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Anti-coercion instrument in EU Council

EU member states are expected to adopt their position on the anti-coercion instrument on Thursday, paving the way for final negotiations with the European Parliament. The latest compromise proposal of the Czech Council Presidency has met with approval at the expert level and is now to be adopted by the EU ambassadors, according to the draft decision published by “Contexte.”

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