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David McAllister: Plenary speech on the presentation of the programme of activities of the Portuguese Presidency

David McAllister: Plenary Speach on the presentation of the programme of activities of the Portuguese Presidency20 January 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REew2SACulQ&feature=youtu.be President, Dear colleagues, Dear Minister! Portugal’s Presidency of the Council has begun during an unprecedented time. A lot of priorities are on the agenda, such as tackling the COVID-19 pandemic

David McAllister: Plenary speech on the arrest Alexei Navalny

19 January 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcKL7Xm2ayU&feature=youtu.be Mr President, Dear colleagues! I am very concerned and strongly condemn the arrest of Mr Alexei Navalny, upon his return to Russia just as I am very concerned by the detention of several dozens of his supporters and journalists across the country and also

David McAllister: Plenary speech on the CFSP report

19 January 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9p9_3GpW9A&feature=youtu.be President, Dear colleagues! The year 2020 was in many ways unprecedented for all of us.  The Covid-19 pandemic has had and continues to have severe economic, social, political and - also - geopolitical consequences. They will inevitably affect key aspects of the EU’s Common Foreign

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