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Highlights of AFET, SEDE and DROI comittees 15-18 March 2021

Highlights of Foreign Affairs Committee, Subcommittees on Security and Defence and Human Rights next week from Monday to Thursday (15-18 March). Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET)Wednesday 17 March, 9.00 - 18.00 / Thursday 18 March, 13.45 - 16.45 / Room: ANTALL 2Q2 and remote participation Subcommittee on

Exchange of views with the NATO Secretary General

On Monday, MEPS will discuss with Jens Stoltenberg how the EU and NATO can strengthen cooperation and jointly respond to security challenges. Opportunities for closer cooperation between the EU and NATO on military mobility, the fight against hybrid threats and the use of disruptive and emerging technologies

Syria needs a greater financial and political response from the EU

90% of Syrians live below the poverty lineSustainable solution cannot be achieved through military meansDiplomatic relations with the regime should not be normalised without fundamental progress MEPs express grave concern over the persistent political deadlock and the lack of progress in finding a solution to the

Presseinformation: Konferenz zur Zukunft Europas startet

Diese Woche haben das Europäische Parlament, die Kommission und der Rat die Konferenz zur Zukunft Europas auf den Weg gebracht. Damit beginnt eine umfangreiche Debatte, wie europäische Politik effektiver und bürgernäher gestaltet werden kann. Der Europaabgeordnete David McAllister (CDU) erklärt: „Endlich geht es los. Die

David McAllister: strategic paper on relations with China

The Group of the European People’s Party (EPP) in the European Parliament has adopted a strategic paper on relations with China. For the EPP Group the European Union's policy towards China should be based on the following principles: cooperate where possible, compete where needed, confront where