Europe accused of ‘double standard’ on Ukrainian refugees

The quick acceptance of Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s aggression puts a spotlight on Europe’s “double standard” for migrants, standing against its nonwelcome for people fleeing violence in Africa, the Mideast and elsewhere, the head of the world’s largest humanitarian network said Monday.

How can Europe get gas if Russia’s supply is disrupted?

Pressure on Europe to secure alternative gas supplies increased on Thursday as Moscow imposed sanctions on European subsidiaries of state-owned Gazprom a day after Ukraine stopped a major gas transit route, pushing prices higher.

Gov’t signs first contract under Greece 2.0

Greek authorities on Friday signed a contract for the Gov-ERP project, the first project included in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (Greece 2.0), designed to promote the digital transformation of the country.

Europe’s quest to replace Russian gas faces plenty of hurdles

Russia’s natural gas supplies have become a tool of leverage in its conflict with Europe over the Russian invasion of Ukraine. And the stakes are high for Europe, which relies on Russia for 40% of the gas that warms and lights its homes and businesses.

Greeks divided over EU sanctions against Russia, survey shows

Only 29 percent of Greeks approve of the European Union’s response to Russia’s war against Ukraine, according to a Eurobarometer survey in all member states published on Thursday. The same poll shows a vast majority of respondents are in favor of providing humanitarian support to the victims of war.