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  • General publications

The EU in 2022: General report on the activities of the European Union

A year marked by Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine and the energy crisis, the general report on the activities of the EU outlines the progress made in 2022, including EU support to Ukraine and developments in the green and digital transitions ensuring a stronger, fairer, and greener Europe.

  • Press release

EYE2023 competition: win a trip to Parliament’s youth event

On 9-10 June, thousands of young people from across the EU will take over the European Parliament in Strasbourg for the European Youth Event to discuss and share ideas on how to shape the future of Europe. Take part in the contest to win a trip to Strasbourg and join the Parliament’s event EYE2023.

  • Statement

G7 Leaders’ Statement

On the one-year mark of Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine, G7 leaders issued a statement reaffirming their unwavering support for Ukraine for as long as it takes. The statement also expresses their solidarity and support to the people of Türkiye and Syria affected by the horrifying earthquakes.

  • News article

EU gas consumption decreased by 19%

The EU consumption of natural gas has dropped by 19.3% in the period August 2022-January 2023, in line with EU efforts to save energy and reduce its dependency on Russian gas.

  • Press release

Fit for 55: zero CO2 emissions for new cars and vans in 2035

The European Parliament has approved the new CO2 emissions reduction targets for new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, part of the “Fit for 55” package. This legislation sets advanced performance standards for new cars and vans in line with the EU’s increased climate ambition.

  • Press release

EU economy set to avoid recession

The EU economy is doing better than expected. The Winter interim Forecast lifts the growth outlook for this year to 0.8% in the EU and 0.9% in the euro area, avoiding the technical recession that was anticipated for the turn of the year. Inflation is also expected to be lower for both 2023 and 2024.