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France's Le Pen says she will take down wind turbines if she is elected

October 14, 2021
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said that if she is elected president next year she will end all subsidies for renewable energy and will take down France\'s wind turbines.

€9 billion for Western Balkans Green agenda goals

October 14, 2021
The economic and investment plan for the Western Balkans also contains financial support for achieving Green Agenda goals in the region, worth €9 billion in grants, said Serbian EU Integration Minister Jadranka Joksimović on Tuesday.

Russia never refused to supply gas abroad, Putin says

October 14, 2021
Russia\'s President Vladimir Putin reiterated that his country\'s companies fulfill all contracts for natural gas supplies to Europe and have never refused requests from foreign partners.

Ireland: €9.2 billion education funding in Budget 2022

October 14, 2021
Minister for Education Norma Foley TD and Minister of State for Special Education and Inclusion Josepha Madigan TD announced details of how Budget 2022 increases core investment in the school system by half a billion euro to €9.2 billion.

Irresponsible politicians in Ukraine wish to nationalize gas in underground tanks, says Putin

October 14, 2021
Irresponsible Ukrainian politicians have been speculating about nationalization of the gas being kept in underground reservoirs that does not belong to the country, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a plenary meeting of the Russian Energy Week on Wednesday.

European Commission disburses €822.7 million in prefinancing to Slovakia

October 14, 2021
The European Commission has disbursed €822.7 million to Slovakia in a prefinancing payment under the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).

Polish government OKs plan to build wall on Belarus border

October 13, 2021
Poland’s government has adopted a bill to build a wall on the country\'s border with Belarus amid a growing surge of migrants, the interior minister in Warsaw announced.

Commission announces €1 billion Afghan support package

October 13, 2021
Overall EU development aid to Afghanistan remains frozen.

UK and Italy announce new dialogue to boost exports and investment

October 13, 2021
The International Trade Secretary has announced the start of discussions on a new export and investment partnership between UK and Italy aimed at boosting trade between the two countries.

Texas Governor issues order banning COVID-19 vaccination mandates

October 13, 2021
Greg Abbott issued an executive order banning COVID-19 vaccination mandates for employees or customers in all state entities, including private businesses, across the second largest U.S. state.

Algeria to remain reliable gas supplier to Europe, minister says

October 13, 2021
Algerian Minister of Energy and Mines Mohamed Arkab affirmed that his country will remain \"the faithful and guaranteed\" gas supplier to Europe.

Pennsylvania: $685 million for children

October 12, 2021
Governor Tom Wolf visited Gilson Child Development Center in Erie to celebrate the $30 million increase in state funding to expand early childhood learning to more than 3,200 additional young children and the $655 million available in federal funding to stabilize childcare providers during the pandemic.
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