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Figures released on Sunday by IBAL show a record 85% of our towns and cities were clean overall for European norms last year.
The legislative growth and its compliance with the European norms are crucial for Macedonia's development.
2 million to Armenia to help the country in its efforts to upgrade its waste management system at par with the European norms.
According to Stano, Brussels is going to check whether the whole package of constitutional amendments is aligned with the European norms.
Consequently, Indian leather manufacturers are increasingly using chemicals that comply with the existing European norms, which continues to boost the domestic demand for leather chemicals in the country.
Recently, Ukraine has completed passing the first phase legislation in support of a simpler visa regime (approved by Council of the European Union this week) and adopted a tough new anti-discrimination law in line with European norms and practices.
Ukraine has been striving to complete a raft of legislative reforms in order to conform to European norms and practices.
These panels pose a huge fire hazard and have a D Classification -- the lowest fire safety classification -- according to European norm EN 13501.