Brief History of the European Union
In its less visible, more subtle forms, gender-based violence threatens the physical and emotional integrity of millions of women living in Turkey, and billions globally
Turkish and Chinese people have historical relations since the periods of the Hun Empire and Göktürks. These relationships are driven, sometimes friendly and sometimes went to war in the history
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In 2015, G20 leaders' summit will be held in Antalya, Turkey.
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According to the Article 13 of the Treaty of the European Union, the European Union's institutions shall be:
- The European Parliament
- The European Commission
- The Council of the European Union
- The European Council
- Court of Justice of the European Union
- The European Court of Auditors
- The European Central Bank
- Other institution, body and Agencies
- the EU's broad priorities are set by the European Council, which brings together national and EU-level leaders
- directly elected MEPs represent European citizens in the European Parliament
- the interests of the EU as a whole are promoted by the European Commission, whose members are appointed by national governments
- governments defend their own country's national interests in the Council of the European Union.
Setting the agenda
- the European Parliament, which represents the EU’s citizens and is directly elected by them;
- the Council of the European Union, which represents the governments of the individual member countries. The Presidency of the Council is shared by the member states on a rotating basis.
- the European Commission, which represents the interests of the Union as a whole.
Other EU institutions
- the Court of Justice upholds the rule of European law
- the Court of Auditors checks the financing of the EU's activities.