English Български
Follow Us
Subscribe
Search : [ ]
|

The G8 summit in Deauville, 26-27 May 2011

The two-day summit of the G8 leaders starts in the French town of Deauville. The main topic will definitely be the Arab Spring. The leaders of the 8 most developed industrial nations in the world will try to find a way to help politically and economically the countries in North Africa and the Middle East, fighting for democracy. Another important issue will be nuclear safety in the context of the accident in the Japanese nuclear power station Fukushima, as well as climate change. Although it is not included in the official agenda of the summit, the issue of a new managing director of the IMF will probably dominate the forum and the bilateral meetings. The European Union will probably look for support for its candidate for the position - French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde. euinside's team will follow the event and will inform you about the debates and the decisions.

28 May 2011 08:41 EU with a leading role in supporting the Arab spring

At their Deauville summit the Group of the eight world's largest economies launched the Deauville Partnership with the countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The aim is the region to be supported politically and economically during its democratic transition. The first impression f ...

27 May 2011 05:23 Washington and London with a "Marshal Plan" for the Arab Spring

With the same ease as they were serving sausages at the garden party at Number 10, a few hours later David Cameron and Barack Obama were sketching the global agenda and the way they wanted to direct it. "We've been talking today about the two things we care about most: Getting our people jobs, a ...

27 May 2011 08:06 Barroso: The EU remains the largest donor to its Eastern and Southern neighbourhood

The European Union remains the largest donor to its neighbours, especially in the southern Mediterranean and North Africa, said the President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, ahead of the G8 summit in Deauville. On the eve of the summit the European Commission presented a new nei ...

26 May 2011 16:20 G8 leaders are discussing the Arab spring and the selection of the next IMF head

The French city of Deauville is hosting the two-day summit of the leaders of the eight most industrialised countries. The G8 is part of the bigger Group of 20, this year chaired by France. The Arab spring clearly appears to be the main issue of the Deauville Summit. The eight leaders will seek w ...

 
free talk corner
Adelina Marini
EU foreign ministers are meeting today in #Malta to discuss future relations with #Turkey after the controversial referendum there. The ministers were cautious before the start of the informal meeting and no one spoke clearly about a suspension of the accession negotiations with Turkey. Some of them are very worried by the situation with human rights and democracy, like Dutch Minister Bert Koenders. His Luxembourg colleague Jean Asselborn said that free, democratic and rule of law Turkey is dead and the EU has to find a way to work with the new Turkey. Finland's Foreign Minister Timo Soini said he was very worried by the situation of democracy and human rights. What is needed is to obey the rule of law, he said. Slovenia Foreign Minster Karl Erjavec focused on the migration deal with Turkey. His Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto spoke directly: We need Turkey because of the migration deal, which means we forget about the rest. If we want to bash Turkey, then we have to forget about the migration deal. Slovakia's Miroslav Lajcak disagreed. According to him, EU membership is a matter of values and these values need to be supported by concrete actions. According to him, Turkey needs EU more than vise versa. To the Czech top diplomat Lubomir Zaoralek, the only red line is the death penalty. Lithuania's Linas Linkevicius thinks that sanctions and pressure don't work. What needs to be done is to talk and listen. Enlargement Negotiations Commissioner Johannes Hahn said the current situation is unsustainable and the EU needs to think what the shape of future relations should be. EU High Representative Federica Mogherini said the EU needs a serious, in-depth, frank and sincere discussion on Turkey. During the meeting the ministers will talk to their Turkish counterpart and in the evening Ms Mogherini will have a bilateral meeting with him.
28 April 2017 12:51
Adelina Marini #Mogherini was not very clear on the visa liberalisation for #Turkey
28 April 2017 19:09
Adelina Marini
#EUCO #Brexit Negotiations on the future EU-UK relations can start only when an agreement has been reached on the following issues: guarantees for the citizens and their families that are effective, enforceable, non-discriminatory and comprehensive, and which should be accompanied by simple and smooth administrative procedures; agreement on the UK's financial commitments; and finally settling the issue with Ireland. This is said in the inivitation letter of European Council President Donald Tusk to the leaders of the member states, who are gathering tomorrow for a special summit to agree the negotiating positions of the 27 for UK's exit
28 April 2017 11:04
Adelina Marini
The press conference after the monthly #ECB Governing Council meeting is starting. Stay tuned for live updates
27 April 2017 14:33
Adelina Marini #Draghi: The balance between geopolitical and domestic risks has changed. Domestic risks have decreased but the geopolitical risks have increased
27 April 2017 15:16
newsletter


You can unsubscribe here from our newsletter

follow us
Абонирайте се за мен в YouTube
partners Citizen-E
Open Montenegro
One Europe
euinside