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On 12 June, the prime ministers of Greece and of Macedonia announced that a compromise solution had been developed on the subject of the name of the latter state.
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Kyiv Patriarchate and the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church have submitted a request to grant autocephaly to Ukrainian Orthodoxy.
On 6 June, the German federal government established a commission whose main task will be to develop a plan for a so-called ‘coal phase-out’.
On 2 May, the Permanent Court of Arbitration passed a ruling in a case brought by a group of Ukrainian companies and one individual against the Russian Federation.
The European Commission put forward a proposal of new rules for the financing of the external assistance and neighbourhood policy.
Four years since the unrecognized ‘republics’ in the east of Ukraine were declared, their future remains unclear.
The Social Democrats demanded that Chancellor Angela Merkel provide explanations concerning abuses while asylum and refugee status are being granted by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees.
The serious financial problems of the private company CEFC China Energy have affected the company’s activities in the Czech Republic.
Finland sees Russia as a source of opportunities and threats. On the one hand, Russia is an important trade partner. On the other hand, Finland is concerned by the Russian vision of the international order based on great powers’ spheres of influence, and by Russia’s increasing military capabilities.
On 2nd May the German federal government adopted a draft budget and a financial plan for 2018–2022.