10th Dec 2023


Seven countries sign deal on Baltic Sea wind power

Leaders from seven Baltic Sea countries signed on Tuesday at a summit in Denmark a deal to increase offshore wind capacity in the Baltic Sea sevenfold by 2030 — enough to power between 22 and 30 million households. Mateusz Morawiecki (Poland), Gitanas Nausėda (Lithuania), Krišjānis Kariņš (Latvia), Kaja Kallas (Estonia), Sanna Marin (Finland), Mette Frederiksen (Denmark), and EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen were present.

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How Moldova is trying to control tuberculosis

Moldova, Europe's poorest country, is working hard to combat tuberculosis. The country wants to be tuberculosis-free by 2030, at the same time as joining the EU. That's quite a challenge.


Sudanese fleeing violence find no haven in Egypt or EU

Since the cycle of violence started earlier this year in Sudan, more than six million people have been displaced. With increasingly fewer safe areas within the country, thousands have been forced to flee to neighbouring countries — especially Egypt.


How should EU reform the humanitarian aid system?

The example of Ukraine illustrates that donors like the EU should be more ambitious about the localisation of aid. And this funding to local actors needs to be predictable, flexible, and longer than the typical one-year funding cycle.

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