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Celebration of Joy at Heldenplatz to commemorate the liberation of Europe from National Socialism
Federal Chancellor Werner Faymann stated at the press conference after the Council of Ministers’ meeting.
President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso pays a visit to the Austrian Federal Chancellery
Commemorating 12 March 1938 – Europe needs solidarity
The Federal Chancellor calls on the British Prime Minister to cooperate at EU level and to compromise
"The mandate of the European Union is to continue developing"
1.77 percent on ten-year bonds
A clear signal of continuity in the constructive cooperation between Europe and the USA
Negotiating in close cooperation and with one voice to uphold Austria’s interests
The ESM bailout fund is fully operational
Federal Chancellor Werner Faymann welcomes Austria’s renewed triple-A rating
German Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel pays an official visit to Ballhausplatz – talks focus on Europe
"We are committed to preserving Europe with its single currency."
Working meeting on the economic situation in the euro-zone and in Europe
The Court ruling does not imply any automatic mechanism for child custody after divorce disputes
Statement of the Federal Chancellor to the National Council on "Shaping the future of Europe jointly – with employment, growth and stability"
A possible fiscal union has to go hand in hand with joint decisions at European level on national budget deficits.
EU Treaty change as a long-term perspective – preview of European Council: 120 billion euro for growth and employment
"It was right to adopt bail-out packages for the euro-zone. They will be sufficient to provide the necessary financial aid to Spain as well as to deal with various other problems that might come up in the euro-zone", Federal Chancellor Werner Faymann stated at today’s press conference after the meeting of the Council of Ministers.
This year Ringturm has been wrapped by hungarian painter László Fehérfor the fifth time. Erected in 1955, Vienna’s first high-rise office building is considered a historic monument today.
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