The EU's new 10-year strategy for the inclusion of people with disabilities builds upon previous mechanisms that have improved the lives of many, but it is still a long way off reaching equal rights for everyone, as one resident of Brussels told Euronews.
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The UK will examine European Union proposals for a vaccine passport in the hope of reviving international travel for the summer holidays.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said Britain was working with the EU and countries around the world on the issue.
But England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said there was still "great uncertainty" around holidays on the continent, partly because the EU’s vaccination programmes were behind the UK's.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said plans for a "digital green pass" will be set out this month, which would allow people to prove they have had a jab or show the results of Covid tests. Report by Avagninag. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen acknowledged failings on Wednesday in the EU's approval and rollout of vaccines against COVID-19, and said the bloc had learned lessons in the process.
European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has said she "deeply regrets" that mistakes were made during the decision to trigger Article 16 of the EU Withdrawal Agreement in a dispute over vaccines.
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White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield tells CNN’s Jake Tapper that President Biden wants to pass a $15 minimum wage and would not say if he is open to signing a $10 minimum wage bill into law.
White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield tells CNN’s Jake Tapper that the Biden administration has “taken concrete actions to sanction individuals who were involved” in the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Sweden envoy Klas Molin spoke on the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between European Union and India. Molin said FTA will be negotiated at an aggregate level as per the mechanism set up during the last summit. “I know there are high talks going on about investment and trade. There is a special mechanism set up during the last summit between India and the EU. So, agreements on this will be negotiated at an aggregate level. Bilaterally a lot is happening as Swedish companies are employing heavily. Swedish companies are employing lots of people, creating jobs and growth,” he said. Earlier on Friday, PM Modi held a virtual interaction with his Swedish counterpart Stefan Lofven. The two leaders discussed bilateral ties and called for further cooperation on climate change.
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Sweden Ambassador to India, Klas Molin, on March 06 said that the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the European Union (EU) and India will be negotiated at an aggregate level as per the special mechanism set up during the last summit. "Trade agreements, as Sweden is member of EU, is negotiated by European Commission. Talks on for investment and trade, special mechanism was set up during last summit between India and EU so agreements on it will be negotiated at aggregate level," said Molin. On Mar 05, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a virtual interaction with his Swedish counterpart Stefan Lofven where the two leaders discussed bilateral ties and called for further cooperation on climate change.