Issue 438 | 11 July 2016

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 8 July 2016 in Magazines
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Slovak EU Council Presidency interview with Ivan Korčok, Copyright Reform, Firearms Directive, 5G Technology, EU Biodiversity Strategy, 5 Questions with entrepreneur and rights activist Madi Sharma and more…

Europe's engine of positivity

As Slovakia takes the helm of the EU Council Presidency for the first time, Ivan Korčok explains why the country will work to be an engine of positivity, and how it plans to unite a fragmented Europe.

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