News for the week of June 13 to 18, 2022

(B2- Summit, NATO, support for Georgia, Horn of Africa, Tension between DR Congo and Rwanda… Here is a summary of the many information published in recent days on B2 Pro.

The King of the Belgians Philippe I in Kinshasa (Photo: Royal Palace)

[News] Yes to Ukraine and Moldova, maybe for Georgia

The Commission gave its opinion on the applications from three Eastern Partnership countries. Positive opinion, but accompanied by a complete roadmap. Read: Candidate country status for Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova, with conditions

[Preview] A summit focusing on relations between Europeans and their Eastern neighborhood

B2 read for you the draft conclusions of the European summit of 23 and 24 June

[Forecast] What will the ministers work on

Foreign Ministers will meet in Luxembourg. What will they talk about? Read : Horn of Africa, Egypt, Gulf and Ukraine on Foreign Affairs Council agenda

[Confidential] Assistance to the Georgian army

The Europeans plan to provide assistance to the Georgian Armed Forces under the European Peace Facility.

[Analysis] Dark cloud over Madrid summit

Two weeks before the summit, the question of the accession of two new countries to the Atlantic Alliance still remains in question. Read : Dark cloud over the top of Madrid. Why Turkey is blocking Finland and Sweden from joining NATO

[News] Rebel movements hit DR Congo again

The Congolese armed forces accuse Rwanda of their misfortune… Belgium promises an outpouring of solidarity from the Europeans. Read : Between Rwanda and DR Congo, tension is rising. Belgium defends Kinshasa's right to integrity

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