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The stakes are high for Albania, warn leading MEPs

Full implementation of the 5 June agreement on electoral reform needed before the start of accession negotiations Government and Opposition should maintain the cross-party consensus In a joint statement, the three MEPs send a firm message: If Albania wants to start the accession negotiations, it

MEPs debate defence priorities with Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer

Defence and security policy will be marked by the COVID-19 crisis, says the German Defence Minister, presenting the priorities of the German Presidency. When it comes to defence and security policy, the COVID-19 crisis will mark the German Presidency priorities, just as it will every other policy area,

MEPs welcome the continuous deepening of EU-Georgia relations

The upcoming parliamentary elections in Georgia will be “pivotal” in confirming the country’s democratic credentials, say Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs in a report adopted on Monday. The European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee adopted its new report taking stock of the implementation of the EU Association Agreement

MEPs to discuss the German Presidency’s priorities with ministers

Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee MEPs will discuss the priorities of the German Presidency with Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer next week. Heiko Maas is a member of Germany’s Social Democratic Party and has served as the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs

David McAllister: On the situation in Hongkong

Authorities must respect rights and international commitments The new national security law came into force in Hongkong last week. The situation is becoming increasingly dramatic and each passing day brings news for further incarcerations, arrests, and violence. There is no longer freedom of assembly or speech,