CRM-Einführung im Rekordtempo   
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          Kommentarer till EU-ledare planerar nu superstat – tvärtemot folkopinionen av Anders   
Sverige var inte medlem i EG utan i EES som hade bl.a. handelsavtal med EG. EES-avtalet är ett frihandelsavtal som gäller för EU-länderna och Island, Liechtenstein, Norge. Schweiz har ett enskilt avtal med EU. Avtalen ger företag i de deltagande länderna tillträde till EU:s inre marknad. Inom den inre marknaden råder fri rörlighet för varor, tjänster, personer och kapital. (Wikipedia).
          Bad winter for Swiss bee colonies   
Bee colonies in Switzerland and Liechtenstein diminished by 30% over the winter, according to a survey of 1,000 Swiss beekeepers. Published on Monday, the survey by an umbrella organization of beekeeper associations known as Apisuisse blamed the decline on a parasitic mite, insecticides and other environmental factors. It’s a trend that adds to European and American farmers’ longtime worries about the declining population of honeybees, a key crop pollinator that originated in Europe. Bees play an important role in global food production by carrying the pollen from flowering plants, but there have been widespread reports of so-called colony-collapse disorder. Only a few of the 20,000 bee species are honeybees, which are cultivated in hives. Buzz kill Among the challenges to bee farming is lack of land, spread of disease, parasites like the varroa mite and the use of fungicides, herbicides and pesticides. Over the winter more than 20% of the bee colonies were lost – of ...
          AS Roma Siapkan Dana Besar untuk Bawa Kembali Pellegrini   

AS Roma siapkan dana cukup besar untuk membawa kembali Lorenzo Pellegrini ke Stadion Olimpico dari Sassuolo. Kabarnya, Roma sudah menyiapkan dana sekitar 10 juta Euro.

Pellegrini muncul dari akademi AS Roma sebelum berangkat ke Sassuolo pada tahun 2015. Di klub itu, dia telah mencetak 11 gol dalam 54 penampilan di semua kompetisi untuk tim Serie A itu.

Setelah membela Azzurri melawan Liechtenstein pada bulan Juni lalu, Pellegrini juga membantu Timnas Italia U-21 ke semifinal Kejuaraan Eropa, namun kalah dari Spanyol.

Setelah menandatangani kontrak lima tahun dengan Roma, Pellegrini bertekad ingin meraih kesuksesan di Giallorossi. Dia juga akan bertemu lagi dengan mantan pelatih Sassuolo Eusebio di Francesco.

"Ini adalah perasaan yang luar biasa untuk kembali," kata Pellegrini. "Ini adalah tujuan saya sejak saya pergi ke Sassuolo. Ini adalah puncak dari perjalanan dua tahun yang hebat bersama mereka."

"Saya ingin berterima kasih kepada AS Roma, termasuk Monchi dan para direktur lainnya, mereka selalu berhubungan dekat dengan saya, mereka membuat saya menyadari betapa mereka menginginkan saya kembali."

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           Ce suprataxe maxime in roaming are voie sa aplice RCSRDS, incepand din 30 iunie: Abonatii vor plati in final tarife mai mici decat pe care le plateau anterior - spune arbitrul telecom   
RCS&RDS a primit autorizarea sa aplice clientilor anumite suprataxe, in plus fata de tarifele nationale, pentru serviciile de roaming in Spatiul Economic European (SEE), adica in tarile din UE, plus Norvegia, Islanda si Liechtenstein, a anuntat vineri arbitrul telecom (ANCOM). Autoritatea spune ca a luat aceasta decizie pentru a-i permite companiei recuperarea costurilor de furnizare a serviciilor de roaming si mentinerea tarifelor pentru serviciile oferite in Romania, in conformitate cu reglementarile europene privind roaming-ul. Chiar daca operatorul va aplica suprataxele maxime, abonatii RCS&RDS ar urma sa plateasca in final tarife mai mici decat cele pe care le plateau anterior.
          Autriche : La saison estivale commence avec une baisse des nuitées en mai (- 11,3 %) / Summer season 2017 started with decrease in overnight stays in May (–11.3%)   

7.12 million overnight stays were registered in May 2017, according to Statistics Austria's latest preliminary data, which represents a decrease of 11.3%. The overnight stays of resident visitors declined by 4.3%, those of non-residents by 15.4%. The number of guests was also decreasing by 6.7% (-7.8% for non-resident guests; -5.0 for resident guests). Mainly responsible for this negative development was the shift of religious holidays from May 2016 to June of the current year. Therefore it is to wait for the June 2017 figures in order to have a basis to compare the pre-summer-season May to June.

The overnight figures of the three most important foreign countries of origin were strongly decreasing (Germany: -29.9%; Switzerland and Liechtenstein: -13.0%; the Netherlands: -8.0%). In total, the decrease of overnights from these three countries amounted to 0.91 million. The strongest relative increases in overnight figures were registered from Russia (+37.5%), Poland (+18.0%) and the Czech Republic (+17.1%).

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          Business Apartment komplett möbliert mit uneinsehbarer Terrasse   
Sehr feines, gemütliches, charmantes Dachgeschoß-Apartment unweit der Schubertkirche und des Palais Liechtensteins mit Traumblick ins Lichtental, komplett möbliert und hell und ruhig gelegen. Es verfügt über folgenden Grundriss.Eingangsbereich,...
4 Zimmer 148 m² 14 €/m² hell möbliert Terrasse
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          Clippasafe EU Electric Socket Covers - 6 pack   

Travel Electric Socket covers Your child is just as likely to investigate the plug socket outlets when away on holiday as they are at home. This is a six pack of EU socket covers that can be used across most of continental Europe (except in Denmark, Switzerland and Liechtenstein). They are easily inserted into open Schuko (Type F) and French (Type E) sockets, and just as easily removed at the end of your holiday using a standard 2-pin Europlug.

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JEWISH KING JESUS IS COMING AT THE RAPTURE FOR US IN THE CLOUDS-DON'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.THE BIBLE TAKEN LITERALLY- WHEN THE PLAIN SENSE MAKES GOOD SENSE-SEEK NO OTHER SENSE-LEST YOU END UP IN NONSENSE.GET SAVED NOW- CALL ON JESUS TODAY.THE ONLY SAVIOR OF THE WHOLE EARTH - NO OTHER. 1 COR 15:23-JESUS THE FIRST FRUITS-CHRISTIANS RAPTURED TO JESUS-FIRST FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT-23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.ROMANS 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.(THE PRE-TRIB RAPTURE)

Dreams of a gender-neutral O Canada are over — for now-[CBC]-YAHOONEWS-June 28, 2017

Canadians will not be singing a gender-neutral national anthem on Canada Day after a bill before Parliament to officially change the lyrics has stalled.The House of Commons overwhelmingly passed a private member's bill last summer that would alter the national anthem by replacing "in all thy sons command" with "in all of us command" as part of a push to strike gendered language from O Canada.Although the bill sailed through the House with government approval, Conservative senators opposed to the changes have scored a victory in the Red Chamber. A yearlong campaign successfully punted a vote on the bill until the fall, at the earliest, and even then the legislation faces an uncertain future."I'm trying to protect the tradition rather than, you know, water it down with a politically correct version that is historically inaccurate," Conservative Senator David Wells said in an interview with CBC News on Tuesday."I don't misrepresent why I'm [using parliamentary stall tactics] … I don't like this bill, and I will do what I can to ensure it doesn't pass."Wells and a number of other senators have said they oppose efforts to tinker with the lyrics written by a man long dead.(The lyrics have been changed since they were first penned by Robert Stanley Weir in 1908, but not since O Canada officially became the country's national anthem in 1980.) The late Liberal MP Mauril Bélanger introduced the bill, and many MPs backed the legislation as a salute to a colleague on his death bed."The bill was passed in the House compassionately and out of sadness for a dying colleague. While that is touching, it is not the way we make public policy in this country and it is not the way we do our legislation," Ontario Conservative Senator Lynn Beyak said.A flurry of amendments were introduced to the bill in the last few weeks of the parliamentary sitting — all failed to pass in the face of opposition from most Liberal and Independent senators — which dragged out debate considerably. Parliament rose for summer break before a final vote at third reading could be held.Ramona Lumpkin, the chancellor of Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, and a strong proponent of the bill, said she was deeply disappointed by the developments."We're so close and I really regret that there are a few senators who seem to have dug in and decided to delay. I hope it's not a permanent block," said Lumpkin, in an interview with CBC News."It's not as if the words were brought down from Mount Sinai on stone tablets like the Ten Commandments, they are words created by humans and subject to change as our social and cultural conditions change, and thank goodness they do," she said.Wells said national symbols cannot be altered to simply adhere to the "flavour of the day." He said Canadians were not consulted by the government and that there hasn't been an adequate conversation about a fairly significant change."I'll be working my hardest to delay this bill until there's a full debate," he said. "I get a lot of emails, and many comments to me personally, from people who don't want to see the anthem change, who see it as a part of our tradition and who see this attempt to change it as political correctness run amok. It is a slippery slope. Calls for inclusion will always be there, but my belief is all Canadians are already included in the national anthem."He said pictures adorning the walls of the Senate depict men in combat during the First World War. "Would we now airbrush females into those pictures to accurately reflect what it might be today with those pieces of Canadians' history? My answer is no, that would be an abomination, and I think that's what it is with the anthem as well."If the bill is amended in the Senate it would be sent back to the House for another vote. As per parliamentary rules, because Bélanger is dead, MPs will have to unanimously agree to replace him as sponsor or the bill drops from the order paper; that is unlikely given entrenched opposition from some corners of the chamber."That worries me," Lumpkin said. "I know language matters and I talk to students and young women regularly who still feel their voice doesn't carry as strong as the voice of their male friends. I think the gesture, even though it's symbolic, would say a lot to those young women."The Liberal government could also choose to introduce legislation of its own — with the same wording — to avoid some of the problems that often befall private member's bills; namely, the government could invoke time allocation to prevent procedural time delays.

DANIEL 7:23-24
23 Thus he said, The fourth beast (EU,REVIVED ROME) shall be the fourth kingdom upon earth,(7TH WORLD EMPIRE) which shall be diverse from all kingdoms, and shall devour the whole earth, and shall tread it down, and break it in pieces.(TRADING BLOCKS-10 WORLD REGIONS/TRADE BLOCS)
24 And the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings(10 NATIONS-10 WORLD DIVISION WORLD GOVERNMENT) that shall arise: and another shall rise after them; and he shall be diverse from the first, and he shall subdue three kings.(EITHER THE EUROPEAN UNION DICTATOR BOOTS 3 COUNTRIES FROM THE EU OR THE DICTATOR TAKES OVER THE WORLD ECONOMY BY CONTROLLING 3 WORLD TRADE BLOCS)

9 And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth.(THE VATICAN IS BUILT ON 7 HILLS OR MOUNTAINS)
11 And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goeth into perdition.
12 And the ten horns which thou sawest are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast.
13 These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast.

Heres the scripture 1 week = 7 yrs Genesis 29:27-29
27 Fulfil her week, and we will give thee this also for the service which thou shalt serve with me yet seven other years.
28 And Jacob did so, and fulfilled her week:(7 YEARS) and he gave him Rachel his daughter to wife also.
29 And Laban gave to Rachel his daughter Bilhah his handmaid to be her maid.

DANIEL 9:26-27
26 And after threescore and two weeks(62X7=434 YEARS+7X7=49 YEARS=TOTAL OF 69 WEEKS OR 483 YRS) shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself: and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary;(ROMAN LEADERS DESTROYED THE 2ND TEMPLE) and the end thereof shall be with a flood, and unto the end of the war desolations are determined.(THERE HAS TO BE 70 WEEKS OR 490 YRS TO FUFILL THE VISION AND PROPHECY OF DAN 9:24).(THE NEXT VERSE IS THAT 7 YR WEEK OR (70TH FINAL WEEK).
27 And he ( THE ROMAN,EU PRESIDENT) shall confirm the covenant (PEACE TREATY) with many for one week:(1X7=7 YEARS) and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease,(3 1/2 yrs in TEMPLE ANIMAL SACRIFICES STOPPED) and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.

Opinion-G20 is 'test run' for Trump-era climate governance By Simon Schunz-euobserver

BRUSSELS, 27. Jun, 09:06-Weeks after US president Donald Trump announced the US' withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, the debate is still raging on in regard to the possible implications of his decision.Some fear a global domino effect, with more countries renouncing climate protection pledges and ceasing domestic emission reduction efforts.Others argue that the Paris accord's architecture is sufficiently resilient, and that efforts to keep global temperature increases to "well below 2°C" – as stipulated by the agreement – will endure.Activities at the sub-national level in the US also seem to support the argument that the agreement will prevail and domestic opponents of Trump’s decision have mobilised remarkably quickly.Cities and states with progressive climate policies joined forces across the US, committing themselves to honouring the Paris agreement.For instance, support came via the bipartisan "US Climate Alliance" of states – including heavyweights such as California and New York – and the "We Are Still In" initiative, which involves hundreds of businesses, investors, and institutes of higher education.Moreover, these sub-national players are linking up with leading nations to create innovative climate diplomacy networks: California and China have held talks to collaborate on emission reduction efforts, while several US states have intensified climate cooperation with Canada.Though these developments enhance the Paris agreement’s chances of survival, they will not be enough.Fight for survival-The resilience of the agreement hinges on how other major emitters will react to Trump’s break.To pursue effective global climate governance, these countries must repeat the steps taken in the run-up to the 2015 Paris climate meeting, where a strategy of "multiple bilateralism" between US-China, China-India and China-EU (among others) served to build trust and resolve crunch issues.The emerging consensus among key emitters was translated into cooperation in the world’s club governance fora (G7, G20) and fed into the multilateral negotiations, leading to the Paris agreement’s ultimate entry into force.True to this spirit, six members (plus the EU) were already pressuring the US to remain committed to the Paris agreement at the recent G7 summit in Sicily. Not that it seemed to do much good, as Trump withdrew from the climate pact a few days later.The next litmus test for effective global climate governance comes in July, when leaders from countries accounting for 80% of global emissions meet for the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, on 7-8 July.With the US thrusting itself into isolation, the German G20 presidency will seek to gather the broadest possible support for the Paris agreement.But a question remains: is a G20 entente possible? It might be, if others show the way.Climate leaders-From the G7, the EU and Canada display the clearest leadership ambitions.EU heavyweights have signalled their "strongest commitment" to uphold their pledges to combat climate change.In his reaction to Trump’s Paris exit, Canada's prime minister, Justin Trudeau, confirmed his country's "unwavering commitment to fight climate change".The Canadian government has also vehemently denied recent reports that Trudeau wished to scrap references to climate from the draft G20 declaration, in order to appease the US government.But leaders need followers. And whether followers can be mobilised depends on how G20 members define their interests – economically and politically.Economically, many G20 countries appear to believe the energy transition – accelerated by the Paris Agreement – must continue.Investing in low-carbon development is no longer seen as a burden on growth prospects. If anything, there is a growing consensus that Trump’s decision will put the US at risk of lagging behind technologically.Politically, the relationship between G20 countries and the US (particularly the Trump administration) is tricky.Are countries like Australia, Japan, Turkey and the UK willing to risk relations with the president of a key ally by adopting a confrontational attitude over climate change? The answer depends heavily on whether the German G20 presidency can dispel their concerns by convincingly demonstrating that the world is changing – because it is.-Changing world-At an EU-China summit the day after Trump’s announcement, a draft joint declaration on climate change characterised the Paris Agreement as “an historic achievement further accelerating the irreversible global low greenhouse gas emission and climate resilient development” and outlined numerous joint actions.Although it was ultimately withheld due to trade-related differences, this declaration contains the blueprint for a shifting centre of gravity in global climate governance to Eurasia.If supported by India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, who has reiterated support for the Paris Agreement, a solid pro-climate coalition including three of the world’s top four emitters would emerge.Cooperation with Canada, and with the sub-national forces in the US, could then provide additional momentum to convince other G20 members.As a major guiding forum, the G20 represents a test run for the future of global climate governance during the Trump era.The direction this governance will take, depends heavily on the strength of emerging partnerships, and their ability to convince others to join them regardless of US policies.If the will is robust enough, this "multiple bilateralism" could bring about the dawn of a new era, and the successful implementation of the Paris Agreement.If it fails, however, global climate politics faces a complicated, daunting future.Dr Simon Schunz is a Research Fellow at the United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS), and a professor of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges. He is also a visiting professor at the University of Leuven.

Opinion-EU parliament should befriend transparency By Sylvie GUILLAUME and Danuta HUEBNER-euobserver

BRUSSELS, 27. Jun, 17:24-A few days ago, an NGO representative expressed her concerns about the way the European Parliament was dealing with the European Commission’s proposal for a revised inter-institutional agreement on a “mandatory transparency register”.The proposal was submitted by the EU commission on 28 September 2016 and aimed at including the Council of the EU, where representatives of member states sit, as a new partner within the framework.Following the commission's proposal, the EU parliament’s Conference of Presidents entrusted us, as the responsible lead negotiators - supported by a contact group composed of one MEP from each political group - with developing a draft negotiating mandate.We organised five contact group meetings, where detailed discussions provided the opportunity for all political groups to give their input and ideas. It led to the endorsement of a balanced text on 11 April this year.We enriched our deliberations by means of a half-day meeting between the contact group and the involved NGO representatives - including Nina Katzemich from the website LobbyControl, and others from organisations such as Transparency International, Civil Society Europe and Corporate Europe Observatory.We listened carefully to their concerns, many of which we had already incorporated into our work, such as the necessity to enlarge the definition of lobbying and to include an independent observer in the management structure of the transparency register.We also discussed how we to pursue the negotiations with the EU commission and the council in order to get those concerns taken on board.Instead of the expected swift adoption of the mandate, which would signal the parliament’s readiness to enter into negotiations, we were deeply troubled to find that the item had been taken off the agenda of the Conference of Presidents on successive occasions.-Horse-trading-It appeared that some MEPs used procedural manoeuvres and political horse-trading to achieve repeated postponements of the adoption of the mandate, even though a large majority in parliament supported its content.It seems that it is sometimes those who believe themselves to be on the path of righteousness, who are most willing to misuse our system of procedures to score cheap political points.We found it disturbing that some wilfully ignored parliament’s power to determine its own internal organisation.It has also saddened us to see that some of those who claim to be at the forefront of stemming the tide of populism, do not seem to mind riding on that very same tide when it serves their own political ends.However, we were glad to see that the Conference of Presidents finally adopted the mandate two weeks ago on 15 June, in the very same form that had been proposed by the contact group.Following its adoption, the mandate was immediately published on the EU parliament’s website.Regarding the free and independent mandate of MEPs - enshrined in EU primary law - it is noteworthy that the independence of elected representatives is a cornerstone of a representative democracy and a principle this is not easily dismissed.Therefore, any limitation on MEPs in the exercise of their free mandate must be proportionate and cannot, for example, unduly restrict his or her right to seek information.Moreover, a principle enshrined in primary law cannot be altered by secondary law, let alone by an inter-institutional agreement.The mandate adopted on 15 June is based on a long line of parliament’s decisions regarding its relations with interest representatives.It reflects the position of a broad majority of MEPs and it constitutes a solid base for negotiations on a significant improvement to the current transparency register and a widening of its scope.-Negotiating framework-The mandate should be understood as a framework for the negotiations.Parliament’s position will continue to be adapted as the negotiations progress. Once the negotiations are concluded, parliament will adopt follow-up decisions with respect to its internal organisation, in order to implement the new inter‑institutional agreement.But the European Parliament still remains committed to pushing for a transparency regulation that would go beyond an inter-institutional agreement and lay down the relevant provisions on transparency and the register in secondary law.One should not forget the progress that parliament has achieved so far in this field. It initiated the Transparency Register as early as 1996, as well as a Code of Conduct with a commitment for registered lobbyists to act in accordance with high ethical standards.Parliament is, and remains, the most open EU institution, which can be seen with the web-streaming of its meetings and the ability for citizens to visit all of its buildings.Furthermore, parliament decided that registration on the transparency register was to be made a requirement to be invited as a speaker at committee hearings and to receive a long-term access badge for its premises.It also put in place a voluntary legislative footprint last year, and it encourages its MEPs to meet only with registered organisations.Katzemich considers the EU commission to have made a big step in 2015 by publishing meetings of commissioners, heads of cabinets and directors‑general.Certainly, this is true. However, this measure was decided by the commission with a view to its own internal organisation and cannot be easily translated to other institutions such as EU parliament or the council, both of which have a different set-up.Furthermore, the commission’s system is not without its flaws and has room for improvement, as Transparency International and other organisations regularly report.As the EU parliament's lead negotiators, we are particularly committed to getting the council on board and to adding significant value compared to the current framework.Three principles-A new register should encompass the following three principles.First, the widest possible scope of application for EU institutions and other bodies, including meaningful participation of the council.Next, a comprehensive and clear framework, without weakening the current system, for the regulation of interest representation activities.Finally, structures and resources that guarantee effective implementation.One of the main issues is that the new inter-institutional agreement provides a framework for coordination among the EU institutions, while at the same time fully respecting their different competences and prerogatives.-The mandate-The approach we have developed in our mandate would allow for:- The full respect of MEPs' independent mandate.- An inclusive transparency policy for all types of interest representative, as with the current register that features over 11200 registered interest groups from all over the world.- The possibility to maintain the wider definition of lobbying, covering both direct and indirect interest representation (as with the current system).- The full respect for each institutions’ needs, e.g. in the case of parliament as an open house but also with the need to know, for security reasons, who is coming in and why.- More flexibility in respect to the EU institutions’ roles and structures (parliament cannot simply duplicate rules that were designed for the commission).- Better quality information on the database – making the register more reliable as a source of information for the institutions themselves and for the general public.The quality of the new system will depend on how far the council can be convinced to match the parliament’s and commission’s commitment to transparency.We would therefore advise to look at the whole picture and analyse the situation comprehensively, especially with a view to scrutinising the council’s approach.It takes time to change long-standing practices, but we are fully committed to forge ahead, knowing that a pragmatic and constructive approach will yield the best results.Transparency certainly is one important aspect of ensuring citizens’ trust in the EU institutions. But it is not the only one. Keeping true to the facts is another.Sylvie Guillaume is a vice-president of the European Parliament, and Danuta Huebner is the chair of the constitutional affairs committee-Correction: The article's footnote originally said that Danuta Huebner is the chair of the foreign affairs committee, when in fact, she is the chair of the constitutional affairs committee

EU Commission could get say on Russia gas pipeline By Andrew Rettman-euobserver

BRUSSELS, 27. Jun, 09:29-EU states have given initial backing for the European Commission to negotiate the legal model of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline with Russia.Pablo Micallef, a spokesman for the Maltese EU presidency, told EUobserver that “some 13” member states spoke out on the plan when EU energy ministers met for informal talks in Brussels on Monday.The incoming Estonian EU presidency is now expected to convene a working group to take things forward.The Danish energy minister, Lars Christian Lilleholt, who was among the 13 EU backers, said: “I’m very satisfied. It was the best thing that could have come out of the meeting”.The mandate will have to be formally approved later down the line in a “reinforced qualified majority” vote by member states, a higher than usual threshold of 72 percent of EU countries representing 65 percent of its population.Maros Sefcovic, the EU energy commissioner who drafted the proposal, told the Reuters news agency: “I’m definitely optimistic about getting the [formal] mandate, but I know this is just the beginning of the debate."Nord Stream 2 is to concentrate 70 percent of Russian gas supplies to Europe in one route to Germany under the Baltic Sea.But its critics, which include the Nordic states, the Baltic countries, Poland, and the US, say it would harm EU energy security and undermine Ukraine, a Western ally, by making Ukraine’s transit pipes obsolete.-EU laws-Anna-Kaisa Itkonen, the Commission’s energy spokeswoman, told EUobserver on Tuesday that the Commission wanted to talk to Russia on whether the offshore part of Nord Stream 2 should be covered by the EU’s so-called third energy package.That EU law would oblige Russian state firm Gazprom to open up its Nord Stream 2 monopoly to EU competitors - a demand which led Russia to stop a previous project, the South Stream pipeline under the Black Sea to Bulgaria.But Itkonen said the talks would “not [be] about a [Commission] veto, it is not about the future of the pipeline, not about the Commission approving it or not”.She said the Commission-Russia talks would be designed to give “legal certainty” on Nord Stream 2 and that they would be “nothing spectacular or extraordinary” because EU officials had held similar discussions with “third countries” on other projects.The Nord Stream 2 regulatory framework is currently being negotiated between Germany and Russia.German, Austrian, French, and Anglo-Dutch firms - Uniper, Wintershall, OMV, Engie, and Shell - are to take part in the project, with Germany and Austria keen to press ahead.Neither the German nor the Austrian minister spoke out on Monday, EU sources told Reuters, but Germany and Austria recently attacked the US over its threat to impose sanctions on Nord Stream 2 investors.“We decide who supplies us with energy and how they do it”, the German and Austrian foreign ministers said in a joint statement on 15 June.-Ukraine unhappy-Pavlo Klimkin, the Ukrainian foreign minister, told Reuters in Paris on Monday that Nord Stream 2 "would have disastrous consequences for the energy security of the European Union and would make the EU dependent on one source.""Maybe some companies will benefit for the time being, but in the long-run it will lead nowhere”, he said.He added that there was no progress on Russia ending hostilities in east Ukraine."How can you trust Russia in setting up a unique source of gas supply?”, he said, referring to broader EU and US concerns over Russia’s aggressive behaviour toward neighbouring states.

Focus-Nordics consider alternative to EU emissions trading system By Lisbeth Kirk-june 28,17-euobserver

Copenhagen, Today, 07:44-If the European emissions trading system is not reformed to work efficiently, a Nordic carbon price floor could be introduced to secure future green investments in the region, according to a new strategic review of energy co-operation by the Nordic Council.The plan, which has been in preparation for over a year, is penned by Finnish businessman Jorma Ollila, who had formerly chaired Royal Dutch Shell for almost ten years and was the chairman and CEO of Nokia.It comes at a crucial time, just as the final talks on reforming the EU's carbon trading scheme are due to take place in Brussels.On Tuesday (27 June), representatives of the EU member states, the European Parliament and the European Commission met for one of the final meetings on how the EU’s flagship climate instrument – the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) – should look in the 2021-2030 period.But before the real talks have even started, hopes of reforming the EU system to work efficiently are fading.”I think everyone realises that this is not enough. The [EU] proposal will not deliver a carbon price that we need to decarbonise the industry sectors,” said Femke de Jong, EU policy director for Carbon Market Watch.Her organisation brings together more than 800 NGOs and academics from 70 different countries, working to make the carbon market “an effective climate mitigation tool.””I think it is only logical to have a debate on how we can complement the system. A carbon floor price – at least at the regional level – seems a realistic option,” de Jong said.-Nordic energy union-Norway and Sweden are strong on hydropower, Norway produces oil and gas, Denmark has wind, while Finland and Sweden have built nuclear plants and are pushing for more bio-fuels as a future energy resource.Some 20 years ago, these countries decided to connect their national electricity grids with water reservoirs, allowing hydropower to serve as a kind of Nordic battery to compensate for periods without wind, for example.”There were significant benefits, welfare benefits, lower electricity prices and easier management of the generation of electricity in tough times or during high peak demand in winter times,” Ollila pointed out.This Nordic solution, Ollila said, has been "managed historically very well". He added that since the EU is looking into different prospects for the energy union, there is an opportunity to learn from "what has been done in Nordic countries over the past 20 years."In addition to Nordic carbon trade, Ollila also suggested a Nordic export strategy for green energy solutions, alignment of research and using the whole Nordic area as a testbed.Nuuk in Greenland has been suggested to become a testbed for the full deployment of electric vehicles, and Reykjavik in Iceland may become a testing ground for infrastructure and systems that can support electrification of visiting cruise and fishing ships.The Faroe Islands may become the place for the development of battery technology and energy storage.-Green transition and growth-Put together, the Nordic region today is one of the 12 largest economies in the world and it is already living proof that the green transition is not incompatible with economic growth.However, the Nordics must become even greener to complete their transition into renewable energy, the Nordic Council report said."The energy transition is already underway – but if the Nordic countries do not participate to the fullest, the jobs will be created elsewhere," warned Jorma Ollila."The renewables will take off faster than what was thought only five years ago. So, the role of the renewables will grow quite significantly," he added."The focus should be on securing the most efficient green transition. If the ETS does not provide this, it may be relevant and timely to discuss a joint Nordic approach to support the schemes for renewable energy," Ollila's report concluded.”Another approach could be to discuss the introduction of a Nordic carbon price, based on the United Kingdom’s carbon price floor, in order to secure stronger incentives for the green transition,” it said.-UK leads the way-The prospect of a regionalised European carbon trading system in the future is not limited to the Nordic area. For instance, the UK already introduced a carbon price floor in 2013.”So far, the only country in Europe that has a carbon floor price is the UK. There it was very effective. They introduced a carbon floor price in 2013 and it has resulted in UK coal emissions falling by almost 60% last year," Femke de Jong said, adding: "So it is really significant."She goes on to say that: "It can be a very effective instrument to – at least in the intermediate time – to make sure that the carbon price reflects the damage cost of the pollution to the society.”Under the UK carbon floor price system, carbon emission prices rise automatically – currently at 18 pounds sterling (€20) from 2016 to 2020.Currently the carbon price in Europe stands at €5, but it should rise to €40 to meet the objectives of the Paris climate agreement and rise further to €100 in 2030.-Regional carbon trade-”Ideally, this should be solved at the EU level, but if this is not possible in the short-term, it makes sense to go for a regional solution,” de Jong said.”France has been pushing for it very much in the past and we think that now, with Macron [as president of France], he will also push for that," she added."Let's see," she said, "maybe after the German elections, there can also be a regional carbon price in Western Europe – with Germany, maybe Belgium, the Netherlands and France."Linking the Nordic carbon trade to the British system might be made complicated by the Brexit process, however.”I think it might be tricky for the Nordic countries to join the UK system,” said de Jong.”It is still an open question if the UK will withdraw from the ETS or not. Maybe it is also an idea to team up more with other countries that are contemplating this,” she suggested.

Luxembourg not a tax haven, claims PM By Nikolaj Nielsen-june 28,17-euobserver

Luxembourg, Today, 08:42-Luxembourg continues to refute any notion that it is a tax haven, despite widespread evidence of dubious schemes that it cuts global tax bills for big firms."We were never a tax haven," Luxembourg's prime minister, Xavier Bettel, told EUobserver on Tuesday (27 June).Bettel's comments follow a grilling of Luxembourg's former prime minister and current European Commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker. Juncker in late May told the European Parliament that he was unable to explain why the Grand Duchy "didn't want to remove tax secrecy."But Bettel, who was fielding a wide range of questions from reporters at an event hosted by the European Investment Bank in Luxembourg, defended the country's tax policies by saying it was one of the first places to push transparency and the exchange of tax rulings with other member states."It is important for me that we have common rules and Luxembourg was one of the first one for transparency," he said.Luxembourg was rocked by scandal following media revelations in late 2014 that exposed how nearly 340 companies secured secret deals that shaved billions of euros from taxes, which were due to be paid elsewhere.The revelations ushered in a raft of new EU and national legislation to increase tax transparency and weed out abuse.The scandal also triggered a probe by the European Parliament, which slammed Luxembourg for allowing corporations to dodge "tax that could have been used to build schools, hospitals or pay down national debt."A report by the Brussels-based NGO, Eurodad, had also revealed last December that Luxembourg had in fact increased the number of so-called tax rulings in the wake of the 2014 media revelations by some 50 percent.The issue saw former PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) employee Antoine Deltour face prison time for leaking the secret rules to the media, posing larger questions on whistleblower protection laws.But Bettel maintained that his country was fully compliant with tax standards and had not committed a crime."There are over 20 countries in Europe doing [tax] rulings," he noted, echoing a similar refrain to his predecessor, Juncker.Luxembourg, under Juncker's decade-long leadership of the country, had also repeatedly blocked the rolling back of aggressive tax planning schemes throughout the EU, according to a cache of German cables leaked earlier this year.Bettel also opposes any pan-EU taxation system and refuses to impose any sort of tax on financial transactions.The financial transaction tax, also known as the FTT, aims to raise money for the public good by imposing a 0.1 percent tax on shares and bonds, and 0.01 percent on derivative products."I am fully against and I will block that," said Bettel. But he noted that other member states are free to move ahead on the file as part of a two-speed Europe.He also added that people in Luxembourg should not have to pay more tax only "because other countries were not responsible with public finances."

New cyberattack wallops Europe; spreads more slowly in US-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-June 27, 2017

PARIS — A new and highly virulent outbreak of data-scrambling software — apparently sown in Ukraine — caused disruption across the world Tuesday. Following a similar attack in May , the fresh cyber-assault paralyzed some hospitals, government offices and major multinational corporations in a dramatic demonstration of how easily malicious programs can bring daily life to a halt.Ukraine and Russia appeared hardest hit by the new strain of ransomware — malicious software that locks up computer files with all-but-unbreakable encryption and then demands a ransom for its release. In the United States, the malware affected companies such as the drugmaker Merck and Mondelez International, the owner of food brands such as Oreo and Nabisco.Its pace appeared to slow as the day wore on, in part because the malware appeared to require direct contact between computer networks, a factor that may have limited its spread in regions with fewer connections to Ukraine.The malware's origins remain unclear. Researchers picking the program apart found evidence its creators had borrowed from leaked National Security Agency code, raising the possibility that the digital havoc had spread using U.S. taxpayer-funded tools."The virus is spreading all over Europe and I'm afraid it can harm the whole world," said Victor Zhora, the chief executive of Infosafe IT in Kyiv , where reports of the malicious software first emerged early afternoon local time Tuesday.In Ukraine, victims included top-level government offices, where officials posted photos of darkened computer screens, as well as energy companies, banks, cash machines, gas stations, and supermarkets. Ukrainian Railways and the communications company Ukrtelecom were among major enterprises hit, Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan said in a Facebook post .The virus hit the radiation-monitoring at Ukraine's shuttered Chornobyl power plant, site of the world's worst nuclear accident, forcing it into manual operation.Multinational companies, including the global law firm DLA Piper and Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk were also affected, although the firms didn't specify the extent of the damage.Ukraine bore the brunt with more than 60 per cent of the attacks, followed by Russia with more than 30 per cent , according to initial findings by researchers at the cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab. It listed Poland, Italy and Germany, in that order, as the next-worst affected.In the U.S, two hospitals in western Pennsylvania were hit; patients reported on social media that some surgeries had to be rescheduled. A spokeswoman for Heritage Valley Health System would say only that operational changes had to be made. A Wellsville, Ohio, woman at one of its hospitals to have her gallbladder removed said she noticed computer monitors off and nurses scurrying around with stacks of paperwork.Security experts said Tuesday's global cyberattack shares something in common with last month's outbreak of ransomware, dubbed WannaCry . Both spread using digital lock picks originally created by the NSA and later published to the web by a still-mysterious group known as the Shadowbrokers.Security vendors including Bitdefender and Kaspersky said the NSA exploit, known as EternalBlue, lets malware spread rapidly across internal networks at companies and other large organizations. Microsoft issued a security fix in March, but Chris Wysopal, chief technology officer at the security firm Veracode, said it would only be effective if every single computer on a network were patched — otherwise, a single infected machine could infect all others."Once activated, the virus can automatically and freely distribute itself on your network," Ukraine's cyberpolice tweeted.Bogdan Botezatu, an analyst with Bitdefender, compared such self-spreading software to a contagious disease. "It's like somebody sneezing into a train full of people," he said.Ryan Kalember, a security expert at Proofpoint, said one reason the attacks appeared to be slowing down was that the ransomware appears to spread only when a direct contact exists between two networks — such as when a global company's Ukraine office interacts with headquarters.But once it hits a computer on a network, it spreads quickly, even among computers that have applied the fix for the NSA exploit."It's more harmful to the organization that it affects, but because it's not randomly spreading over the internet like WannaCry, it's somewhat contained to the organizations that were connected to each other," Kalember said.Botezatu said the new program appeared nearly identical to GoldenEye, a variant of a known family of hostage-taking programs known as "Petya." It demanded $300 in Bitcoin.Unlike typical ransomware, which merely scrambles personal data files, the program wreaking havoc Tuesday overwrites a computer's master boot record, making it tougher to restore even a machine that has been backed up, said Kalember.It may have first spread through a rogue update to a piece of Ukrainian accounting software called MEDoc, according to tweets by the country's cyberpolice unit. It said a rogue update seeded the infection across Ukraine. In a lengthy statement posted to Facebook, MEDoc acknowledged having been hacked.The motives of those behind the malware remain unknown. Ukraine has been a persistent target of pro-Russian hackers, who are blamed for twice shutting down large swaths of its power grid in the dead of winter and sabotaging its elections system in a bid to disrupt May 2014 national elections.Emails sent Tuesday to an address posted to the bottom of ransom demands went unreturned. That might be because the email provider hosting that address, Berlin-based Posteo, pulled the plug on the account before the infection became widely known.In an email, a Posteo representative said it had blocked the email address "immediately" after learning that it was associated with ransomware. The company added that it was in contact with German authorities "to make sure that we react properly."___Bajak reported from Houston. Associated Press writers Anick Jesdanun in New York, Vladimir Isachenkov in Moscow, Larry Rosenthal in Beaver, Pennsylvania and Jan M. Olsen in Copenhagen, Denmark, contributed to this report.Raphael Satter And Frank Bajak, The Associated Press.

Trudeau appoints his first climate change ambassador with revamped mandate-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-June 27, 2017

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tapped a long-time Canadian diplomat to step into a revamped role of Canada's ambassador for climate change.Canada hasn't had such an ambassador since January 2015.Jennifer MacIntyre fills the role as of Tuesday, with a mandate to push Canada's international relationships on the climate change file, including promoting Canadian clean technology businesses abroad.She is the fifth person to hold the title of ambassador for climate change — but the first where the role is not the equivalent of Canada's chief negotiator for climate change treaties.As such she will not be on hand next week when Trudeau sits down with other G20 leaders in Germany where the Paris climate change agreement will be front and centre.Instead her role is to find ways for Canada to take advantage of any international opportunities for trade and investment that climate change policies bring.MacIntyre spent most of the last four years as the ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein.The Canadian Press.

NATO chief: US allies to spend $12 billion more this year-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-June 28, 2017

BRUSSELS — NATO's chief says U.S. allies are projected to spend around $12 billion more on defence this year, after President Donald Trump berated them for failing to boost military budgets.NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday that "we have really shifted gears. The (spending) trend is up and we intend to keep it up."Unveiling new figures, Stoltenberg said European allies and Canada have increased spending by almost $46 billion over the last three years.He said 25 of NATO's 29 allies aim to raise defence spending in 2017.Only the United States, Britain, Estonia, debt-burden Greece and Poland met NATO's spending targets last year. Romania says it will meet the 2 per cent of GDP guideline this year, while Latvia and Lithuania plan to in 2018.The Associated Press.


LUKE 21:25-26
25 And there shall be signs in the sun,(HEATING UP-SOLAR ECLIPSES) and in the moon,(MAN ON MOON-LUNAR ECLIPSES) and in the stars;(ASTEROIDS ETC) and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity;(MASS CONFUSION) the sea and the waves roaring;(FIERCE WINDS)
26 Men’s hearts failing them for fear,(TORNADOES,HURRICANES,STORMS) and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth:(DESTRUCTION) for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.(FROM QUAKES,NUKES ETC)

Wind fans the flames of Utah fire that has burned 13 homes-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-June 28, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY — Firefighters are bracing for more high winds Wednesday as they try to slow a southern Utah wildfire that has burned 13 homes and forced the evacuation of 1,500 people.Firefighters are hoping to be able to put out hot spots on the southern end of the fire to allow residents to return to the ski town of Brian Head. Homes there have been evacuated since June 17 when authorities say it was started by someone using a torch tool to burn weeds on private land.The fire is the largest in the nation at 78 square miles (201 square kilometres ).The blaze is one of several in the West. Crews in California were making gains against two new fires that spread quickly, and firefighters in Idaho battled five lightning-sparked wildfires burning in grass and brush.

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EUROPEAN UNION-KING OF WEST-DAN 9:26-27,DAN 7:23-24,DAN 11:40,REV 13:1-10



GENESIS 6:11-13
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

GENESIS 16:11-12
11 And the angel of the LORD said unto her,(HAGAR) Behold, thou art with child, and shalt bear a son, and shalt call his name Ishmael;(FATHER OF THE ARAB/MUSLIMS) because the LORD hath heard thy affliction.
12 And he (ISHMAEL-FATHER OF THE ARAB-MUSLIMS) will be a wild (DONKEY-JACKASS) man;(ISLAM IS A FAKE AND DANGEROUS SEX FOR MURDER CULT) his hand will be against every man,(ISLAM HATES EVERYONE) and every man's hand against him;(PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM BEING BEHEADED) and he (ISHMAEL ARAB/MUSLIM) shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.(LITERAL-THE ARABS LIVE WITH THEIR BRETHERN JEWS)

ISAIAH 14:12-14
12  How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer,(SATAN) son of the morning!(HEBREW-CRECENT MOON-ISLAM) how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
13  For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
14  I (SATAN HAS EYE TROUBLES) will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.(AND 1/3RD OF THE ANGELS OF HEAVEN FELL WITH SATAN AND BECAME DEMONS)

JOHN 16:2
2 They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time cometh, that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service.(ISLAM MURDERS IN THE NAME OF MOON GOD ALLAH OF ISLAM)

Trudeau touts open Canadian immigration system in face of Trump travel ban-[CBC]-YAHOONEWS-June 27, 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will continue to promote Canada's open immigration policy on the world stage as controversy rages over U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban.Trudeau said Tuesday during a news conference in Ottawa to wrap up the parliamentary sitting that government officials have had "multiple conversations" with the U.S. administration about protecting Canadian rights in the face of immigration decisions south of the border."But at the same time, Canadians have been very clear that we see immigration as a net positive, that we know we don't have to compromise security to build stronger, more resilient communities," he said. "I will continue to stand for Canadian values and Canadian success in our immigration system as I always have, whether it's in Washington or in Hamburg next week or elsewhere around the world."On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed a limited version of Trump's ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries to take effect.The justices will hear full arguments in October, but in the meantime, the court said Trump's ban on visitors from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen could be enforced if those visitors lack a "credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States."-Trudeau defends sniper role-In the wide-ranging news conference in the National Press Theatre, Trudeau was asked about topics ranging from trade concerns with the U.S. to recent news that a Canadian special forces member had shot and killed an ISIS fighter at a record distance for a sniper.Trudeau called the sniper actions "entirely consistent" with the role of troops in northern Iraq. The "advise and assist" mission has always had an element of defending Canadian forces as well as our coalition partners, he said."That is something that is integral to this mission, and that is something that has always been followed," he said.NDP Leader Tom Mulcair has said the incident suggests Canadian forces are actually involved in direct combat in Iraq, and has called on Trudeau to provide the public with more details on the role of the mission.Trudeau said the incident should be "celebrated" for demonstrating the excellence in training and performance of duties by the Canadian Forces.National Defence said the sniper, part of the Joint Task Force 2 special forces unit, was supporting Iraqi forces when he shot an enemy fighter from 3,540 metres away.That is more than a kilometre farther than the previous record, held by a British sniper who shot a Taliban fighter in Afghanistan in 2009.Trudeau also said he broke his key electoral promise to reform Canada's electoral system because there was no compromise from other parties, and he didn't want to use his Liberal majority to ram through fundamental change."There was no path to do that."-'No path' on electoral reform-Trudeau said Liberals preferred a ranked ballot system, while the NDP wanted a proportional voting system that would have led to "fragmented" parties.Conservatives wanted to keep the status quo, he said."It was a very difficult decision for me," Trudeau said in describing his decision to break the promise.Asked about when the government will eliminate the deficit, Trudeau said his government is targeting billions in new spending on infrastructure and other services Canadians need and will not put a timeframe on when it will "arbitrarily" balance the books.Trudeau also touted what he sees as the government's key accomplishments so far, namely helping improve the quality of life for the middle class and taking steps to tackle the opioid crisis before taking questions.The prime minister also reacted to a new round of anti-dumping tariffs imposed on Canada's softwood lumber industry by the U.S. Department of Commerce. He said he is focused on being "constructive" and working toward a deal that will help protect thousands of jobs in Canada.Earlier Tuesday, the prime minister issued a statement to mark Multiculturalism Day.'Differences make us strong'"Canadians come from every corner of the world, speak two official languages and hundreds more, practise many faiths, and represent many cultures," he said. "Multiculturalism is at the heart of Canada's heritage and identity, and as Canadians, we recognize that our differences make us strong."Canada's tradition of multiculturalism has meant fresh perspectives and new answers to old problems, Trudeau said.Noting that Canada is celebrating both the 150th anniversary of Confederation and the 35th anniversary of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Trudeau said the milestones are a reminder of the values that unite Canadians: Openness, inclusion and deep respect for our differences."Whoever we are, wherever we come from, these values bring us together as equal members of this great country," he said.

U.S.-led coalition envoy visits Syria to discuss Raqqa aftermath-YAHOONEWS-[Reuters]-June 28, 2017

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Brett McGurk, the U.S. special envoy to the coalition against Islamic State visited north Syria on Wednesday and met the council planning to run Raqqa after its capture from the jihadists to assure it of support, one of its members said.The U.S.-led coalition is supporting the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an alliance of Kurdish and Arab militias that began fighting inside Raqqa three weeks ago.The SDF announced the creation of the Raqqa Civil Council in April to replace militant rule in a city that has for three years been Islamic State's de facto capital in Syria.McGurk has met the council in Ain Issa in north Syria twice before in meetings that were not publicized, a member of the Raqqa Civil Council, Omar Alloush, said.Colonel Ryan Dillon, spokesman for the coalition, said coalition members are routinely in northern Syria working with the SDF and other local entities including the council. He could not confirm McGurk's visit on Wednesday and referred queries to the special envoy's office.Alloush said McGurk and other coalition officials, including its deputy commander Major General Rupert Jones, promised infrastructure help but did not discuss how much money was available."They did not specify any sum, but they decided we will support first removing mines, lifting rubble, maintenance of schools, then electricity stations and water," Alloush said.This month, volunteers at the council told Reuters they had informed the coalition it would take about $10 million a year to restore power and water supplies, roads and schools.(Reporting by Tom Perry; Writing by Angus McDowall; Editing by Louise Ireland)

Cluster bombs kill at least 15 in eastern Syria-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-June 28, 2017

BEIRUT — A cluster bomb attack on an Islamic State-held village in eastern Syria killed at least 15 people on Wednesday, activists said, the latest in a series of devastating airstrikes along the Euphrates River ValleyTwo Syrian monitoring groups, Deir Ezzor 24 and Justice For Life, said the weapons were dropped on the village of Doblan by an unidentified jet. Russian, Syrian, and U.S.-led coalition aircraft are all known to operate in the area.Cluster bombs are designed to spread small bomblets across a wide area, but many fail to explode, endangering civilians long after the fighting has ended.Omar Abou Layla, the head of Deir Ezzor 24, said 15 bodies, including of women and children, were recovered in the village. He said residents expect to find many more killed.Ali Rahbe, of Justice For Life, said local informants counted at least 35 dead in the village, which is between the IS strongholds of al-Mayadeen and Boukamal.The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights put the initial toll at 30 dead.At least 57 people were killed in an airstrike on an IS-run jail in the Euphrates River Valley on Monday. Activists said that airstrike was carried out by the U.S.-led coalition. The coalition said it was looking into the reports.Turkey's military meanwhile said it returned fire after an attack by Syrian Kurdish forces.A statement Wednesday said the People's Protection Units, or YPG, fired on Turkish territory overnight with anti-aircraft weapons from Syria's Afrin region. Turkish artillery units returned fire, destroying the "detected targets."The YPG is the main component of the Syrian Democratic Forces, a U.S.-backed militia that is battling the Islamic State group in the extremists' de facto capital, Raqqa. Turkey views the YPG as an extension of the Kurdish insurgency raging in its southeast.Turkey was angered by a U.S. decision last month to arm the Syrian Kurds, fearing the weapons will end up in the hands of Kurdish rebels in Turkey.The Associated Press.

Philippines says beheaded civilians found in rebel-held town-[Reuters]-By Kanupriya Kapoor-YAHOONEWS-June 28, 2017

MARAWI CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - Five decapitated civilians were found in a Philippine city occupied by Islamist rebels on Wednesday, the military said, warning the number of residents killed by rebel "atrocities" could rise sharply as troops retake more ground.The discovery of the five victims among 17 bodies retrieved would be the first evidence that civilians trapped in besieged Marawi City have been decapitated during the five-week stand by militants loyal to the Islamic State group, as some who escaped the city have previously reported.Some 71 security forces and 299 militants have been killed and 246,000 people displaced in the conflict, which erupted after a failed attempt on May 23 to arrest a Filipino militant commander backed by Islamic State's leadership.President Rodrigo Duterte promised to destroy the militants in Marawi and said the Philippines was now dealing with "a very dangerous situation" due to young Muslims inspired by the "mass insanity" of Islamic State."All they do is just to kill and destroy, and killing in a most brutal way," he said at an event where he received hundreds of sniper and assault rifles donated by China to help the military campaign in Marawi."They enjoy decapitating people in front of cameras. They have to be dealt with, with the same ferocity but not the brutality," he said.The information about the beheadings came via a text message to reporters from Lieutenant Colonel Emmanuel Garcia of the Western Mindanao Command. Garcia did not respond to repeated requests for details.A civilian rescue worker, Abdul Azis Lomondot, told Reuters body parts were found, but with "no proof of beheading".Military spokesman Jo-Ar Herrera said bodies were found separately in two groups, of 12 and five, but he was unable to confirm if the five were beheaded.The battle entered its 36th day on Wednesday, with intense gunfights and bombing in the heart of the town and black-clad fighters seen from afar running between buildings as explosions rang out.The rebels' hold on Marawi, while incurring the full force of a military for years trained by its U.S. counterparts, has much of the region on edge, concerned that Islamic State's influence may run deeper than thought.Those fears are also being felt in Malaysia and Indonesia, whose nationals are among the Maute group of rebels fighting in Marawi, suggesting the group may have built a cross-border network that has gone largely undetected.-RISING TOLL-Military spokesman Restituto Padilla earlier said it was likely that many civilians had been killed and the death toll - at 27 before the latest 17 were announced - was only what the authorities could confirm independently and escapees had reported many in the area of fighting."(It) may increase significantly," Padilla told reporters. "There have been a significant number that have been seen."Padilla said the cause of all of those deaths would be "atrocities committed by the terrorists".Among those atrocities, the army says, have been residents being forced to loot homes, take up arms or become sex slaves.Videos have appeared this month on the website of Islamic State's Amaq news agency and its social media channels of hostages in Marawi pleading for their lives, saying they would be beheaded if air strikes were not stopped. Clips have also appeared of kneeling captives, shot in the head from behind.Reuters was unable to confirm the authenticity of the footage.The military has so far been reluctant to discuss the possibility that the real impact of the fighting on civilians could be far more severe than has been reported.It has played down the impact of daily air strikes and mortar assaults aimed at rebel sniper positions, which have reduced areas of the lakeside town to rubble and alarmed people stuck there, some of whom have said the shelling was a bigger threat than the militants.Military spokesman Padilla said troops needed more time to finish what was a tricky mission, complicated by trapped civilians, hostages and booby traps.(For a graphic on battle for Marawi, click reporting by Neil Jerome Morales in MANILA; Writing by Martin Petty)


12 And the sixth angel poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates;(WERE WW3 STARTS IN IRAQ OR SYRIA OR TURKEY) and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the east might be prepared.(THE TURKEY ATATURK DAM ON THE EUPHRATES CAN BE SHUT AND DRIED UP ALREADY BY TURKEY)
13 And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon,(SATAN) and out of the mouth of the beast,(WORLD DICTATOR) and out of the mouth of the false prophet.(FALSE POPE)
14 For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.(WERE 2 BILLION DIE FROM NUKE WAR)
15 Behold, I come as a thief. Blessed is he that watcheth, and keepeth his garments, lest he walk naked, and they see his shame.
16 And he gathered them together into a place called in the Hebrew tongue Armageddon.(ITS AT THIS TIME I BELIEVE WHEN AMERICA GETS NUKED BY RUSSIA ON THE WAY TO THE MIDEAST)

44 But tidings out of the east(CHINA) and out of the north(RUSSIA, MUSLIMS WHATS LEFT FROM WAVE 1) shall trouble him:(EU DICTATOR IN ISRAEL) therefore he shall go forth with great fury to destroy, and utterly to make away many.( 1/3RD OF EARTHS POPULATION)

12 One woe is past; and, behold, there come two woes more hereafter.
13 And the sixth angel sounded, and I heard a voice from the four horns of the golden altar which is before God,
14 Saying to the sixth angel which had the trumpet, Loose the four(DEMONIC WAR) angels which are bound in the great river Euphrates.(WORLDWIDE WAR)(TURKEY-IRAQ-SYRIA)(EUPHRATES RIVER CONSISTS OF 760 MILES IN TURKEY,440 MILES IN SYRIA AND 660 MILES IN IRAQ)
15 And the four(DEMONIC WAR) angels were loosed,(WORLDWIDE WAR) which were prepared for an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year, for to slay the third part of men.(1/3 Earths Population die in WW 3 2ND WAVE-2 billion)
16 And the number of the army of the horsemen were two hundred thousand thousand:(200 MILLION MAN ARMY FROM CHINA AND THE KINGS OF THE EAST) and I heard the number of them.
17 And thus I saw the horses in the vision, and them that sat on them, having breastplates of fire, and of jacinth, and brimstone: and the heads of the horses were as the heads of lions; and out of their mouths issued fire and smoke and brimstone.(NUCLEAR BOMBS)
18 By these three was the third part of men killed, by the fire, and by the smoke, and by the brimstone, which issued out of their mouths.(NUCLEAR BOMBS)

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Catherine Barnard looks at border controls in Belgium, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
          La MACCHINA di DIO: il mistero del raggio della Vita. Ettore Majorana e l'energia pulita (Video)   


In questa importantissima conferenza il giornalista RINO DI STEFANO ci introduce alla conoscenza di un argomento di eccezionale interesse e le cui implicazioni potrebbero determinare profondi cambiamenti negli assetti politico-economici, socio-culturali e scientifici della nostra società. Si tratta infatti di uno dei più affascinanti misteri dell'epoca moderna che ci viene illustrato anche attraverso filmati sconvolgenti e scottanti documenti. Il giornalista Rino di Stefano presenta infatti le evidenze straordinarie che confermano l'esistenza di una macchina in grado di produrre energia gratuita e illimitata, di un raggio capace di vaporizzare la materia, tutto all'interno di un intrigo internazionale. Questi sono gli ingredienti di un'incredibile storia vera che ci viene raccontata dal bravissimo giornalista che l'ha scoperta e documentata

Quell'energia pulita tanto auspicata dal presidente Obama dopo il disastro ambientale del Golfo del Messico forse esiste già da un pezzo, ma qualcuno la tiene nascosta per inconfessabili interessi economici. Ma non solo. Negli anni Settanta, infatti, un gruppo di scienziati italiani ne avrebbe scoperto il segreto, ma questa nuova e stupefacente tecnologia, che di fatto cambierebbe l'economia mondiale archiviando per sempre i rischi del petrolio e del nucleare, sarebbe stata volutamente occultata nella cassaforte di una misteriosa fondazione religiosa con sede nel Liechtenstein, dove si troverebbe tuttora. Sembra davvero la trama di un giallo internazionale l'incredibile storia che si nasconde dietro quella che, senza alcun dubbio, si potrebbe definire la scoperta epocale per eccellenza, e cioè la produzione di energia pulita senza alcuna emissione di radiazioni dannose. In altre parole, la realizzazione di un macchinario in grado di dissolvere la materia, intendendo con questa definizione qualunque tipo di sostanza fisica, producendo solo ed esclusivamente calore. 

Questo processo avverrebbe tramite l'emissione, da parte di questa straordinaria macchina, di un fascio concentrato di antimateria, che a suo tempo fu definito "raggio della morte" e che, di fatto, sarebbe all'origine dell'energia gratuita che ci tengono nascosta e di molte altre incredibili proprietà in grado di rivoluzionare molti aspetti delle nostre certezze scientifiche, ma anche spirituali. E sono proprio queste ulteriori proprietà, di natura realmente inimmaginabile, che ha portato a ribattezzare questo strabiliante strumento come "La Macchina di Dio". Il giornalista Rino Di Stefano, già ospite l'anno scorso del Centro Studi e Ricerche C.T.A. 102, da molti anni si sta occupando di questo affascinante argomento raccogliendo pazientemente e rigorosamente una quantità significativa di documenti e testimonianze dirette che ne attestano l'attendibilità. In procinto di pubblicare un volume in cui esporrà i risultati delle sue indagini su quello che indubbiamente è uno dei casi più misteriosi e controversi del panorama scientifico-politico degli ultimi cinquant'anni, Rino di Stefano ha già scritto diversi articoli su questo soggetto, due dei quali sull'edizione nazionale de Il Giornale, e ne ha anche parlato nell'ambito di alcune trasmissioni televisive in ambito Rai e Mediaset. All'origine della vicenda c'è un uomo, Rolando Pelizza, del quale la cronaca dei giornali ha dipinto un quadro a metà tra lo scienziato e l'avventuriero. Pelizza venne alla ribalta nel 1976 quando contattò il governo italiano dell'epoca, allora presieduto da Giulio Andreotti, per offrire una macchina che, a suo dire, annichilirebbe la materia, trasformandola in energia pura. Il governo affidò al professor Ezio Clementel, presidente del CNEN e docente di fisica presso l'Università di Bologna, il compito di verificare il funzionamento dello strumento. L'esperimento venne effettuato tra la fine di novembre e i primi di dicembre 1976, seguendo un protocollo di quattro prove, e fu positivo. Il professor Clementel presentò una relazione nella quale affermava che l'energia sprigionata andava ben oltre la tecnologia conosciuta. L'esperimento venne anche filmato e attualmente alcuni di questi video sono presenti anche in rete. A quel punto entrarono in ballo gli Stati Uniti, il governo italiano si tirò indietro e un oblio artificiale calò su Pelizza e la sua macchina.

Nel corso di questa conferenza, Di Stefano ci parla di alcuni degli argomenti più significativi della vicenda presentandoci fatti inediti e sconvolgenti. Il mistero, infatti, si infittisce ancora di più con il racconto di Pelizza che coinvolge la figura di Ettore Majorana, il celebre fisico scomparso nel nulla nel 1938 e di cui si è tornati stranamente a parlare proprio nei mesi scorsi. Si tratta perciò di un video di immenso interesse. 


          Tina Weirather hat mit Olympia noch eine Rechnung offen   
Planken – Wenn man die Karriere der liechtensteinischen Skirennläuferin Tina Weirather näher betrachtet, erkennt man, dass sie von vielen Verletzungen gekennzeichnet ist. Und dennoch: Eine Aufgabe gibt es für die 27-Jährige nicht. Im letzten Winter wurde sie mit der Silbermedaille im WM-Super-G von St. Moritz endlich belohnt. Doch der Reihe nach. Weirather hat beinahe so viele Kreuzbandrisse im Knie erlitten wie sie Finger an einer Hand hat. Bei den Olympischen Winterspielen im russischen Sotschi lagen die Medaillen in Reichweite, doch ein Sturz im letzten Training machte alles zunichte. Die Athletin, die ...
          Rosja ledwo zipie, ale nie odpuszcza - przedłużono sankcje wobec UE   
Wcześniej o decyzji Rosji w tej sprawie poinformował premier Dmitrij Miedwiediew. Obecnie obowiązujące restrykcje - embargo na zachodnie produkty żywnościowe - obowiązywały do końca bieżącego roku; dekret Putina przedłuża je o 12 miesięcy.

Państwa członkowskie Unii Europejskiej formalnie przedłużyły w środę o kolejne pół roku - do końca stycznia 2018 roku - sankcje gospodarcze nałożone na Rosję. Dotyczą sektora finansowego, energetycznego i obronnego oraz produktów podwójnego zastosowania. Obejmują ograniczenia w dostępie do kapitału dla rosyjskich banków państwowych i firm naftowych, ograniczenia sprzedaży zaawansowanych technologii dla przemysłu naftowego i sprzętu podwójnego zastosowania oraz embargo na broń.

Unia po raz pierwszy wprowadziła sankcje wobec Rosji 31 lipca 2014 roku na jeden rok, w odpowiedzi na działania Rosji destabilizujące sytuację na Ukrainie. We wrześniu 2014 roku sankcje te zaostrzono. 19 marca 2015 roku Rada Europejska postanowiła uzależnić ich zniesienie od pełnego wdrożenia porozumień mińskich, co miało nastąpić do 31 grudnia 2015 roku. Ponieważ tak się nie stało, Rada przedłuża sankcje co pół roku.

Moskwa ze swej strony w sierpniu 2014 roku wprowadziła po raz pierwszy zakaz importu owoców, warzyw, mięsa, drobiu, ryb, mleka i nabiału z USA, UE, Australii, Kanady i Norwegii. Później rozszerzyła listę krajów objętych embargiem o Albanię, Czarnogórę, Islandię i Liechtenstein. W czerwcu 2016 roku władze Rosji przedłużyły po raz kolejny okres obowiązywania embarga, tym razem do
końca 2017 roku.

Z Moskwy Anna Wróbel


          “Correction” of expiry dates for granted SPCs now finally possible in Italy...sometimes   
Feeling a bit sleepy this Friday?
Here is some SPC law to perk you up
For those IP lawyers who are craving a scoop of SPC news, you have Micaela Modiano (Modiano & Partners) to thank for bringing us news of a recent decision from the Board of Appeal of the Italian Patent and Trade Mark Office:
"The Italian PTO Board of Appeal has just rendered a milestone decision allowing, in practice, to “correct” the expiry date of a granted Italian SPC when the “correction” entails the shortening of the duration of the SPC. This decision is relevant for cases where at the time of SPC grant, the expiry date was calculated on the basis of an EMA or EU marketing authorization but where the first marketing authorization in the EEA was actually a Swiss marketing authorization also applicable in Liechtenstein. 
Prior to the Board of Appeal decision, the Italian PTO had regularly taken the position that it was not authorized to correct the expiry date of a granted SPC, explaining that neither the relevant SPC Regulations nor the Italian IP Code contain any provisions relating to the correction of granted SPCs or IP rights, respectively. 
Thus, the practice of the Italian PTO had been that of rejecting all requests for correction of the expiry date for granted SPCs, regardless of whether such correction would result in an SPC with a shorter duration (e.g. following the CJEU judgment in the C-207/03 and C-252/03 Novartis and others cases and the order in the C-617/12 AstraZenecacase) or longer duration (e.g. following the CJEU judgment in the C-471/14 Seattle Genetics case). 
Contrary to this, in its decision dated April 10, 2017 and published this week, the Board of Appeal has held that it is possible to request a limitation of the duration of a granted SPC [which will thus translate, in practice, into a correction of the SPC expiry date], by applying the Italian IP Code provisions relating to the limitation of granted patents by analogy. 
Specifically, the Board of Appeal held that SPCs are rights that are strictly connected to the basic patent in that they are aimed at extending its duration. As a result, when it comes to SPCs a limitation of the patent protection (which is per se allowed by the IP Code) can only be directed to its duration, which represents the subject-matter of the exclusive right conferred by the SPC. The Board of Appeal also considered that the Italian IP Code provision relating to limitations must be read in such a way so as not to hinder anything that might result in the elimination or reduction of the patent monopoly to the benefit of free competition. 
The Board of Appeal thus concluded that the renewed determination of the duration of an SPC to reduce such duration cannot be excluded on formal grounds such as the absence of a specific provision in the SPC Regulation on SPCs for medicinal products. 
In its decision, the Board of Appeal has also explicitly emphasized that the above finding will  align the duration of Italian SPCs with the principles established in the CJEU case law, specifically in the Novartis and others judgment and AstraZeneca order.

With this decision, it thus appears that Italy is now part of the EU countries that allow for the administrative “correction” of the expiry date of granted SPCs, even if only when such “correction” entails a reduction in the SPC duration."
Unfortunately a copy of the decision isn't yet available online, but the IPKat will update the post once it is made available.   



Jelenlegi ára: 1 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2017-07-19 20:31
          Mathematical Treasure: Ptolemy’s Almagest   

Images from Petri Liechtenstein's first complete Latin edition (1515) of Ptolemy's second century Almagest

           Ce suprataxe maxime in roaming are voie sa aplice RCSRDS, incepand din 30 iunie: Abonatii vor plati in final tarife mai mici decat pe care le plateau anterior - spune arbitrul telecom   
RCS&RDS a primit autorizarea sa aplice clientilor anumite suprataxe, in plus fata de tarifele nationale, pentru serviciile de roaming in Spatiul Economic European (SEE), adica in tarile din UE, plus Norvegia, Islanda si Liechtenstein, a anuntat vineri arbitrul telecom (ANCOM). Autoritatea spune ca a luat aceasta decizie pentru a-i permite companiei recuperarea costurilor de furnizare a serviciilor de roaming si mentinerea tarifelor pentru serviciile oferite in Romania, in conformitate cu reglementarile europene privind roaming-ul. Chiar daca operatorul va aplica suprataxele maxime, abonatii RCS&RDS ar urma sa plateasca in final tarife mai mici decat cele pe care le plateau anterior.
          Comment on まだまだ描くよ! by Cara J   
Very, very bad translation: Title: I will draw more still! (Liechtenstein, Belarus and Turkey sketches) I still have it! (Seychelles, South Korea and Hong Kong sketches) (Girl drawing) And this is a picture of about 16 years old. Kyoto-san from the land love* book "Great! Japan-Mainland Continent" which was released around this time. It was a mysterious book with the concept that the 47 prefectures nationwide were a country. (Ukraine sketches) Brutish child *I'm guessing this is like an appreciation of Japan book? I don't know.
          ikr: Auslosung von Aufenthaltsbewilligungen an EWR-Staatsangehörige   
Fürstentum Liechtenstein: Vaduz (ots) - Das Ausländer- und Passamt nimmt vom 1. August bis spätestens 31. August 2017 Bewerbungen für die Auslosung von Aufenthaltsbewilligungen an EWR-Staatsangehörige entgegen. Die Vorauslosung findet am 22. September 2017 und die ...
          Moscou prolonge l'embargo contre l'Occident   

Les autorités russes ont prolongé jusqu'à la fin de 2018 l'embargo frappant les produits alimentaires des pays ayant adopté des sanctions contre Moscou.

Le Président russe Vladimir Poutine a signé vendredi un décret prolongeant jusqu'au 31 décembre 2018 les restrictions économiques adoptées contre l'Union européenne, les Etats-Unis et d'autres pays en réaction aux sanctions de l'Occident.

«J'ordonne de prolonger les mesures économiques spéciales adoptées par décret présidentiel le 6 août 2014 pour une période allant du 1er janvier au 31 décembre 2018», lit-on dans le décret, dont le texte a été publié sur le site des informations juridiques officielles russes.

Le Conseil de l'UE a décidé mercredi de proroger jusqu'à fin janvier 2018 les sanctions imposées à Moscou en juillet 2014.

En vigueur depuis le 7 août 2014, l'embargo interdit l'importation en Russie des produits d'agriculture, des matières premières et des denrées alimentaires depuis les pays qui ont introduit des sanctions contre Moscou sur fond de crise ukrainienne. L'embargo russe a initialement visé les produits importés des États-Unis, d'Australie, de Norvège et du Canada. Le 13 août 2015, les autorités russes ont ajouté à cette liste noire l'Albanie, le Monténégro, l'Islande et le Liechtenstein, et enfin l'Ukraine le 1er janvier 2016.

Initialement adoptées pour une période d'un an, les restrictions ont été prolongées à plusieurs reprises — jusqu'au 5 août 2016, puis jusqu'à la fin de 2017. Cette fois, les sanctions ont été prorogées d'un an alors qu'il restait encore six mois jusqu'à leur expiration.


          Ertragsobjekt in zentraler Lage in Bregenz   
6900 Bregenz / 1727,03m², € 2.750.000,-
6900 Bregenz

Zur einen Seite der Bodensee, zur anderen der Pfänder - mitten im Vier-Länder-Eck von Österreich, Deutschland, Liechtenstein und der Schweiz - diese Lage ist einzigartig. Die international bekannten Bregenzer Festspiele

          Ce suprataxe maxime in roaming are voie sa aplice RCS&RDS ... - HotNews   

HotNews Ce suprataxe maxime in roaming are voie sa aplice RCS&RDS … HotNews RCS&RDS a primit autorizarea sa aplice clientilor anumite suprataxe, in plus fata de tarifele nationale, pentru serviciile de roaming in Spatiul Economic European (SEE), adica in tarile din UE, plus Norvegia, Islanda si Liechtenstein, a anuntat vineri … și altele »

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          251197-2017: Liechtenstein-Schaan: Travaux de construction   
Date de publication: 30/06/2017 | Date limite: 19-07-2017 | Document: Avis de marché
          Noile tarife Digi Mobil pentru roaming în UE/SEE valabile pentru toate abonamentele   
Începând cu 1 iulie 2017, clienții Digi Mobil care călătoresc în interiorul Spatiului Economic European (care include statele membre ale Uniunii Europene (UE) și Norvegia, Islanda și Liechtenstein - SEE), vor beneficia de tarife noi, mai mici, pentru minutele, datele și SMS-urile consumate în roaming.
          Lichtensteins Aktion gegen die Sowjets: «Die Briefmarken wurden unter polizeilicher Aufsicht vernichtet»   
Liechtenstein vernichtet 1980 aus Protest gegen die Sowjets Sonderbriefmarken zu Olympia in Moskau. Doch das geht schief: Händler verdienen nun Unsummen mit den raren Stücken.
          253724-2017: Liechtenstein-Mauren: Services d'architecture   
Date de publication: 01/07/2017 | Date limite: 08-08-2017 | Document: Avis de concours
          Grenzen in Frage stellen   
Wie können gedankliche und politische Grenzen der Mobilität überwunden werden? Fachleute und Interessierte aus Wirtschaft, Verwaltung und Politik kamen am 29. Juni 2017 zur Fachtagung Pendlermobilität nach Vaduz, Liechtenstein, um dieser Frage gemeinsam auf den Grund zu gehen.
          Európa pecsételt 21é - Jelenlegi ára: 53 Ft   
pecsételt bélyegek 21 érték 
a képen látható állapotban
Lengyelország 3é
Jersey 1é
Liechtenstein 1é
Málta 4é
Belgium 3é
SZU 5é
Románia 4é
Európa pecsételt 21é
Jelenlegi ára: 53 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2017-07-08 16:50
 6,66 Euro Rabatt per EMP Gutschein   

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          Cien curiosidades geográficas absolutamente prescindibles   

1.- El punto más bajo de Lesoto (1.400 metros) se encuentra a mayor altitud que el punto más alto de 55 países [1,2] 2.- A su vez, el punto más alto de las Islas Maldivas (2,4 metros) es más bajo que el punto más bajo de 39 países (todos los que carecen de costa, excepto Moldavia). 3.- Hablando de países sin litoral, únicamente hay dos estados doblemente sin litoral, es decir, que no sólo carecen de salida al mar sino que cualquiera de sus vecinos también carece de salida al mar. Son Liechtenstein y Uzbekistán. [1]

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          [News] Oldtimertreffen in Vaduz am 20. August 2017 - nur für die "Älteren"   
Publiziert am 30.06.2017
Eindrücke vom Oldtimertreffen Vaduz
Eindrücke vom Oldtimertreffen Vaduz

Bereits zum siebten Mal findet das Oldtimertreffen im Fürstentum Liechtenstein statt. Zugelassen sind Fahrzeuge bis Baujahr 1950, die im Hauptort des Fürstentums auch eine schöne Bühne erhalten …

          Super League (17:34) - Lausanne verpflichtet Zarate und Bojinov   
Lausanne-Sport verpflichtet zwei neue Stürmer. Es handelt sich dabei um den Argentinier Gonzalo Zarate und den Bulgaren Valeri Bojinov. Nach zahlreichen Abgängen konnten die Waadtländer endlich neue Spieler verpflichten. Der 32-jährige Zarate ist in der Schweiz ein alter Bekannter. In den letzten zehn Jahren spielte er bereits für GC, YB, Thun und zuletzt Vaduz. Für die Liechtensteiner lief er am letzten Donnerstag in der 1. Qualifikationsrunde zur Europa League noch auf und erzielte einen Treffer. Der 31-jährige Bojinov kommt aus der zweiten chinesischen Liga, wo er für den Tabellen-Zweitletzten Meizhou Keija in 13 Spielen 3 Tore erzielte. Der Bulgare galt in seiner Jugend als grosses Talent und spielte unter anderem bei Juventus Turin, Manchester City und Sporting Lissabon. Bei keinem der Vereine konnte sich Bojinov aber durchsetzen.
          USAID's junior covert action officers ride again   

Thanks to new reporting from the Associated Press, and thanks to cooperation from whoever is providing documents on U.S. government programs in Cuba, we now know of another failed adventure of USAID’s covert action that began in 2009: an attempt to steer Cuban hip-hop into creating “youth networks for social change” and that would constitute a political challenge to the Cuban government.

The operation was run by Xavier Utset, who worked for USAID contractor Creative Associates in an office in Costa Rica. The idea was to replicate a Serbian social movement from a decade before that involved youth, music, and anti-Milosevic politics. A Serbian music promoter was hired to work with Cuban rappers. Funding was done through a Panamanian shell company headed by a lawyer in Liechtenstein. The promoter, Rajko Bozic, got to work in Cuba, presenting himself to Cuban artists as someone who works in alternative media and marketing. In the course of the program, only one Cuban was told that the U.S. government was behind it.

Pity the USAID spokesman who has to issue statements like this, from yesterday: “Any assertions that our work is secret or covert are simply false.”

Covert action is defined in U.S. law as “activities of the United States Government to influence political, economic, or military conditions abroad, where it is intended that the role of the United States government will not be apparent or acknowledged publicly.” Which is precisely what USAID has been doing.

But to accept that it’s covert action involves more than semantics. It would imply USAID having to run programs competently, starting with assessments of feasibility that would fall apart as soon as its cast of amateurs were revealed. It would imply coordination, such as stopping Alan Gross from traveling to Cuba with satellite equipment in December 2009, just one month after the Serb Bozic was detained as he entered Cuba with “all of Best Buy on his back,” as a contractor described it to AP. And it would imply a leadership that takes responsibility for operatives who get in trouble rather than issuing drivel like this or this.

A few more points:

This program was conceived and funded during the Bush Administration and carried out at the beginning of President Obama’s first term. The Obama people seem not to have taken stock of USAID’s operations in Cuba. That non-decision now looms as a big decision with important foreign policy consequences and one man in jail.

This program collapsed in part because, like Alan Gross, its operatives traveled to Cuba with laptops that were the equivalent of their filing cabinets, giving Cuban intelligence access to their contracts, program documents, and U.S. government affiliation. This is what I mean by “amateur.” And as with the Alan Gross and ZunZuneo projects, the money was one hundred percent wasted.

Through this operation, USAID harmed civil society in Cuba. It gave Cuban security services reason to increase vigilance on hip-hop and other aspects of genuine civil society because they were being targeted by a foreign government’s political programs. The main target, the rappers Los Aldeanos, no longer live in Cuba. USAID compromised an independent Cuban music festival and tried to influence covertly the concert organized by the Colombian artist Juanes. The Cuban confidant now works at a Papa John’s in Miami.

It is profoundly disrespectful to Cuban citizens to enlist their participation in U.S. programs without disclosing the U.S. role or purpose, and it’s patronizing for USAID to claim it’s for their protection. In the case of the rappers Los Aldeanos, their training was intended “to focus them a little more on their role as agents of social mobilization,” the program manager said. This mentality views Cuban civil society as ours to shape, with the Cubans involved having no right to know our role.

If you wonder why the U.S. government would go to such lengths, the answer is that for all its talk about the effectiveness of Cuba’s dissidents, the assessment in private was different. Utset himself published in 2008 an analysis that credited the dissidents’ ability “to exert influence on the state of relations between the Cuban government and the international community” but doubted their ability “to build a broad-based movement and influence State-society relations.” The dissidents “have been largely unable to establish strong connections with the broader population and successfully appeal for its active engagement,” he wrote.

In other words, it was determined that the Cuban people needed a big push and lots of training from the United States to put themselves on the path to self-determination.

Coverage of other USAID adventures is hereand here.

           Que sont les Dix Commandements ?    
Un dessin animé qui met les enseignements de l'Eglise à la portée de tous, à suivre tous les samedis à 20H35 sur KTO. Animation proposée par le père J.M. Schwarz du diocèse de Vaduz (Principauté de Liechtenstein) et l'association KathMedia. Retrouvez tous les épisodes de cette série avec l'application 3MC (3 Minute Catechism) sur Apple ou Androïd.
          Маришка_0702: Что значат названия европейских государств   

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Почему Италия называется Италией, а Лихтенштейн — Лихтенштейном?

Давайте попытаемся  разобраться в том, как появились названия сорока пяти европейских стран и что они значат.

Русские названия европейских стран не всегда звучат так, как их произносят местные жители. Различия вызваны тем, что оригинальные названия приспосабливались к русской фонетике или заимствовались через другие языки. В некоторых случаях этимология туманна, тогда приводятся одна-две версии происхождения топонима.

Легендарное прошлое

Беларусь (Беларусь)

Название «Белая Русь» с XIII века относилось к территориям, часть которых входит теперь в Белоруссию. Возможно, словом «белые» обозначали русские земли, не зависевшие ни от татаро-монголов, ни от литовцев.

Босния и Герцеговина (Bosna i Hercegovina)

Босния — по названию реки Босны. Герцеговина — от слова «герцог» (такой титул носили правители этой области).

Ватикан (Vaticano)

Холм, на котором стоит Ватикан, с древних времен назывался Vaticanus (от латинского vaticinari — «предсказывать, пророчествовать»). Это место было отведено прорицателям.

Лихтенштейн (Liechtenstein)

В начале XVIII века земли приобрел австрийский князь Ганс-Адам Лихтенштейн. Образованное в 1719 году государство названо его именем.

Люксембург (Lëtzebuerg)

Названием государства стало наименование его столицы, построенной на месте древнеримской крепости Люцилинбург, что означает «малый город».

Македония (Македонија)

По одной из старых версий, название произошло от имени Македона, вождя местного племени. Сейчас более вероятным считается, что оно было связано с иллирийским словом maketia — «скот».

Молдова (Moldova)
От реки Молда. Согласно легенде, первый наместник Молдавского княжества назвал эту реку по кличке своей собаки, погибшей во время охоты. Однако ученые выводят слово из древнегерманского Mulde — «лощина».

Монако (Monaco)
От греческого «монойкос». Так называлась область, которая была местом почитания героя Геркулеса, здесь находились его святилища. Монойкос (греч. «одиноко живущий») — одно из прозвищ Геркулеса.

Румыния (România)
От латинского romani — «римские». Так называли местное население, смешавшееся с римлянами.

Сан-Марино (San Marino)
По имени бежавшего из Далмации христианина Марино, в 301 году основавшего здесь первое поселение. Сан-Марино — старейшее независимое государство в Европе.

Франция (France)
От названия государства, созданного в Европе племенем франков после V века.

Швейцария (Schweiz)
По кантону Швиц, который был ядром первого объединения здешних областей в 1291 году.

Характерная черта

Австрия (Österreich)
Во времена Карла Великого в Подунавье была образована Восточная марка (марка — «пограничная земля») — Marchia Austriaca. От Austriaca появилось русское Австрия. Österreich (от древневерхненемецкого Ostarrichi) — «восточная страна», поскольку Австрия находилась на востоке Франкской империи.

Андорра (Andorra)
От баскского andurrial — «пустошь».

Ирландия (Éire)
От древнеирландского eirinn, то есть «западная земля», поскольку Ирландия — на западе Европы.

Исландия (Ísland)
В переводе означает «ледяная земля» — так назвали остров пришедшие в IX веке норманны.

Испания (España)
От финикийского «И-шпаним» — «берег кроликов» (якобы их тут было множество). По более поздней версии, название происходит от баскского espana — «отрог», «выступ», что может быть связано с формой Пиренейского полуострова.

Кипр (Cyprus)
Название связывают с произрастающими здесь кипарисами.

Литва (Lietuva)
От древнего названия реки Летава, на берегах которой находилось наиболее сильное княжество этой области.

Мальта (Malta)
Здесь находилась финикийская колония Мелита, чье название восходит к финикийскому malat, «гавань», или к греческому melita, «убежище».

Нидерланды (Nederland)
В переводе «низинная земля». Большая часть территории — ниже уровня моря. Слово Голландия (Holland), видимо, имеет то же значение: от германского hoi, hal («понижение») и land («земля»).

Норвегия (Norge, Noreg)
В древнескандинавских языках слово Norðrvegr означало «путь на север». Этим путем вдоль восточного побережья современной Норвегии норманны выходили в северные моря.

Португалия (Portugal)
От города Порту, сегодня он второй по величине в стране, после Лиссабона. Прежде именовался Порту-Кале.

Украина (Україна)
В значении «окраина» употреблялось с конца XII века для части юго-западных земель Древней Руси. Позже границы его применения расширялись. Ряд украинских историков предполагают, что Украина происходит от слова «країна» («страна»), а приставка «у» означает «свой».

Черногория (Црна Гора)
Склоны здешнего Динарского нагорья выглядят темными из-за густых хвойных лесов.

Племенное родство

Албания (Shqipëria)
От племени албанов. Сами жители именуют себя шкипитарами, от албанского shkip — «говорить понятно».

Бельгия (België)
Белгами назывались жившие здесь древние кельтские и, возможно, германские племена.

Болгария (България)
Волжско-камские болгары, переселившиеся в VII веке на Балканы, первое время занимали господствующее положение в государстве.

Великобритания (Great Britain)
От кельтского племени бриттов, населявшего Британию с VIII века до н. э. Англия получила название от германского племени англов, которые вместе с саксами обосновались в Британии в V–VI веках н. э.

Венгрия (Magyarország)
Слово «венгры» — это заимствованное через польский «угры» (обобщающее название родственных по языку народов — манси, хантов и венгров). Сами венгры именуют себя мадьярами, а свою страну — «землей мадьяр».

Германия (Deutschland)
Заимствовано из латыни, где обозначало территорию, заселенную германскими племенами. Самоназвание Deutsch — от древневерхненемецкого duit-isc, то есть «относящийся к людям».

Греция (Ελλάδa)
По названию племени греков. А Элладой именовалась область в Фессалии (историческом регионе на побережье Эгейского моря).

Дания (Danmark)
Во времена империи Карла Великого на территории племени данов была образована область Danmark («данские пограничные земли»).

Италия (Italia)
В Древнем Риме италики — это племена Апеннинского полуострова, покоренные Римом до III века до н. э. Их территория называлась Италией.

Латвия (Latvija)
В XIX веке литовцы именовали Latwija территорию Курляндии (западная часть Латвии). Топоним связан с племенем латгалов.

Польша (Polska)
От народа поляков.

Название производится от «русь». Это было, по одной версии, шведское племя, около тысячи лет назад растворившееся среди восточных славян. По другой версии, русь имела славянские корни (но само название было заимствовано у тех же варягов). До XV века страна именует себя Русью, затем в русский язык проникает форма «Росия», заимствованная из византийских источников (поскольку в греческом языке слово «русь» превратилось в «рось»). С XVIII века — Россия.

Сербия (Србия)
По названию сербов.

Словакия (Slovensko)
По названию словаков.

Словения (Slovenija)
«Словене» — древняя форма слова «славяне». Сейчас жители именуются словенцами.

Финляндия (Suomi)
От шведского Finland — «земля финнов». Самоназвание Суоми, по одной из версий, переводится как «земля болот», по другой — как просто «земля».

Хорватия (Hrvatska)
По названию хорватов.

Чехия (Česko)
От названия чехов.

Швеция (Sverige)
От корня -sve- древнескандинавского этнонима svein. Так называлось одно из местных племен. Rige значит «государство».

Эстония (Eesti)
По древнему наименованию жителей — эстии. Возможно, происходит от балтийского слова, означавшего «живущие у воды».

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A partir del 29 de diciembre de 2014 entra en vigencia la nueva legislación respecto al traslado de animales dentro de la Unión Europea, y por lo tanto son muchas las preguntas al respecto. A partir de un documento difundido por la “Federation of Veterinarians of Europe” (FVE), damos a conocer aquí una serie de preguntas y respuestas para aclarar todas las dudas sobre este tema.

En esta guía también se aclaran algunas dudas respecto a los microchips para mascotas, la vacunación y el tratamiento de enfermedades antes de viajar.


1. ¿El 29 de diciembre de 2014 las mascotas necesitarán nuevos pasaportes?. ¿Debo cambiar el que ya tiene mi mascota?.

Si tu mascota tiene pasaporte desde antes del 29 de diciembre del 2014, no es necesario obtener uno nuevo. Su pasaporte viejo es válido.

Si a tu mascota le dan un pasaporte para animales después del 29 de diciembre de 2014, ya recibirá el nuevo pasaporte para animales.

2. ¿Qué animales necesitan pasaporte?.

El nuevo sistema de la Unión Europea es para perros, gatos y hurones. Para otros animales, se aplicará la legislación nacional vigente en cada país. Por lo tanto, para todos los demás animales de compañía que quieran viajar te puedes poner en contacto con las autoridades nacionales de tu país o del país al que quieres viajar. Si tu mascota es un híbrido (como gato bengala o perro lobo), también hay que contactar con las autoridades gubernamentales de cada país.

3. ¿Por qué se introduce este nuevo pasaporte para animales?.

El nuevo pasaporte para animales se introdujo con el fin de mejorar la seguridad y los controles.

4. ¿Cuáles son los principales cambios entre el antiguo y el nuevo pasaporte para animales?.

El nuevo pasaporte para animales deberá:

Incluir tiras laminadas para cubrir las páginas con información del microchip o cualquier otro tratamiento certificado con una pegatina.
El pasaporte tiene una página especial para registrar los detalles del veterinario que haya expedido el pasaporte.
Tendrá un formulario para las vacunas de la rabia. Esto permitirá a los dueños de las mascotas ver claramente cuando el pasaporte será valido para viajar y simplifican la comprobación en el proceso de cumplimiento.

5. ¿Qué debo hacer si he perdido mi pasaporte viejo de la mascota?.

Debes contactar con tu veterinario para obtener otro pasaporte expedido para el animal y tiene que ser revacunado.

6. Estoy viviendo en la Unión Europea. ¿Dónde puedo conseguir el pasaporte?.

Te debes poner en contacto con un veterinario de tu país de origen. Las autoridades nacionales de cada país de la Unión Europea son los responsables de distribuir el pasaporte a los veterinarios que hayan sido autorizados para tal fin.

7. ¿Cuánto tengo que pagar para conseguir un pasaporte de mascotas?.

No hay un precio fijo para emitir un pasaporte para animales. El precio del pasaporte para animales dependerá de varios factores como por ejemplo del país o del veterinario que lo expida.

8. ¿Con cuantos días de antelación antes de viajar debería de ponerme en contacto con mi veterinario?.

Es aconsejable ponerse en contacto con su veterinario con mucha antelación. Dependiendo del país al que tenga intención de viajar, de si la vacuna de la rabia de tu mascota es válida o no, si tu mascota necesita un análisis de sangre o no, puede que necesites semanas o meses para estar preparado pra el viaje. Si viajas dentro de la Unión Europea, se recomienda que por lo menos contactes con el veterinario 2 meses antes de viajar. Si viajas fuera de la UE es aconsejable que contactes con más tiempo de antelación.

9. ¿Qué pasa si quiero viajar con más de 5 animales domésticos?.

Si viaja con más de 5 animales de compañía, te tienes que ajustar a los requerimientos del régimen de “comercio” (tanto dentro como fuera de la UE). Debes de comunicarlo con el ministerio con el fin de obtener el certificado correspondiente. Una exención de este requisito se introduce  cuando viajas con animales de más de 6 meses para asistir a un espectáculo, competición o evento deportivo. El propietario debe proporcionar una prueba de ello.

10. ¿Cuáles son los principales requisitos para viajar con mi mascota dentro de la Unión Europea?.

Los principales requisitos para viajar con perros, gatos y hurones son:
Vacuna contra la rabia.
Período de espera después de vacunarse y antes de hacer el viaje (por lo menos 21 días).
Tratamiento contra Echinococcus Multilocularis: opcional para perros en algunos países.
11. ¿Cuáles son los principales requisitos para viajar con mi mascota a un país fuera de la Unión Europea?.

Debes preguntar sobre los requisitos en el país al que quieres viajar y en tu propio país. Además de microchip y vacuna válida contra la rabia, es posible que tu mascota tenga que ser examinada antes de salir de la UE, con una muestra de sangre sacada por lo menos 30 días después de la vacunación y analizar los resultados en un laboratorio. Se aconseja que se comience a preparar este proceso con bastante tiempo de antelación ya que el procedimiento puede tardar varios meses en realizarse.

12. Soy un ciudadano extracomunitario pero viviré en la Unión Europea con mi mascota durante varios años. ¿Puedo obtener un pasaporte para mi animal y poder viajar durante la UE durante ese tiempo?.

Sí. Debes contactar con un veterinario en cualquiera de los Estados miembros de la Unión Europea, ponerle las vacunas necesarias y obtener un pasaporte para tu mascota.

13. Estoy viajando desde un estado miembro de la Unión Europea a un país de fuera de la Unión Europea. ¿Puedo utilizar el pasaporte?.

No, en principio no, el pasaporte sólo se utiliza para las mascotas que viajan por los estados miembros de la Unión Europea. Sin embargo, también se puede utilizar el pasaporte si viajas a uno de los países vecinos en los que se aplican las normas de la UE. Esto incluye: Andorra, Islas Feroe, Gibraltar, Groenlandia, Islandia, Liechtenstein, Mónaco, Noruega, San Marino, Suiza y Ciudad del Vaticano.

El pasaporte de tus mascotas también se aceptarán si regresan de un país de fuera de la Unión Europea siempre que los requisitos que se aplican en ese país se cumplan antes de salir de la Unión Europea. En todos los demás casos, tu mascota debe estar acompañada de un certificado sanitario expedido por un funcionario veterinario.

14. Estoy viajando desde un país de la Unión Europea a otro país que no forma parte de la Unión Europea. ¿Puedo utilizar el pasaporte?.

Algunos países de fuera de la Unión Europea también aceptan el pasaporte siempre que esté legalizado por un veterinario oficial. Por favor pregunta antes de viajar.

15. Vivo en uno de los territorios no continentales de la Unión Europea, por ejemplo, Martinica o las Islas Canarias. ¿Puedo utilizar el pasaporte?.

Sí, se puede utilizar el pasaporte si viaja hacia o desde los siguientes territorios:
Groenlandia y las Islas Feroe (pasaporte danés para mascotas).
La Guayana Francesa, Guadalupe, Martinica, Reunión (pasaporte francés para mascotas).
Islas Canarias (pasaporte español para mascotas).
Azores y Madeira (pasaporte portugués para animales).
Gibraltar (pasaporte para animales específico de Gibraltar )
16. ¿Necesita el dueño acompañar a la mascota cuando realice el viaje?.

Sí, en principio, todas las mascotas deben de estar acompañadas por su propietario. Puedes autorizar a una persona para que acompañe a tu mascota.

17. ¿Cuál es la edad mínima para que las mascotas puedan viajar?.

Viajar al extranjero con animales domésticos menores de 4 meses de edad no está permitido en muchos países. Desde el 29 de diciembre de 2014, su mascota debe por lo menos tener 12 semanas de edad para poder ponerle la vacuna contra la rabia con el propósito del viaje.

Algunos países aceptan animales de menos de 12 semanas sin vacunas contra la rabia, la mayoría no. Debes preguntar antes de viajar.

Si un animal recibe la vacuna contra la rabia, el propietario podrá viajar con el animal después de 21 días de habérsela puesto.

18. ¿Qué pasa si viajo con un animal y no cumple todos los requisitos?.

Asegúrate de que tu mascota cumple todos los requisitos para poder viajar. Está prohibido viajar al extranjero con tu mascota sin cumplir las normas para viajar con animales.  Las mascotas pueden suponer un riesgo para la salud de otros animales y de humanos. Podrían introducir la rabia en un país, con resultados dramáticos.

Las mascotas que no cumplan todos los requisitos podrán ser puestas en curentena, rechazados o incluso que el propietario pague los gastos. Hay sanciones estrictas para aquellos que no cumplan las normas.

Los países comprueban los animales que entran en su territorio y los que salen de la Unión Europea.

19. Estoy de vacaciones en el norte de África y quiero traer a mi casa a un animal perdido que me encontré. ¿Cuáles son los requisitos?.

Cuidado, la rabia sigue presente en estos países. No se puede coger un animal y llevártelo a tu casa inmediatamente.

Cuando un animal está infectado de rabia, el período de tiempo entre que contrae la enfermedad y el inicio de los síntomas suele ser de unos tres meses: sin embargo puede variar desde menos de una semana a más de un año. Así que igual piensas que el animal está completamente sano y podría estar infectado.

Puedes llevarte el animal a tu casa después de que se le ha puesto un microchip y ha recibido la vacuna contra la rabia.

Dependiendo del país, el animal puede necesitar un análisis de sangre de una muestra recogida al menos 30 días después de la vacunación para analizarla en un laboratorio autorizado. Sólo te dejarán llevártelo cuando pasen tres meses desde la fecha en que le tomaron las muestras.


1. ¿Por qué es importante ponerle microchip a mi mascota antes de viajar?.

El microchip es una obligación legal antes de hacer un viaje. Teniendo microchip la mascota está registrada en su base de datos del país de origen y también puede ser la manera de aumentar las posibilidades de que tu mascota vuelva a casa después de perderse o de que te la roben.

A diferencia de las placas de identificación y collares que se pueden caer o quitar, los microchips son la forma más segura de tener identificados a tus queridos animales.

2. ¿Dónde puedo obtener un microchip para mi animal?.

Para obtener un microchip para tu animal tienes que ir a un veterinario. Cuando el veterinario le ponga microchip a tu mascota, podrá controlar al mismo tiempo la salud y las vacunas que necesita (incluyendo la de la rabia). En algunos países, la implantación del microchip también se puede hacer por otros profesiones que han sido entrenados específicamente para hacerlo.

3. ¿Es necesario identificar a mi animal antes de ponerle la vacuna de la rabia?.

Sí, tu animal debe recibir los tratamientos en el orden correcto. A fin de garantizar la identidad del animal en el momento de la vacunación, se le debe poner el microchip antes de vacunarlo de la rabia.


1. ¿Por qué es fundamental la vacuna contra la rabia?.

Si vacunas a tu perro contra la rabia proteges al animal contra la exposición a la rabia.

La rabia sigue siendo una de las zoonosis virales más graves a nivel mundial. A pesar de que se puede prevenir al 100%, se estima que unas 55.000 personas mueren cada año de rabia: casi todas en países desarrollados y la mitad de ellos niños menores de 15 años.

En la Unión Europea, la incidencia de la rabia ha disminuido enormemente desde la década de 1980, principalmente debido a una combinación de la vacuna de perros domésticos y salvajes. Gracias a estos esfuerzos, muchos países europeos se declaran “libres de rabia” y afortunadamente la rabia se ha convertido en una enfermedad olvidada.

Sin embargo, la rabia sigue siendo endémica en varios países de la Unión Europea. Estos significa que es de suma importancia para nuestros perros estar vacunados y es de suma importancia hacerlo cuando traemos perros de países donde la rabia todavía está presente.

2. ¿Con que frecuencia necesita una mascota vacunarse de nuevo contra la rabia?.

Depende del país en el que se le administre la vacuna. El veterinario podrá ayudarte. Las nuevas normas requieren que los países de la Unión Europea hagan una lista de las vacunas antirrábicas. Todavía la lista no está publicada.

3. ¿Cuando se requiere una muestra de sangre para comprobar si el animal tiene rabia?.

Se necesita una muestra de sangre del animal para viajar y volver de ciertos países de la Unión Europea.

4. ¿Debo vacunar de la antirrábica a los animales que tengan menos de 3 meses de edad?.

No, un animal de menos de 3 meses de edad puede ser demasiado joven para vacunarlo de forma eficiente contra la rabia, por ello la nueva norma establece que el animal tenga mínimo 3 meses para poder vacunarlo de la rabia por primera vez.

5. ¿Se necesitan otras vacunas?.

Para viajar dentro de la Unión Europea, no se necesitan otras vacunas a excepción de la rabia. Si viajas fuera de la UE, pueden ser necesarias otras vacunas. Por favor pregunta con tiempo suficiente.

Se recomienda vacunar a los animales de parvovirus canino, virus del moquillo canino, adenovirus canino y panleucopenia felina.

6. ¿Que hago si mi animal se puso enfermo después de vacunarse?.

Los efectos secundarios de las vacunas, incluida la vacuna contra la rabia, son muy pocos pero en ocasiones pueden ocurrir. Si tu animal tiene una reacción debido a la nueva vacuna, se tiene que avisar al veterinario del problema, incluso si es una reacción leve.


1. ¿Cuando mi animal necesita un tratamiento contra la equinococosis?.

Se necesita un tratamiento para todos los animales que viajen a Finlandia, Irlanda, Malta o Reino Unido.

2. ¿Qué pasa si después de viajar, mi animal se pone enfermo o estuvo expuesto a alguna enfermedad?.

Si llevas a tu mascota al extranjero, puede estar expuesta a enfermedades que no ocurren en sus países de origen. Por ejemplo enfermedades transmitidas por la picadura de ciertas garrapatas y parásitos como el gusano del corazón y la tenia. Puede que no tenga una inmunidad natural a estas enfermedades y podría infectarse, algunas de estas enfermedades pueden afectar a los humanos.

Si tu mascota muestra síntomas de enfermedad después de regresar del extranjero es necesario que visites al veterinario para que pueda considerar las posibles enfermedades o infecciones contraídas por tu mascota cuando estuvo en el extranjero.

Le recomendamos que consultes a tu veterinario sobre la salud y la forma física de tu mascota antes de viajar al extranjero. Dependiendo de donde vayas, tu veterinario debe ser capaz de aconsejarte sobre tratamientos para prevenir, o cualquier tipo de precaución que debas tomar y cuales son los posibles signos para saber que tu mascota anda mal de salud.

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Andrea Stefani (Project Manager FIGC per Euro U21 2019)
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