The European Union
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Tomorrow European Union celebrates the 60th birthday. On March 25, 1957, leaders of six countries – Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands – met in Rome and signed two treaties that established the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community, later transformed into the European Union. Although Europe is experiencing growing turbulence […]
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The European Union (EU) was formed to bring together the countries of Europe. The EU helps its member countries with issues such as trade, security, and the rights of…
The genesis of Brussels as “capital of Europe” started in 1957, when the European Economic Community was created by six founding member states, who were willing to join their forces and speak with a single and unified voice on the international stage. Until then, and also the 1958’s Universal Expo that propelled the city at an international level, Brussels was just a “provincial” town - as would Lyon, Marseille or Bologna be today.
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See and download graphic versions of the EU flag, adopted as the official emblem of the EU in 1985. It symbolises the identity and unity of Europe.
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The European Union (EU) is headquartered in Belgium. Learn more about the European Union and the city that houses the EU headquarters.
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On February 2, 2020, the European Schengen Area updated its rules for multiple-entry Schengen visas. These visas allow visitors to freely move between the 26 countries within the Schengen Area, an…
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