works for Lawin, a business law firm
The Lithuanian Energy Minister, Rokas Masiulis, explains why his country invested massively in new energy infrastructures. Euronews met him in the
EU leaders are set to meet in Riga, Latvia, to discuss how the bloc can forge closer ties – or not – with six of its eastern neighbours. They include
European Union antitrust regulators charged Russian gas giant Gazprom on Wednesday with abusing its dominant position in Poland, Hungary and six
EU leaders have pledged to boost security cooperation with Tunisia following an Islamist attack in the country’s capital on Wednesday. With
Confusion reigns over the fate of Hungary’s nuclear deal with Russia, with reports from British newspaper the Financial Times that the EU has blocked
Following the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov “The Network’ asks just who or what is behind the killing in the Kremlin’s shadow and
Despite the attempts to reach a ceasefire in Ukraine the EU has added another 19 individuals and nine organisations to its sanctions list. The
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko has thanked the European Union for its support to end armed hostilities in eastern Ukraine.
Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France to meet in Minsk on Wednesday, February 11, to discuss an end to the conflict in eastern Ukraine.