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MEPs approve key budgetary support for Ukraine and the EU

MEPs approve long-term funding for Ukraine, the “Strategic Technologies for Europe Platform” (STEP), and associated major changes to the multi-year EU budget. The Committees on Budgets, on Foreign Affairs and on Industry, Research and Energy on Thursday approved the revision of the EU’s long-term budget – the multiannual

Human rights breaches in Belarus, Iran and Nigeria

On Thursday, the European Parliament adopted three resolutions on human rights issues in Belarus, Iran and Nigeria. New wave of mass arrests in Belarus of opposition activists and their family membersMEPs strongly condemn the recent wave of mass arrests in Belarus and urge the illegitimate Lukashenka

On Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine

Ukraine is a sovereign and independent state that is free to determine its future. Ukraine has the right to choose its European path and alliances freely, and to continue its transition towards a stable and prosperous European democracy. We stand with Ukraine. We fully support it

On the Revision of the EU’s long-term budget 2021-2027 (MFF)

I welcome the EU27’s unanimous agreement on a revision of the long-term budget (Multiannual Financial Framework) which includes the new €50 billion ‘Ukraine Facility’. Ukraine must benefit from this much-needed aid as soon as possible (with a potential first payment in March). With negotiations underway,