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MEPs extremely concerned by the arrest Mr Alexei Navalny

Statement by the Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, David McAllister, and the European Parliament’s standing rapporteur on Russia, Andrius Kubilius, on the arrest of Alexei Navalny. “We are extremely concerned by the arrest of Mr Alexei Navalny, performed yesterday evening upon his return to

EU-US relations: Members deplore the recent violence on Capitol Hill

Statement by leading MEPs on the latest political developments in the United States. "We welcome the decision taken by the US Congress to formally certify President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory and look forward to an orderly transition on 20 January. We have followed the deplorable events

NewEurope.eu: The pursuit for a peaceful transition in Belarus

by David McAllister The European Parliament has been awarding the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought since 1988 to individuals or organizations who make outstanding contributions to human rights. Over the years, this prize has become the most visible expression of Parliament’s collective, cross-party engagement