Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias says the rapprochement in bilateral ties follows a new level of cooperation between Athens and Ankara after the recent disasters in both countries.
Finland and Sweden formally applied to join NATO last May but Türkiye, a longstanding NATO member, asked the two Nordic states to take concrete action against terror groups like the PKK and FETO.
The EU - which is hosting the conference in coordination with Türkiye's government - says it plans to make a "significant pledge" for further relief, recovery, and reconstruction.
Ulf Kristersson says Sweden is 'prepared for what we will do if that were to happen'.
The Tihange 2 reactor is the second to be taken offline by Belgium in the last four months as part of a two-decade-old plan to rid itself off nuclear power.
The government has acknowledged the problems, but has yet to come up with any convincing plan to turn the crisis in the sector around.
The agreement mitigates an energy crunch that Europe faces as a consequence of Russia's armed conflict with Ukraine amid harsh winter conditions.
Four suspects have been charged and remanded in custody in a Belgian investigation into alleged corruption at the European Parliament.
Football fans vandalised public property and clashed with police in the Belgian capital after Morocco beat Belgium 2-0 in the football World Cup match.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg reiterated the alliance will "stand by Ukraine for as long as it takes”, vowing increased support for the country, which is battling Russian forces since February.
European gas and power prices have soared as Russia has cut fuel exports to retaliate for Western sanctions over its offensive in Ukraine.
Environmentalists argue European Union violated its own climate laws by including natural gas and nuclear energy in its list of "green" investments.
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