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MEPs to host debate with Bosnia and Herzegovina’s leaders

On Tuesday, the Foreign Affairs Committee will meet with Bosnia and Herzegovina’s tripartite Presidency to discuss intractable challenges facing the country.The political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina is increasingly tense, with nationalist and separatist rhetoric and activism continuing to threaten peace, stability and the country’s

Joint statement of the Chairpersons of the Foreign Affairs Committees of the Parliaments on the unjustified Russian military build-up in and around Ukraine and in Belarus 18 February 2022

We, the Chairs of our respective parliament's Committees, Following the ongoing Russian military build-up closely at the Russian-Ukrainian border, in the illegally annexed Crimea, as well as the joint military exercise of Russia and Belarus, Call on Russia to de-escalate the situation, withdraw its troops from Ukraine's

The US Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminium

The United States has decided to remove the Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminium on EU imports up to a level in line with historical levels of trade. The European Union considers the US decision as a step in the right direction. It will