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The EPP Group’s economic relief package

High energy prices, disrupted supply chains, the transition towards climate neutrality, as well as new legislation in the pipeline - our businesses in Europe are bearing the brunt of all these developments. Individually, each would have been ambitious, but manageable. Taken together, their cumulative effect

War in Ukraine: MEPs to debate effectiveness of EU sanctions

Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs will debate the situation in Ukraine on Wednesday morning at 9.00 CEST, and will be joined by Ivan Fedorov, the Mayor of Melitopol. At the meeting, participants are expected to discuss several of the latest developments in Ukraine following the Russian invasion

Highlights of AFET meetings this week

Committee on Foreign Affairs Wednesday, 20 April 9:00 to 15:45 in room: ANTALL 2Q2 Debates ·  Situation following Russia's aggression and invasion of Ukraine - Exchange of views on the impact of western sanctions on Russia two months after their adoption: assessment of their effectiveness and of the opportunity

The Week Ahead 18 – 24 April 2022

Committee meetings, Brussels The humanitarian situation in Ukraine. The Chair of the Humanitarian Committee of the Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada, Mykyta Poturayev, will speak with Development Committee MEPs about the devastating humanitarian consequences of the Russian invasion. The European Commission and humanitarian organisations active in Ukraine will also

MEPs ask UK to refrain from protectionist measures in fisheries

Need stable and predictable fishing conditions in UK waters, less protectionismBrexit has destabilised relations between North Atlantic coastal statesCommission must consider all options available to ensure EU fishers’ rights EU-UK relationship must act in good faith after Brexit, otherwise the Commission should be ready to protect