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Brussels, 2020 06 05 Ministers responsible for employment and social affairs will meet, via video conference, for the third time since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. The meeting will be focused on the EU recovery. Following the exchange of views of 5 May 2020 on the emergency economic measures put in place and the demographic challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, ministers will now discuss ways in which national employment and social policies can be made more robust and labour markets more resilient.
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The proposal coincides with the common position expressed by the Basque Government, agreed by all the Autonomous Communities, before the EPSCO Council of European Ministers of Employment and Social Policies Promotes social entrepreneurship, as well as different employment opportunities in agricultural activities Brussels 2020 05 26
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The Lehendakari and Minister Arantxa Tapia attend by videoconference the launch of the first Satlantis camera to the International Space Station
Satlantis has launched an extreme miniaturised camera to obtain sub-metric resolutions and weighing just 15 kg from Japan, after 7 years of technological development and an investment of over €16 million This evening, Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu, the Basque Primer, opened the launched the event held from Bilbao, Vitoria, Madrid, Rome, Paris, Washington, Florida, Brussels, Tokyo and the island of Tanegashima, accompanied by the Basque Government’s Minister for Economic Development and Infrastructures, Arantxa Tapia, and the SATLANTIS CEO, Cristina Garmendia.
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