On this 20 March again, most of European dailies have their main headlines on Ukraine, as Russian troops and local pro-Russian militias have forced local forces to abandon their bases in the Crimean region. Interesting though, Austrian daily Die Presse headlines on the new possible goals the EU might set to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The issue will be discussed in today and tomorrow's European council, held in Brussels, along, of course, with the Ukrainian crisis and the tensions with Moscow. Meanwhile, the main government parties have lost yesterday's local elections in the Netherlands. Labour (PvdA) even lost Amsterdam.
'Crimea is almost entirely under Russian control' - Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm.
'How to live under occupation' - Den, Kiev.
'Historical signature' - Izvestya, Moscow.
'Cheap bread for Ukraine' - Standart, Sofia.
'Berlin can not "be blackmailed" by Putin' - Die Welt, Berlin.
'Russian forces seize Crimean bases' - El Periódico, Barcelona.
'Empty bases. Tension on the first day of Russian Crimea' - Público, Lisbon.
'Climate: does Europe need new goals?' - Die Presse, Vienna.
'D66 the winner, PvdA loses three big cities' - Trouw, Amsterdam.
'Dividend. Depending on income and children' - To Ethnos, Athens.
'Renzi to the EU: the 3 per cent [benchmark] should be changed' - La Repubblica, Rome.
'Special issue. The writer's Libé. The eavesdropping's bad novel' - Libération, Paris.
'Osborne helps the aged' - The Independent, London.