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IMF vs EU Commission on Greece debt sustainability – Poll

The fronts remain unmovable: the International Monetary Fund and the EU lenders are stuck in their position regarding Greece debt sustainability. Big boys and girls playing with numbers, false multipliers and wrong forecasts on the back of millions of Greeks. Big boys and girls playing with the fates of millions …

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EU Commission supports border checks for 5 Schengen countries

The European Commission is recommending that 5 nations from the borderless Schengen travel zone be allowed to extend internal frontier controls for another three months because of the exceptional circumstances caused by migration into Europe. The European Union’s executive said Wednesday that EU nations Austria, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and non-member …

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Schaeuble & Dijsselbloem officially seized the EU; Commission angry

The European Commission got angry at the chief of Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem for issuing a statement announcing the freezing of short-term debt-relief measures for Greece due to social support for low pensioners. Dijsselbloem had claimed that the institutions had taken the decision. Statement on #greece pic.twitter.com/7kmVmf0eQJ — Michel Reijns (@MichelReijns) …

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Rare intervention for Greece: Commission tells Turkey to respect EU member states’ sovereignty

In a rare “political reaction” the European Commission intervened in Turkey’s attempts to escalate tension with Greece and advised the aspiring EU member to respect the sovereignty of other EU member states. Ankara must respect the sovereignty of EU member states over their sea and airspace, European Commission spokesperson Maja …

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EU Commission reveals 5-billion-euro European Defense Fund

The European Commission is planning to propose the creation of a fund for military procurement and research, as part of wider plans for an EU defence union. The proposal, due out in Brussels on Wednesday (30 November) and seen by the Reuters news agency, says member states should pool money …

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Dijsselbloem : Eurogroup to discuss debt relief for “committed” Greece

Winds of Change? Juncker, Moscovici and Dijsselbloem ‘secretly’ plot an uprising and revolt against Schaeuble? Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem said that the Greek government is very committed and more cooperative than the other governments under the bailout agreements and that the Eurogroup will discuss debt relief measures on December 5th …

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Budgets of 8 EZ countries “at risk of non compliance”, but Commission gives them a 0.5% space

The European Commission is warning eight Eurozone member countries including Italy and Portugal that their national budgets plans for 2017 are “at risk of non compliance” with EU’s budget rules. Besides Italy and Portugal, these countries are Spain, Belgium, Finland, Slovenia, Cyprus and Lithuania. Another five Eurozone members are “broadly …

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Elefsina becomes European Capital of Culture in 2021

The European Commission announced today that the city of Elefsina has been selected to become a European Capital of Culture in 2021. In a message on its Facebook Page, the EC wrote: Congratulations to Elefsina (Greece) which has been selected to become a European Capital of Culture in 2021! The …

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