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A CHILD plays in the sensory therapy room at Beit Issie Shapiro.

Israeli disabled peoples' NGO invited to speak at European conference

The conference addressed the coronavirus vaccine's accessibility in many European countries, highlighting the challenge of providing the vaccine to people with disabilities and their caregivers.

Park-goers play chess at the chess tables donated by the Israeli embassy in Kiev to mark 30 years to

Two cities in Europe symbolically mark Holocaust, Tu Bishvat with trees

"We are fighting against anyone who's ever said that we don't need to remember, that we can forget. We cannot, it is our duty," said the German mayor.

Technion faculty members win prestigious EU awards

Two professors from the Technion won a total of $3.7 million in grants awarded by the European Research Council.

Israel Portugal

Portuguese FM to visit Jerusalem, Ramallah prior to EU Council Presidency

Portuguese Foreign Minister Santos Silva is due to visit Jerusalem on Monday and Ramallah on Tuesday to advance Israeli-Portuguese relations.

A window of opportunity in Israel-EU Relations

Israel’s previous government often maligned the EU, depicted it as hostile to Israel, and encouraged division among its member states.

Josep Borrell, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the

Borrell: Annexation to have ‘significant consequences’ for EU-Israel ties

Borrell added that he is using all of the EU’s “diplomatic capacities in order to put pressure for that not to happen.”

Israel must not give up on Europe

In addition to strategic and commercial interests, Israel and Europe share similar values.

A general view shows the Israeli settlement of Beitar Illit in the West Bank April 7, 2019

U.S. counters BDS, UN, with claim Israeli settlements legal - analysis

Former US president Barack Obama and his administration referred to the settlements as illegitimate.

EU to Trump: settlements are illegal

While the U.S. has changed its policy, the EU retains its stance on the matter

Few aftershocks expected in Jerusalem following EU elections - analysis

The results showed that a populist wave exists, but is by no means sweeping Europe, and Europeans are not all of a sudden turning anti-EU.

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