Thursday, 6 March 2014

Today’s best European front pages

The crisis in Ukraine and its consequences is still the main headline of most  European dailies on this 6 February, though it competes with the announcement made yesterday by EU commissioner for economic and monetary affairs Olli Rehn that the Commission would increase its surveillance of Italy and France on excessive debt imbalance.



'The United States and Russia pave the diplomatic way in Ukrainian crisis' - El País, Madrid.



'Blame from Brussels' - Handelsblatt, Düsseldorf.



'The EU sacks Italy, Renzi says Stop' - Il Messaggero, Rome.



'Yellow card to Italy and France' - I Kathimerini, Athens.



"The history of each paralympics is the history of a victory over difficult circumstances" - Kommersant, Moscow.



'Brussels puts France under reinforced surveillance' - Le Figaro, Paris.



'Ukraine. Europe fears a huge bill if it should go ahead with sanctions on Russia' - Público, Lisbon.



'Impact on immigrants on British workers 'negligible'' - The Independent, London.



'The EU promises Kiev eleven billion euro of aid by 2016' - Der Standard, Vienna.



'Will the Russians transport goods through Slovakia?' - Pravda, Bratislava.



'Krimea is Ukraine' - Rzeczpospolita, Warsaw.


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