EU increases humanitarian funding to help the victims of worsening crisis in Somalia European Commission Press release Brussels, 1 August 2014 The European Commission is giving an additional €10 million for Somalia in response to the increasing humanitarian needs there. This will help respond to the serious food and nutrition crisis that Somalis are currently facing, and will provide basic healthcare and nutrition...
State aid: Commission approves Greek financing of ELTA for transitory period (2013-2015) for universal postal service; opens in-depth investigation for 2016-2020 European Commission Press release Brussels, 1 August 2014 The European Commission has found direct subsidies granted by Greece to the state-owned postal incumbent Hellenic Post (ELTA) for the delivery of the universal service during a two-year or three-year transitory period (from 2013 until 2014 or 2015) to be in line...
President-elect Juncker to visit Athens, Greece European Commission Press release Brussels, 1 August 2014 Jean-Claude Juncker's first official visit to an EU Member State as President-elect will be to Athens, Greece on 4 August 2014. In Athens, President-elect Juncker will meet with the Prime Minister of Greece, Antonis Samaras.
Daily News of 2014-08-01 EXME 14 / 01.08 DAILY NEWS 01 / 08 / 14 High-Representative/Vice-President Ashton's statement on the shelling of an UNRWA school and a market in Gaza "We condemn the shelling of an UNRWA school in Gaza and of a market in Shuja'iyeh.
Vice-President Michel Barnier welcomes major milestone for the internal payments market with the migration to SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) European Commission Statement Brussels, 1 August 2014 Today, a big part of the Single Euro Payments Area has become reality. In all euro countries citizens have now available a common and simple way to pay at home and across borders: SEPA credit transfers (SCT) and SEPA direct debit (SDD).