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Etihad Airways celebrating 15 years of flights to Belgium

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The FINANCIAL — Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, celebrating the 15th anniversary of its first service between Abu Dhabi and Brussels. Since launching the flights on 31 October 2005, Etihad has carried almost 2 million passengers between the two capitals, building on strong demand for point-to-point business and leisure travel between Abu Dhabi and Brussels. The airline has also carried large numbers of travellers via Abu Dhabi to and from Brussels, with the most popular destinations being Muscat in Oman, Sydney and Melbourne in Australia, Bangkok and Phuket in Thailand, Delhi and Mumbai in India, and Islamabad…

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Etihad Airways celebrating 15 years of flights to Belgium

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The FINANCIAL — Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, celebrating the 15th anniversary of its first service between Abu Dhabi and Brussels. Since launching the flights on 31 October 2005, Etihad has carried almost 2 million passengers between the two capitals, building on strong demand for point-to-point business and leisure travel between Abu…

NATO Secretary General: Georgia is one of NATO’s most important partners

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The FINANCIAL — The meeting between Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg was held today at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels. The process of Georgia’s NATO integration and Black Sea security were the main topics of discussion. The Secretary-General stated that “NATO supports Georgia’s territorial integrity and sovereignty within its internationally recognized…

Mark Zuckerberg met EU officials in Brussels and asked for more regulations

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The FINANCIAL — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called for governments to work with online platforms to create and adopt new regulation for online content. On Wednesday, EU leaders will kick-start debate about new rules governing data and artificial intelligence. For years, Facebook Inc. lobbied governments against imposing tough regulations, warning in some cases that they…