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From July 2020 Europass got a new look and range of services. New tools and information will allow users to take a new approach to career managing.

For over a decade, Europass has been one of the most visited sites of the European institutions, with over 50,000 visitors a day using the Europass CV editor and other tools to communicate their skills and qualifications.

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Europass je od jula dobio novi izgled i niz usluga koji će korisnicima omogućiti da upravljaju svojom karijerom na potpuno nov način.

Europass je već preko 10 godina jedan od najposećenijih sajtova evropskih institucija sa preko 50,000 posetilaca dnevno koji koriste Europassov obrazac za CV i druge alate kako bi predstavili svoje veštine i kvalifikacije.

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El Sistema de Verdad, Justicia y Reparación y No Repetición, inicia este jueves y viernes 8 y 9 de julio una serie de reuniones virtuales a alto nivel con la Unión Europea en Bruselas con el objetivo de mostrar los avances y desafíos de su labor durante los últimos meses. Así mismo, en los diferentes encuentros con altas autoridades europeas, se abordarán aspectos del actual respaldo que da la UE, cómo hacerlo más efectivo y posibles acciones futuras.

8 July 2020, New York - Statement by H.E. Mr. Josep Borrell Fontelles, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs & Security Policy, Vice President of the European Commission, at the Security Council Open VTC on the situation in Libya

La Unión Europea, junto con International IDEA, lanzó Monitor Global para vigilar la situación en 162 países.

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La Unión Europea, junto con International IDEA, lanzó Monitor Global para vigilar la situación en 162 países.

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8 июля пресс-секретарь Европейской службы внешних связей сделал следующее заявление:

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On 7 July 2020, seven individuals, mostly Crimean Tatars, were arrested in the Crimean peninsula for their alleged political affiliation. The European Union considers their detention to be politically motivated and, as they have been carried out under Russian legislation by Russian ‘authorities’ in Ukrainian territory, illegal under international law. The European Union does not recognise the enforcement of Russian legislation in Crimea and the city of Sevastopol and expects all illegally detained Ukrainians to be released without delay.

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