Ursula von der Leyen’s visit to Kyiv produced a Kafkaesque moment in which she boasted of how the EU is bringing light to Ukraine by donating energy-saving LED bulbs, writes niezalezna.pl
columnist Tomasz Teluk
Europe is poaching doctors from the poorest countries, and the problems only begin there. In many ways, the whole immigration racket around medical workers reveals some of the fundamental issues with mass immigration to the West.
Despite losing to Argentina 3:0 in the semifinal of the 2022 Qatar World Cup, Croatia — a young country with just 3.8 million inhabitants — for the second time in a row is among the top four national football teams in the world
“Chips are one of the most important rapidly developing technologies today, but the European Union currently does not have sufficient capacity to design and manufacture its own advanced chips,” said Czech Industry Minister Jozef Síkela
Germany’s plan to heavily subsidize energy bills even for large businesses threatens the fair competition aross the European Union, and the Czech prime minister must do something to stop it, notes the publicist and economist Lenka Zlámalová
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