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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

Highlights of the AFET, DROI and SEDE meetings next week

9-12 October, Brussels Subcommittee on Human Rights Monday, 9 October 15:00 - 18:00 in room: Paul-Henri Spaak 5B001 Debate (15.30 – 17.00) In association with the Delegation for relations with the Arab Peninsula: Exchange of views on the participation of Human Rights Defenders and Civil Society Organisations to the COP

A long-term solution for Ukraine’s funding needs

-New Ukraine Facility with overall capacity of €50 billion for 2024-2027 -Urgent adoption needed along with long-term EU budget revision -MEPs strengthen transparency, democratic accountability -Russian assets should be used for Ukraine’s reconstruction In a vote on Thursday, MEPs improved and endorsed a proposal for a €50 billion facility