Brussels approves CZK 180 billion in EU funds for Czech National Recovery Plan
The European Commission has approved the Czech Republic’s National Recovery Plan and will allocate CZK 180 billion to the country from the EU’s Resilience and Recovery Fund
Czech PM argues for a less bureaucratic, free trade focused Europe at Prague conference
Brexit meant the loss of a natural ally for the Czech Republic within the European Union, Andrej Babiš said at Thursday’s Transatlantic Partnerships conference.
MEPs push Brussels to flex muscles over Czech PM’s conflict of interest, subsidies
MEPs have voted to issue proceedings against Andrej Babiš for breaches of EU law due to his alleged conflict of interest. It could spur the EC to take punitive action.
Conference on Future of Europe aims to give citizens a stronger voice
European citizens will have the opportunity to bring in their own ideas on EU reform and policy as part of the Conference on the Future of Europe.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell dismisses Czech call to expel further Russian diplomats
The European Union does not want to further escalate tensions with Moscow, the head of the European External Action Service (EEAS), Josep Borrell, said on Monday.
EU survey: Czechs at the bottom when it comes to trust in government
A newly released Eurobarometer survey places the Czech Republic at the bottom of the EU ladder when it comes to trust in government.
“I guess they noticed my work”, Věra Jourová banned from visiting Russia
The Russian Federation banned eight EU citizens from visiting the country on Friday, among them is Czech Vice President of the European Commission Věra Jourová.
Czechia’s access to EU money under threat as EC plans deeper probe into conflict of interest
The European Commission (EC) is planning to investigate whether its rules regarding conflict of interest are being regularly breached in the Czech Republic.
EC president on Covid-19 snags: “Czechia could support, speed up or help” at any time
Brussels' unprecedented joint procurement initiative to get vaccines and make them equally available to all EU states has fallen well short of the mark. Who's to blame?
Czech Republic certain to be on EU’s “dark red” zone, with tighter travel restrictions
European Union leaders have agreed to introduce a new category of “dark red” Covid-19 risk zones. The Czech Republic is certain to be on the list.
“It will help the Czech economy a lot”, says economist on new Brexit deal
After nearly five years of negotiations, Britain and the European Union have reached an agreement on trade relations after Brexit. What does it mean for Czech business?
Věra Jourová: I don’t want to regulate online content – I just want more transparency
The European Commission vice-president for transparency and values, Věra Jourová, on whether social networks like Facebook should fact-check political speech – and more.
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