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Finnish Ministry of the Interior to prepare amendments to provisions on detention and entry bans in the Aliens Act

The Ministry of the Interior's project will examine the provisions on detention and entry bans in the Aliens Act. The aim is to tighten...

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Economic Sentiment mildly lower in the EU and the euro area; Employment Expectations firmer in both regions

In September 2023, the Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI) dipped slightly again in both the EU (-0.4 points to 92.8) and the euro area (-0.3...

Anti-coercion instrument: the EU’s new weapon to protect trade

The anti-coercion instrument will be the EU’s new tool to fight economic threats and unfair trade restrictions by non-EU countries. Why does the EU need...

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Finnish Ministry of the Interior to prepare amendments to provisions on detention and entry bans in the Aliens Act

The Ministry of the Interior's project will examine the provisions on detention and entry bans in the Aliens Act. The aim is to tighten...

NATO Secretary General addresses first International Defence Industry Forum in Kyiv: there is no defence without industry

Addressing the first meeting of the International Defence Industry Forum in Kyiv on Friday (29 September 2023), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg paid tribute...

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Governor of Eesti Pank: the economy is going to recover slowly

Governor Madis Müller says a quick recovery in Estonian economy is not to be expected, as purchasing power is improving at a slow pace...

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Georgian journalist – Pro-Western government key to Tbilisi’s EU candidate bid

Electing a pro-Western government could open the way for Georgia to secure EU candidate status, Nika Gvaramia, a Georgian pro-opposition journalist and television host,...

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