The new improved Roaming regulation enters into force on 1 July 2022. It extends “Roam-like-at-home” until 2032 – the scheme thanks to which travellers in the EU and the EEA can call, text and surf abroad without extra charges.
The EU and New Zealand have today concluded negotiations for a Trade Agreement, which is set to open significant economic opportunities for companies and consumers on both sides.
The European Commission has made commitments offered by Insurance Ireland, an association of Irish insurers, legally binding under EU antitrust rules.
The 2022 Strategic Foresight Report, published today by the European Commission, identifies ten key areas of action with the objective of maximising synergies and consistency between our climate and digital ambitions.
The European Commission has approved a €56 million Irish scheme to support the agricultural sector, in particular fodder producers, in the context of Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Colleagues from the European Commission Representation in Ireland together with those from the European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland and diplomats from other embassies, will take part in the Dublin Pride Parade on 25 June 2022 under the banner of ‘Diplomats for Equality’.
The European Commission has adopted pioneering proposals to restore damaged ecosystems, bring nature back across Europe and reduce the use and risk of chemical pesticides by 50% by 2030.
The European Commission has approved a €11.2 Irish scheme to support the agriculture sector, in particular producers of tillage and protein crops, in the context of Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Five new European supercomputers will facilitate advance research in the fields of climate change, cosmology, engineering, materials science and more
Additional position papers detail the possible solutions to facilitate the movement of goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.