Answer updated on: 15 Dec 2019
FalseOfficially, the EU is not a member of the UN as it does not have voting rights. It has however been an observer member at the United Nations since 1974 and has had enhanced participation rights since 2011. The EU itself does not have voting rights but it is represented alongside its 27 members which do, two of which are permanent members of the Security Council, those being France and the ...
Answer updated on: 26 Nov 2018
1956The Contest has been broadcast every year since its inauguration in 1956 and is one of the longest-running television programmes in the world. It is also one of the most watched non-sporting events in the world, with audience figures having been quoted in recent years as anything between 100 million and 600 million internationally.[
Answer updated on: 13 Sep 2018
MaltaBy both population and size, its Malta. Malta has 405,000 of the EUs 495 million people, and is 316 square kilometres in size, out of the EUs total size of 4,324,782 square kilometres.
Answer updated on: 15 Mar 2018
Answer updated on: 11 Mar 2018
Maastricht Before Maastricht, the European Union was called the European Community. The term Union was introduced in the text which came out of the Maastricht Conference.
Answer updated on: 05 Feb 2018
The Council of Europe The Council of Europe has members that are not members of the European Union and it is responsible for a European Declaration on the Human Rights. It is not mentioned in the Treaty on the European Union or in the Treaty on the European Community. However, it did gave the incentive to a process now called European integration.
Answer updated on: 02 Feb 2018
FalseThe currency in Ukraine is called the Karbovanets. The capital of Ukraine is Kiev and the official language is Ukrainian. The Dinar is the name of the currency used in Serbia.
Answer updated on: 26 Jan 2018
TrueTrue. The capital of Hungary is Budapest and the official language is Hungarian (Magyar).
Answer updated on: 08 Nov 2017
DehaeneDehaene was nominated to follow Delors. Though the obvious candidate, he was blocked (in favor of Santer) by British Prime Minister, John Major.
Answer updated on: 18 Sep 2017
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