Commission decides to refer IRELAND to the Court of Justice for failing to correctly transpose Water Framework Directive protecting waters from pollution
The European Commission has decided to refer Ireland to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to correctly transpose the Water Framework Directive (Directive 2000/60/EC) into national law.
Commission to refer six Member States, including Ireland, to the Court of Justice for failing to prevent invasive alien species damaging European nature
Ireland is one of a number of EU Member States that are being referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to implement various provisions of Regulation 1143/20 on the prevention and management of the introduction and spread of invasive alien species.
Infringements: European Commission start two new procedures against Ireland for non-compliance with EU law, continues a third one
The European Commission is calling on Ireland to reduce emissions of several air pollutants, to comply with certain obligations from the Regulation on the dissemination of terrorist content online and to comply with EU Posting of Workers Enforcement Directive.
The revised EU Pollinators Initiative proposed today by the European Commission will help to better restore & protect species and habitats, mitigate the impact of pesticides use and enhance pollinator habitats in urban areas.
State aid: Commission approves €2.8 million Irish scheme to support the fishery sector in the context of Brexit
The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a €2.8 million Irish scheme to support the fishery sector affected by effects of the withdrawal of the UK from the EU.
State Aid: European Commission approves amendments to Irish scheme to further support companies in the context of Russia's war against Ukraine
The European Commission has approved amendments to an Irish scheme, including a €200 million budget increase, to further support companies in the context of Russia's war against Ukraine.
Ireland is to receive €169 million from the Just Transition Fund (JTF) thanks to the approval today of its Territorial Just Transition Plan (TJTP).
The European Commission has adopted a notice which extends to 31 December 2025 the current arrangements for the movement of veterinary medicines from Great Britain to Cyprus, Ireland, Malta and Northern Ireland.
Ireland will receive additional €53 million under REACT-EU to help welcoming people fleeing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
David O'Sullivan, a former Secretary-General of the Commission and senior EU diplomat, has been appointed as EU Sanctions Envoy and will formally take up this role in the second half of January.