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African leaders are pressing the EU to help them in the fight against Covid-19
The summit between the European Union and the African Union, October 17 and 18 meant two days of intense discussions in order to strengthened the partnership between both organisations in several areas. But major differences remain when it comes to tackling one of the world’s most pressing issues.
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Europe's week: Ukraine and Africa summit take centre stage
Brussels hosted the first EU-African Union summit since 2017.
DRC and the French development agency sign a national digital infrastructure development agreement
Summits are often diplomatic marathons. But aside from all the roundtables, social events, photo ops and bilateral meetings, leaders can also meet with other partners in order to implement concrete projects.
Tax reform boost for Africa's digital transformation
An estimated 25% of the African population has access to the internet. Digital transformation is a priority for several countries - and OECD tax reforms could help.
EU-AU summit: calls grow for stronger partnership to tackle global challenges
In this episode of Focus, Euronews' Byran Carter previews the forthcoming AU-EU summit in Brussels, highlighting the likely topics up for discussion.
Two-day far-right summit begins in Madrid led by Spain's Vox
The summit is a follow-up to a similar gathering in Warsaw in December.
Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia hold talks at Open Balkan Summit
Leaders from Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia met in Tirana to discuss and agree on furthering their Open Balkan initiative to promote political and economic ties.
World's top economies endorse global corporate tax at G20 summit
The leaders of the world's major economies are gathered in Italy this weekend as Rome hosts its first G20 summit, with the global health crisis, economic recovery, and climate change at the top of this year's agenda.
Joe Biden meets Pope Francis in Vatican
U.S. President Joe Biden opened a five-day European trip Friday with an extended visit with Pope Francis at the Vatican, where the world’s two most prominent Roman Catholics ran overtime in talks expected to cover the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, poverty and more.
Biodiversity is vital for all life on Earth: How can we protect it?
The first part of the UN biodiversity summit in Kunming, China is underway. To mark the event, Euronews and CGTN (China Global Television Network) together with leading experts and analysts, debated the latest efforts to protect nature worldwide.
Where do Western Balkan nations stand with their EU membership bids?
As a summit is held on expanding EU membership to the Western Balkans, we look at where each country is with its bid to join.
NGOs call for bolder action to protect wildlife at biodiversity summit
NGOs have called for bolder action to be made to protect imperilled wildlife as they criticise the pace of negotiations at the Marseille global biodiversity conference which kicked off last week.
Vaccine distribution needs to be fairer, says Italy's health minister
There has been controversy recently over whether richer countries should administer booster shots with vaccine coverage so low in some poorer nations.
G20 health ministers gather in Rome as COVID pass under pressure
Talks at the Campidoglio palace are aimed at scaling up the response to present and future pandemics.
Global biodiversity conference kicks off in Marseille
French President Emmanuel Macron is to open the conference. He is expected to renew his call for 30% of the world's surface to be categorised as protected areas by 2030.
The second Qingdao Multinationals Summit brings together industry leaders from around the world
Held under the gleaming and sinuous curves of China Railway Qingdao Expo City, this year’s Multinationals Summit exceeded all expectations, with 10,000 people attending online and in person.
Uzbekistan's International Conference puts regional connectivity on the agenda
How can connectivity between Central and South Asia be developed and improved? This was the main focus of a recent international conference in Tashkent. Host country, Uzbekistan, is promoting regional cooperation and the expansion of new transportation corridors to boost regional trade.
Biden says US will respond if Russia continues 'harmful activities'
US President Joe Biden spoke about his upcoming June 16 meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a NATO summit.
Prince Charles' G7 climate call: 'Act for planet as well as pandemic'
The environment took centre stage at the G7 summit in Cornwall as the Queen hosted world leaders at the Eden Project, an ecological exhibition.
50 countries pledge to protect 30 per cent of planet over next decade
At least 50 countries have committed to protecting 30 per cent of the planet over the next decade to halt species extinction and address climate change, but the founder of the NewClimate Institute says none of these countries have short-term policies in place to be on track to meet these goals.
EU leaders struggle to break budget deadlock amid Poland, Hungary veto
As EU leaders met for a virtual summit, sources said that the videoconference was not the place to discuss such a complicated issue.
UAE aerospace manufacturer Strata pivots from plane parts to mask production during pandemic
Like so many industries around the world, manufacturing has been badly hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Milken Summit: Saudi’s Prince Turki talks Iran relations & G20 Presidency
Hundreds of high-level decision makers and industry trailblazers, spanning fields from economics and philanthropy to healthcare, attended the Milken Institute Middle East and Africa summit 2020 in Abu Dhabi.
Will Brexit boost UK and GCC trade relations?
The United Kingdom has officially left the European Union on 31 January and, being free to negotiate its own trade deals, regions like the Middle East are looking like a new exciting, investment arena.
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Brexit can be good for Europe, says Finland's foreign minister
Finland's Foreign Minister Pekko Haavisto believes that Brexit has brought the bloc closer together. He thinks other countries have seen the issues facing the UK and believe it's better to remain part of the bloc.
Global energy demand debated at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week
Gathering heads of state, ministers and energy innovators together in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week ran from January 11-18.