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How many people live in Italy? What's the political system in Lithuania? And what is the capital of Cyprus called? Find the answers to these questions and many more in the updated version of 'The European Union - Facts and figures'. This booklet comes in a handy small format and gives essential information on the European Union, its institutions, member states and candidate countries. It contains facts on official languages, government websites and other useful data about each country. The publication is available in 24 EU languages.
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