Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has told the country’s parliament that Moscow and the European Union need to resume cooperation.
In the aftermath of Russia’s decision to ban EU food exports Poland, Europe’s largest apple producer, has been gripped by a fruit-flavoured wave of
After the annexation of Crimea in March, the European Union has tried to influence Moscow with measures that it hopes will bring “heavy costs” to
There have been significant economic consequences from the EU sanctions and Moscow’s response.
Russia, the EU’s second biggest food market
Poland has 677,000 tonnes of apples which, under normal trading conditions, would have made their way to Russia.
But because of Moscow’s
In this edition of Europe Weekly, we take a look back at what has been making headlines over the past seven days.
The 28 member states finally take
In this edition of Europe Weekly, US Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack goes on the offensive in Brussels amid fears that a EU-US free trade pact
Russia has agreed to a meeting with representatives from NATO on Wednesday to discuss the Ukraine crisis as Kyiv’s new leadership has announced the
Russian president Vladimir Putin has clashed with EU officials over Moscow’s role in Ukraine, during talks in Brussels.
The former KGB man received
President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych attended the EU Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, still saying his country is not interested
The European Union prepares to sign aid and trade agreements at a Vilnius summit with several East European countries, angering Russia.
Euronews, Andrei Beketov: From euronews’ studio in Brussels, we welcome Lyudmila Alexeyeva, a human rights campaigner, a leader of the Moscow
Europe’s economy is weak and Russia’s is benefiting from higher energy prices. What does that mean for the future of their relative economies