This week, I Talk will discusses Croatia’s upcoming EU accession with Mario Nobilo, Croatia’s ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg.
With Latvia set to join the euro single currency soon, euronews went to talk to the Baltic country’s Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis, in Riga. He
Question from Onur in Turkey: “Hello my name is Onur. With the economic crisis the process of EU enlargement has slowed. Will the EU continue to
Andrea, in Italy, asks:
“What will the economic consequences be when more countries become members of the European Union in 2013?”
Interview with Livia Saplacan, spokesperson of the National Anticorruption Directorate DNA, Bucharest, Romania.
Interview with Mircea Toma, president of the Bucharest based Media Monitoring Agency ActiveWatch.
The European enlargement project remains unfinished as long as the Balkan jigsaw has missing pieces, of which Serbia is one. Near the end of the
With EYP – the European Youth Parliament
Anna, from Ukraine, asks: “When is Ukraine going to be part of the European Union?”
Olli Rehn is the European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, a key role in defining strategy against the back-drop of the debt crisis
In this edition of U talk Ali, from the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, asks: “…if the European Union is a “Christian club” and that’s why you
This week in U talk, our first question is from Ceren, a student from Istanbul. She says:
“I’d like to know what you think about Turkey joining the
This week The Network talks to three newsmakers to explore the issue of Turkey’s accession to the EU.
The contrast between the two sides is
By this summer, the Croatian government wants to successfully close its European Union accession negotiations.
This means that no state subsidies
Croatia’s prime minister, Jadranka Kosor, is pushing hard to make her country the EU’s 28th Member State. But the European Union still doesn’t think
Daniel Cohn-Bendit to Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Do you still believe that Turkey will enter the European Union? I have the impression that you don’t