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The World Exposition celebrates the ‘EU Honour Day’, a full day packed with EU-dedicated events jointly organised with EU Member States highlighting “European unity, diversity and solidarity”

An exhibition organised by the EU Delegation to Russia, in association with the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia, showcases 22 EU-Russian cross-border cooperation projects successfully implemented since 2014

There will be a post-pandemic world, but it is yet to be built: Expo 2020 Dubai, which starts today in the United Arab Emirates, gives the world a unique chance to come together and imagine a sustainable future where no one is left behind. The EU, together with its Member States, will promote more than 40 events and activities displaying Europe´s leadership and its key contribution to tackle some of the most pressing global challenges of our time.

Many are the people who feel their lives have been on pause while the world has been on fast forward.

The speed of events and the enormity of the challenges are sometimes difficult to grasp.

This has also been a time of soul-searching. From people reassessing their own lives to wider debates on sharing vaccines and on shared values.

This Wednesday, the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, Josep Borrell, concluded his first visit to Iraq.

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On 28 June 2021 the Permanent Representations of five EU Member States to the Council of Europe have signed the Charter setting up a new EUNIC cluster in Strasbourg. The signing comes soon after the approval of the cluster by EUNIC General Assembly on 11 June 2021. Austria, France, Hungary, Luxembourg and Portugal are joining forces to promote cultural relations as a driver of international cooperation, multilateralism and dialogue.

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