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Highlights of AFET committee meeting – 10 May 2021

Highlights of AFET meeting on Monday next week.Monday 10 May - 13.45 – 18.45 - Room: Paul-Henri Spaak 1QA2 + remote participation VoteRecommendation to the Council on the "75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly" 2020/2128(INI) - Adoption of amendments. Rapporteur: María Soraya RODRÍGUEZ RAMOS

Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan: statement of leading MEPs

Foreign committee chair David McAllister (EPP, DE) and Central Asian delegations' chair Fulvio Martusciello (EPP, IT) issued the following statement on Monday."It is with great concern that we observe the escalation of tensions on the border between the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan, which unfortunately have

EU-Turkey relations are at a historic low point, say MEPs

In a report adopted last Thursday, MEPs call on Turkey to credibly demonstrate the sincerity of its commitment to closer relations with the European Union. Despite the fact that Turkey is an EU accession candidate country, in recent years the Government of Turkey distanced itself deliberately