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PMs of Portugal, Spain call for EU agreement in July on recovery fund
Pedro SanchezJuly 7, 2020 ET
The prime ministers of Portugal and Spain met on Monday and called on the European Union (EU) member states to reach a deal on the bloc\'s 750 billion euro (840 billion U.S. dollars) recovery plan by the end of July.
Greece gives green light to direct flights from UK from July 15
Greek tourismJuly 7, 2020 ET
Greece has suspended the entrance of Serbian nationals to Greece from Monday till July 15 due to an increase in coronavirus cases in Serbia, and in parallel decided to allow the resumption of direct flights from the United Kingdom to all Greek airports from July 15, the government announced.
Turkey vows to retaliate if EU imposes new sanctions
Mevlut CavusogluJuly 7, 2020 ET
Turkey on Monday vowed to retaliate the European Union if the bloc decides to impose new sanctions on Turkey due to disagreement over the Eastern Mediterranean.
Chinese envoy accuses UK of gross interference over citizenship offer to Hongkongers
Hong KongJuly 6, 2020 ET
China’s ambassador to London accused Britain on Monday of gross interference and of making irresponsible remarks since Beijing introduced new security legislation in the former British colony of Hong Kong.
Austria, Belgium, Netherlands referred to European Court of Justice over money laundering
Austria streetJuly 6, 2020 ET
Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands have been referred to the European Court of Justice after they failed to fully implement EU-wide anti-money laundering rules.
Ireland delays easing of travel restrictions until July 20
Ireland airportJuly 6, 2020 ET
Ireland will ease quarantine restrictions on people travelling from abroad on July 20, with people arriving from a green list of countries with low coronavirus rates to be exempt from isolating themselves for 14 days, transport minister Eamon Ryan said.
Indonesia says trade, investment deal with Australia takes effect
Indonesia streetJuly 6, 2020 ET
An Indonesia-Australia deal that eliminates most trade tariffs between the two nations and aims to open up investment, took effect on Sunday, Indonesia’s Trade Ministry said.
Greece bans entry to Serbian citizens until July 15
Greek tourismJuly 6, 2020 ET
Greece will not allow Serbian visitors in from July 6 until July 15, the government said on Sunday, as it moved to contain the spread of coronavirus during its peak tourism season.
Brussels takes Portugal to Court for breach of EU noise law
Portugal streetJuly 5, 2020 ET
The European Commission has announced that it has decided to file a complaint against Portugal before the Court of Justice of the European Union for disrespecting the Community law on the assessment and management of environmental noise.
Travel between Australia, New Zealand to restart by September says minister
Australia airportJuly 5, 2020 ET
Australian tourism minister has revealed that international travel between Australia and New Zealand could resume as early as September.
UK concerned over mercenaries at Libyan oil facilities
Libya oilfieldsJuly 5, 2020 ET
The British Embassy in Libya’s capital Tripoli on Saturday said reports of foreign powers interfering with the country’s oil facilities are worrying.
DR Congo demands compensation from Belgium
Andre LiteJuly 4, 2020 ET
Belgium should compensate the victims of colonization and their relatives, said Minister Andre Lite of Human Rights of Democratic Republic of Congo on Friday.
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