There is still tension between Kosovo and Serbia, and this interesting interview by Euronews to the Prime Minister of Kosovo demonstrates this. Hoping to do what pleases good vision to all. link: https://it.euronews.com/2020/02/28/kurti-mai-cederemo-parte-della-nostra-terra-alla-serbia
Tomorrow, as you know, is the day of the European elections. We are all called upon to vote to change this Europe, we all have a duty to leave our own minds, because only then can we really count. Who will vote for traditional parties, who will vote for eurosceptic parties, who will vote for … More European elections, and after?
Our thoughtlessness, the joy of Christmas, the pleasure of making a gift to the people dearest to us, everything is permanently set. International terrorism is back on us like the sword of Damocles and reminds us that terrorism is an insidious enemy that strikes when we least expect it and aim to do as much … More Goodbye thoughtlessness
Today I want to report an interesting interview given to the broadcaster Euronews by the European Union commissioner for Migrations Dimitris Avramopoulos. We are talking about the Dublin Regulation and its possible amendments in order to cope with the current migratory emergency. Here is the link: http://www.euronews.com/2017/12/21/we-have-to-think-as-a-family—eus-migration-commissioner-reflects-on-divisions Good vision.
Last night the terror came back to hit Paris when a young man opened fire on police officers on duty to guard the Champs Elysees, in the crowd and just on the eve of the presidential elections to be held Sunday. A policeman has been killed in the shootout, while two others are seriously injured, … More If jihad passes from Belgium
Last night the terror is plumbed on Berlin‘s Christmas markets: a truck arrived on high speed crowd destroying some kiosks and causing 12 deaths and about 50 injured, some seriously. The dynamics of events is still unclear but it seems that the truck has embarked on the Avenue of markets at full speed at a … More Christmas terror
The European Commission has launched a new platform to prevent as much as possible food waste, a large global plague that daily affects thousands of tons of food still good that are thrown in the dustbin. Across Europe food waste covers all areas in which we cook and consume the food, both the home, both catering … More The European Commission agaist the food waste
The Parliament of Wallonia, Belgium‘s autonomous region, rejected once the free trade agreement between the European Union and Canada, the so-called CETA, and has made it officially the end because now the time for negotiation is over and no one wants to risk a new rejection. The European Union, which already had failed to reach … More CETA splits the European Union
Yesterday the Government of the United Kingdom announced that it will build, with the approval of the authorities of Paris, near the port of the French town of Calais a high and concrete smooth wall to prevent the entry into British territory to the many refugees who each day try to reach Britain. The encampment … More New walls in Europe
The vote on Thursday Brexit will forever change Europe, is a signal that something in the European Union as we know it today did not go smoothly. Whether it’s competition Remain, whether it win the Leave, one should not underestimate the power of a referendum of this kind because whatever happens there will be positive … More A vote that will change Europe