Turquoise-green continues – Austria lost to France –…

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The turquoise-green alliance never ends: There was already a good mood in the alliance. Chancellor Karl Nehammer (ÖVP) announced on Monday that he did not want to end the government. However, in her Yes to the EU reform bill, Minister Leonor Küssler (Greens) committed “gross misconduct” and acted illegally. A “massive breach of trust” had occurred. Green Party leader Werner Koegler supports the move: It would have been done the same way over and over again. Vienna’s SPÖ climate councilor, Jürgen Czernohorszky, expects the law to stick despite the conflict. More on this.

Speaking of Renaissance: What’s Coming to Vienna? Plenty of greenery, the organically managed Vienna Woods and a stream in Lising that meanders back: Vienna is a good starting point for law enforcement. But, no concrete steps have been taken yet Teresa Wirth was discovered. A commodity.

Austria lost the opening match of the European Championship: He writes that Austria’s 0-1 defeat against top-seeded France continues to fuel hopes for the European Football Championship in Germany. Mark Dater. Because: “Gallic Rooster” got a bloody nose and an own goal spoiled the ÖFB festival. However, we cannot lose against Poland anymore. morning glow

Ukraine can get millions: In February 2014, Viktor Yanukovych hurriedly left Ukraine. Since then the former president’s whereabouts have been a matter of speculation. But: at least the Swiss authorities know where some of the money from those around him that he allegedly corrupts is – in Swiss accounts. According to the latest ruling, Ukraine can hope that about 170 million francs will soon come to Kyiv. More on this.

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Strict Rules for Advertising Promises: EU countries want anyone buying a product advertised as environmentally friendly to make sure it’s true. EU environment ministers agreed stricter rules for companies’ voluntary reports on the environmental or climate friendliness of products. Countries want to take action against so-called greenwashing.

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