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Human rights in Iran: MEPs to assess the way forward

Due to the Iranian regime’s continued crackdown on opposition, MEPs will discuss what the EU can do to support a better future for Iranians, on Tuesday. At the debate, organised by the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee and Subcommittee on Human Rights together with its delegation for relations with Iran, MEPs

David McAllister MEP: Clarity and unity in policy on China

Against the backdrop of China’s continued rise as a political and economic powerhouse on the world stage, MEPs discussed the need for a coherent strategy on the superpower. EU Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell stressed the need for a united EU approach to China. We cannot speak

David McAllister MEP: On the Renewable Energy Directive

We need a rapid and financially viable expansion of renewable energies to achieve the European climate targets and fulfil our commitments to the Paris Climate Agreement. To break away from energy dependencies and increase our energy sovereignty, we need to diversify the European energy supply

Leading MEPs reaffirm their strong support for Ukraine’s path to the EU

On Wednesday, leading MEPs reiterated the European Parliament’s intention to continue to do its utmost to assist Ukraine in its EU integration process. Opening the first Inter-Committee Meeting between the European Parliament and the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada, European Parliament President Roberta Metsola said: “Today’s meeting marks the launch