The European Commission has signed an agreement with YouTube to launch a new channel 'EU Tube' on YouTube.
The EU channel aims to present new and innovative ways of informing people on the activities of the European Union through video clips that illustrate the main issues facing citizens from across the 27 member states. Currently, users can watch around 50 video clips on a wide range of topics from the EU's first post-war historical steps to today's need to safeguard the environment and combat climate change. Currently, most of the video clips are available in English and later on in French and German language clips would also be added.
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