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Montenegro’s EU accession progress is losing momentum

-Urgent need for political stability in the country -High level of public support for EU integration -Concern about malign foreign interference High political tensions and polarisation have caused Montenegro’s EU accession process to stall, say MEPs in the report adopted on Wednesday. While commending Montenegro’s long-standing commitment to EU

David McAllister MEP: Combatting organised crime

The EPP group's priority is to protect our citizens from criminals. Organised crime in the EU is thriving. It is a serious threat to the security of the EU and to citizens’ safety. It is dangerous, destructive and deadly. It disrupts ordinary people's lives, and threatens

2023 Sakharov Prize: finalists chosen

MEPs have shortlisted Jina Mahsa Amini and the Woman, Life and Freedom Movement in Iran, Nicaraguan human rights activists and women fighting for a free, safe and legal abortion. On Thursday 12 October, MEPs on the Foreign Affairs and Development committees chose in a joint vote the finalists for the