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MEPs to debate Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with Josep Borrell

On Thursday at 18.30 CET, MEPs will debate Russia’s military assault on Ukraine with EU Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell and Ukrainian parliamentarians. The debate is organised by the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee and Security and Defence Subcommittee and will take place online. In addition to Mr Borrell, Members

Statement on Ukraine by European Parliament’s leaders

Parliament’s President and group leaders adopted the following statement on Russia’s military attack on Ukraine, and announced an extraordinary plenary session for next Tuesday. The European Parliament Conference of Presidents was convened by President Roberta Metsola this morning to discuss our response to Russia’s invasion into

European Parliament to hold an extraordinary plenary session on 1 March

EP President and political group leaders agree to hold an extraordinary plenary session on Tuesday, 1 March to discuss the Russian invasion of Ukraine. At an extraordinary meeting of Parliament’s Conference of Presidents, President Roberta Metsola and the leaders of Parliament’s political groups decided to hold

The decision of Russia’s President is a serious violation of international law

Leading MEPs strongly condemn the recognition of the non-government controlled areas of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine as independent entities. The Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs David Mcallister (EPP, DE), the Chair of the Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Association Committee Witold Waszczykowski (ECR, PL), the Chair

On the EU-Africa Partnership

The EU and Africa face a growing number of challenges that relate to trade, investment, job creation, increasing geopolitical competition in Africa and the growing presence and involvement of foreign actors, climate change, sustainable and efficient development cooperation, education, peace and security, migration, access to