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Highlights of AFET, DROI and SEDE meetings next week

Subcommittee on Human Rights 26-27 September, Brussels Monday, 26 September 15:00 - 18:30 in room: Altiero Spinelli 3G-2 Debates ·  Human rights and democracy in the world and the European Union’s policy on the matter - annual report 2022 (2022/2049(INI)) - consideration of draft report - rapporteur: Isabel WISELER-LIMA (EPP,

MEPs urge EU countries to build closer ties with Taiwan

Parliament strongly condemns the recent Chinese aggressive military exercises in the Taiwan Strait, while calling for strengthened EU relations with Taipei. In a resolution adopted on Thursday, MEPs denounce China’s recent and unprecedented live-fire military exercises in the Taiwan Strait, which began in August 2022 following

MEPs call Armenia and Azerbaijan to respect the ceasefire agreement and re-start negotiations

oint statement by leading MEPs on the ongoing military confrontations between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs David McAllister (EPP, DE), the European Parliament’s Standing Rapporteur on Armenia Andrey Kovatchev (EPP, BG) and the European Parliament’s Standing Rapporteur on Azerbaijan Željana Zovko (EPP, HR) issued the following

A robust strategy for a resilient industry

As European companies continue to battle strong headwinds due to high energy prices, inflation, side effects of lockdowns, supply chain problems, scarcity of raw materials and excessive red tape, it is clear that the European Union needs a robust industrial strategy. It is fundamental for the