Every European country has its own policies and protocols. Talking about "Europe" as a whole (and a quick Google shows that this is unfortunately widespread) is really not helpful. Birth is handled very differently in the Netherlands versus Italy, for example.
I can tell you that the UK only does a urine GBS screen and otherwise uses a risk based GBS protocol. They looked at routine swabs and decided it wasn't cost efficient. I gave birth in the UK and never heard of Hibiclens until I started reading on MDC--though I was OB led and wound up with an emergency CS, so perhaps I might have had a different experience if I'd been midwife led.