Yesterday's summit opened a new chapter in the EU's partnership with Turkey. The meeting between the European Union and Turkey concluded with the adoption of a joint statement containing a number of shared commitments and actions in many areas.
With its Annual Growth Survey (AGS) the Commission kicks-off the 2016 European Semester. It sets out the economic and social policy priorities and recommends that EU countries re-launch investment, pursue structural reforms and implement responsible fiscal policies to strengthen recovery and foster convergence.
A l'ouverture de la COP21 à Paris, le Président Juncker a rappelé que les belles promesses ne suffisent pas, il faut un accord contraignant, solide, durable, traduisant une vision sur le long terme d'une économie neutre en carbone.
The Commission proposes a European Deposit Insurance Scheme to reinforce protection for European depositors and complete Banking Union. It also sets up a €3 billion Refugee Facility for Turkey.
Today the European Commission proposed measures on the control of firearms, presented its first State of the Energy Union Report and its review of the European Neighbourhood Policy.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker took part in the Citizens' Dialogue, within the framework of "Les Journées de Bruxelles". For over an hour, the President listened to citizens, answered their questions and had a direct exchange on issues of great concern for most Europeans.
The European Commission has completed its assessment of the Draft Budgetary Plans (DBPs) for 2016 that euro area Member States submitted by 15 October.
A minute of silence was observed at midday in honour of the victims of the attacks in Paris and to signal the solidarity of the whole of the EU with the people of France.
The world's leading economies have concluded the G20 summit in Antalya Turkey affirming their resolve to fight terrorism in the wake of the Paris attacks on 13 November.
President Juncker launches the EU Emergency Trust Fund (€1.8 billion) to tackle the root causes of irregular migration in Africa. Yesterday, a Common Agenda for Mobility and Migration (CAMM) with Ethiopia was signed.
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