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Interparlamentarias

EP-Palestine IPM and working visit, 18-20 September 2018

The Delegation for relations with Palestine traveled to Palestine for a working visit in September 2018. The Delegation was composed as follows:
  • Neoklis Sylikiotis (GUE/NGL) (Chair of the Delegation)
  • Margrete Auken (Greens) (Vice-Chair of the Delegation)
  • Edouard Martin (S&D)
  • Sofia Sakorafa (GUE/NGL)
  • Eider Gardiazabal Rubial (S&D - Standing rapporteur from BUDG)
  • Enrique Guerrero Salom (S&D - Standing rapporteur from DEVE)
The aims of the visit were:
  • To assess the situation on the ground and maintain relations with the Palestinian Legislative Council and Palestinian authorities and hear the views of civil society.
  • To assess EU policy in Palestine, with a focus during this visit on the peace process from the Palestinian perspective, the humanitarian situation, and forced displacement of Palestinians and demolitions of EU-funded infrastructure, and ways to build on the step taken by the EU to issue guidelines on the indication of origin of settlement products.
  • To be the first EP delegation to gain access to Gaza after the 2014 conflict and since 2011. However this objective could not be met as the Israeli authorities rejected the entry authorisation application.

EP-Palestine IPM and working visit, 20-24 February 2017

The Delegation for relations with Palestine traveled to Palestine for a working visit in February 2017. The Delegation was composed as follows:
  • Neoklis Sylikiotis (GUE/NGL) (Chair of the Delegation)
  • Margrete Auken (Greens) (Vice-Chair of the Delegation)
  • Brando Benifei (S&D)
  • Ivo Vajgl (ALDE)
  • Angela Vallina (GUE/NGL)
  • Rosa D'Amato (EFD)
  • Konstantinos Papadakis (NI)
The aims of the visit were:
  • To assess the situation on the ground and maintain relations with the Palestinian Legislative Council and Palestinian authorities and hear the views of civil society.
  • To assess EU policy in Palestine, with a focus during this visit on the peace process from the Palestinian perspective, the humanitarian situation, and forced displacement of Palestinians and demolitions of EU-funded infrastructure, and ways to build on the step taken by the EU to issue guidelines on the indication of origin of settlement products.
  • To be the first EP delegation to gain access to Gaza after the 2014 conflict and since 2011. However this objective could not be met as the Israeli authorities rejected the entry authorisation application.

EP-Palestine IPM and working visit, 8-12 February 2016

The Delegation for relations with Palestine did a working visit on February 2016. The Delegation was composed as follows:
  • Martina Anderson (GUE/NGL) (Chair of the Delegation)
  • Margrete Auken (Greens) (Vice-Chair of the Delegation)
  • Roza Thun (EPP)
  • Eugen Freund (S&D)
  • Patrick Le Hyaric (GUE/NGL)
  • Rosa D'Amato (EFD)
  • Konstantinos Papadakis (NI)
The aims of the working visit were:
  1. to assess situation on the ground and maintain relations with the Palestinian Legislative Council and Palestinian authorities and hear the views of civil society organisations;
  2. to assess EU policy in Palestine, with a focus during this visit on the peace process from the Palestinian perspective, the humanitarian situation, forced displacement of Palestinians and demolitions of EU-funded infrastructure, and ways to build on the step taken by the EU to issue guidelines on the indication of origin of settlement products;
  3. to be the first EP delegation to gain access to Gaza after the 2014 conflict and since 2011. However this objective could not be met as the Israeli authorities rejected the entry authorisation application.

EP-Palestine IPM and working visit, 17-19 March 2015

The Delegation for relations with Palestine traveled there for a working visit. The EP Members traveling were:
  • Martina Anderson (GUE/NGL) (Chair of the Delegation)
  • Margrete Auken (Greens) (Vice-Chair of the Delegation)
  • Martin Edouard (S&D)
  • Neoklis Sylikiotis (GUE/NGL)
This working visit had the following aims:
  1. To assess situation on the ground and maintain relations with the Palestinian Legislative Council and Palestinian authorities and hear the views of civil society.
  2. To assess EU policy in Palestine, with a focus during this visit on the peace process from the Palestinian perspective, the humanitarian situation, forced displacement of Palestinians and demolitions of EU-funded infrastructure, and ways to build on the step taken by the EU to issue guidelines on the indication of origin of settlement products.
  3. To be the first EP delegation to gain access to Gaza after the 2014 conflict and since 2011. However this objective could not be met as the Israeli authorities rejected the entry authorisation application.