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On the implementation of the Protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland

The European Union has proposed far-reaching solutions to facilitate the implementation of the Protocol and strengthen stability and predictability for people and businesses in Northern Ireland. We must stay laser-focused on practical challenges raised by Northern Irish stakeholders – particularly on the area of customs and

MEPs condemn the repeated violations of the Northern Ireland Protocol

Statement by UKCG co-Chairs and other leading MEPs following the unilateral move by Northern Ireland’s Minister of Agriculture. "The unilateral move taken yesterday by Northern Ireland’s Minister of Agriculture creates further uncertainty and unpredictability for businesses and citizens in Northern Ireland. It is also unhelpful for

European Parliament delegation ends visit to Ukraine

A high-level delegation of the European Parliament, which travelled to Ukraine amid the current security crisis, concluded its visit on Tuesday. Nine members from the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee and Security and Defence Subcommittee, led by Chairs David McAllister (EPP, DE) and Nathalie Loiseau (Renew,

Highlights of AFET meetings this week

Committee on Foreign Affairs ·  Exchange of views with the EEAS on the situation in Yemen (10.00 – 11.00) ·  Exchange of views with Maciej Popowski, Acting Director-General of DG NEAR, on the situation in Libya (11.00 – 12.00) ·  The EU and the defence of multilateralism (2020/2114(INI))

Delegation des Europäischen Parlaments besucht die Ukraine

Abgeordnete des Ausschusses für auswärtige Angelegenheiten und des Unterausschusses für Sicherheit und Verteidigung reisen vom 30. Januar bis 2. Februar in die Ukraine. Eine hochrangige Delegation von acht Abgeordneten unter der Leitung der Vorsitzenden des Ausschusses für auswärtige Angelegenheiten und des Unterausschusses für Sicherheit und Verteidigung, David