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Rikard Jozwiak
Brussels Reporter Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty . views are mine
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Rikard Jozwiak 4h
Replying to @stolnews
Sorry, don’t have it
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 19
Replying to @RFERL
and the EU prolonged the individual sanctions again on 13 Sep, so 39 for the EU...
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 18
Italy wants to discuss at in October. Sanctions are still expected to be prolonged at the December but Rome might want some more EU cooperation with Russia. Unclear if others are keen on this.
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 17
Theresa May will update the other EU leaders about the latest development in the case at on thu. No new EU sanctions are however planned at this stage
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 17
Replying to @ArianitKadriu
If everyone is saying that kosovars will be able to travel visa free to the eu in December, then I will welcome everyone with a big pint of beer.
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 17
Replying to @ArianitKadriu
No, I don’t find it realistic
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 17
Replying to @ArianitKadriu
It was never the case that kosovars would get visa lib this year. My guess is that it will happen first after the summer of 2019
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 17
first discussion among EU member state diplomats on visa lib today. Germany, France & the Netherlands hesitant. most countries undecided, only a few ones positive. there will be working visit to Kosovo in Oct. this can be a very long process.
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 13
Replying to @CarlHartzellEU
Vilket superlim använde du till händerna, ? ;)
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 13
Replying to @ArianitKadriu
eu diplomats will discuss it for the first time on 17 sep. but no decision is forthcoming yet
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 13
the European Parliament plenary has voted in favour (420 for, 186 against, 22 abstentions) of opening negotiations with the Council about visa lib for
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 13
big news for the EU's sanctions regime: the EU's general court today upheld the sanctions against Sberbank VTB Bank and Gazprom among others who had sought their annulment.
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 12
The EU has today officially prolonged the visa bans & asset by six months on 155 individuals & 44 entities involved in actions against the territorial integrity of .
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 12
The biggest political group in the European Parliament has nominated for the 2018 .
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 12
to those of you who said that his speech mainly is about internal EU policies: yes, to a large extent it is, but he also devoted a whole section of today's speech on speaking about Africa. so the foreign policy dimension is always there but the eastern dimension is not....
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 12
my internet broke down a few times but I didn't hear anything about & or for that matter in this year's . third year running, perfect hat trick!
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 12
The EP plenary will tomorrow vote on the EP mandate to negotiate visa lib for
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 11
Representatives from & will meet in Brussels today & tomorrow to discuss long-term transit of Russian gas to the Eu via Ukr from 1 Jan 2020. Another expert level meeting on 26 Sep. Possibly political level meeting in oct.
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 6
tror du att jag kan göra en kort telefonintervju med dig idag om det svenska valet? det är för en artikel jag skriver för Radio Free Europe /
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Rikard Jozwiak Sep 6
It is very likely that Oleg will be one of the nominees for this year’s . He enjoys support among some EPP, ECR and ALDE MEPs. Confirmation next week and decision on the final laureate at the end of October.
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