With the post-world war international institutions eroded and under threat, a “strong and united Europe” standing alongside the United Nations, has never been more essential, said UN chief António Guterres in Germany on 30 May, where he received the Charlemagne Prize for services towards European unification.
He underlined that we need to address the challenges of climate change, the transformation of society through new technology and that we need to have balance approach to migration while pr...


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