Attitudes towards the EU remain positive and broadly stable, according to the latest Standard Eurobarometer survey with Irish people continuing to have the most positive image of the EU!
The European Commission has taken note of the UK ministerial statement regarding the operation of the Protocol on the current basis, including the continuation of existing grace periods.
The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a €10 million Irish scheme to support the fishery sector affected by the withdrawal of the UK from the EU.
The European Commission has approved a €11.5 million Irish scheme to support companies active in the events sector affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
The European Commission has approved a €15 million Irish scheme to support commercial bus operators affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
The European Commission has approved an Irish scheme to support not-for-profit regional, county and local entities affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
The European Commission has issued guidelines for EU Member States on the best ways to check EU Digital Covid Certificates before travel, ensuring the smoothest possible experience for air passengers and staff alike
In a statement following the UK government's announcement regarding the Protocol on Northern Ireland, Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič said the EU was ready to continue to seek creative solutions, within the framework of the Protocol, in the interest of all communities in Northern Ireland.
The European Commission has adopted measures to strengthen the EU’s anti-money laundering and countering terrorism financing rules.
The European Commission has endorsed Ireland's recovery and
resilience plan. This is an important step towards the EU disbursing €989 million in grants under the Recovery and Resilience Facility.