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Grant Moldova EU candidate status, say MEPs

In a resolution adopted on Thursday, Parliament welcomes Moldova’s EU membership application, saying the country is on the right track in adopting key reforms. The text, approved by show of hands says Moldova has been disproportionately affected by the Russian war in neighbouring Ukraine. (RA) This

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