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SLOVAK EU PRESIDENCY STUBBORN ON DENYING LATE ACCREDITATION FOR JOURNALISTS API STRONGLY PROTESTS AGAINST UNPRECEDENTED PROCEDURE BRUSSELS – API has received many complaints from Brussels correspondents about the procedure applied by the Slovak EU-presidency for the accreditation for (info
On Thursday 30 June an API Hour briefing was held in the Residence Palace, in which the ambassadors to NATO for the United States, the United Kingdom and Poland briefed over sixty correspondents about the upcoming NATO Summit (8-9 July) in Warsaw. In the picture from left to right: moderator Hans
API HOUR in the Residence Palace The International Press Association (API-IPA) together with the Residence Palace and Journalists@YourService invites the Brussels-based correspondents to: From Wales to Warsaw: NATO facing new threats and challenges On the record presentation and Q&a
The API office will be closed during the Easter break on Friday 25, Monday 28 and Wednesday 30 March. We will reopen again on Friday 1 April at 9:30h. Le bureau de l'API sera fermé pour le reces de Paques le vendredi 25, le lundi 28 et le mercredi 30 Avril. On reouvrira le vendredi 1 Avril à 9h30.
It is with great sadness that we have learned that our Egyptian colleague and friend Ahmed Idrees died on Monday 14 March 2016 following a long illness which kept him more and more away from daily journalism over the past several years. Ahmed Idrees arrived at the end of the nineties in Brussels
API Members can now have their say in the API Forum. Everyone with an up-to-date, valid API Membership, will now be able to comment and enter into the discussions.
All Bureau members will also be able to write about issues of interest to other Members in the API Blog. Enjoy!