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Foreign affairs MEPs assess reform efforts of Serbia and Kosovo in 2015

AFET External relations28-01-2016 - 10:14

The start of EU accession negotiations with Serbia and the progress made in normalising relations between Serbia and Kosovo was welcomed by Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs in two resolutions passed on Thursday. They also stressed that these relations would be helped if all EU member states were to recognise Kosovo. (Read more: Foreign affairs MEPs assess reform efforts of Serbia and Kosovo in 2015 )

 

Trade MEPs back emergency plan to import 70,000t of Tunisian olive oil duty free

INTA External/international trade25-01-2016 - 18:33

A proposed emergency measure to import 70,000 tonnes of olive oil from Tunisia duty free, to help boost the struggling Tunisian economy, hit not least by terrorist attacks of 2015, was backed by the EP Trade Committee on Monday. To meet the concerns of the EU olive oil producers, they nonetheless inserted an amendment that allows the measure to be reviewed and corrected mid-way, should it harm the EU economy. (Read more: Trade MEPs back emergency plan to import 70,000t of Tunisian olive oil duty free )

 

Human rights: EU seamen detained in India, Ethiopia and North Korea nuclear test

Plenary Session Humanitarian aid / Development and cooperation / External relations21-01-2016 - 17:09

Parliament calls on India to release the 14 Estonian and 6 Briton seamen detained in the south of the country, strongly condemns the nuclear test conducted on 6 January by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and deplores the recent use of excessive force by security forces in Ethiopia, in three resolutions voted on Thursday. (Read more: Human rights: EU seamen detained in India, Ethiopia and North Korea nuclear test )

 

MEPs urge Moldova, Georgia, Ukraine to pursue reform and Russia to leave

Plenary Session External relations21-01-2016 - 12:43

Russia must end its direct or indirect involvement in conflicts in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine and stop interfering with their EU aspirations, say MEPs in a review, voted on Thursday, of their progress on reform. One year after the three ratified their association and deep and comprehensive free trade agreements (AA/DCFTAs) with the EU, MEPs highlight remaining reform tasks for each country and take note of the 6 April Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine deal. (Read more: MEPs urge Moldova, Georgia, Ukraine to pursue reform and Russia to leave )

 

Next step in mutual defence – European Defence Union, say MEPs

Plenary Session External relations / Security and defence21-01-2016 - 12:28

France’s decision to invoke the EU treaty’s mutual defence clause and to ask for EU member states’ help in its “war” against the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) should serve as an incentive to strengthen European security and defence, said MEPs in a resolution passed on Thursday. They call on EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini to draw up guidelines for similar future cases, so as to avoid any need for ad hoc measures and explicitly involve EU institutions. (Read more: Next step in mutual defence – European Defence Union, say MEPs )

 

MEPs ratify EU-Kosovo Association Agreement

Plenary Session External relations21-01-2016 - 12:14

The European Parliament gave its consent to the EU-Kosovo Stabilisation and Association agreement, an important first formal step in Kosovo’s integration into Europe, on Thursday. The deal will form the backbone of strengthened political association and economic integration between the EU and Kosovo. (Read more: MEPs ratify EU-Kosovo Association Agreement )

 

Debata o walce z terroryzmem: Państwa członkowskie muszą sobie bardziej ufać

Sesja plenarna Współpraca sądowa / Wymiar sprawiedliwości i sprawy wewnętrzne / Stosunki zewnętrzne / Bezpieczeństwo i obrona21-01-2016 - 11:56
Od góry od lewej: Ioan Mircea Pașcu (wiceszef PE), Bert Koenders, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Elissavet Vozemberg-Vrionidi, Birgit Sippel, Petr Ježek, Angel Dzhambazki, Inês Cristina Zuber, Jan Philipp Albrecht, Steven Woolfe, Vicky Maeijer Lampros Fountoulis  

Dzień po atakach Pakistanie posłowie dyskutowali o skutecznych sposobach walki z zagrożeniem terrorystycznym. Uczestniczący w debacie posłowie, przedstawiciele Komisji Europejski i rządów państw członkowskich podkreślali znaczenie wymiany informacji i potrzebę wzmocnienia kontroli granicznych oraz wezwali państwa członkowskie do wzmocnienia współpracy. (Przeczytaj więcej: Debata o walce z terroryzmem: Państwa członkowskie muszą sobie bardziej ufać )

 

Klauzula wzajemnej obrony: jaka rola UE?

Sesja plenarna Bezpieczeństwo i obrona20-01-2016 - 14:09
Klauzula wzajemnej obrony  

Po atakach terrorystycznych w Paryżu Francja zwróciła się do państw członkowskich o pomoc, powołując się na tzw. klauzulę wzajemnej obrony zawartą w art. 42 (7) Traktatu o Unii Europejskiej. To pierwszy przypadek aktywowania tego artykułu. W rezolucji przyjętej w czwartek, 21 stycznia, posłowie stwierdzili, że współpraca w ramach klauzuli powinna być bodźcem do wzmocnienia europejskiego bezpieczeństwa i obronności i wezwali do większej roli instytucji UE. Więcej informacji w naszej infografice. (Przeczytaj więcej: Klauzula wzajemnej obrony: jaka rola UE? )

 

EU should set up a trust fund to support Colombia peace process, say MEPs

Plenary Session External relations20-01-2016 - 13:21

EU countries should set up trust fund for Colombia, to help victims of its recently-ended 50-year internal conflict to seek truth, justice, and reparations and prosecute war criminals, say MEPs in a resolution voted on Wednesday. They praise the political effort, realism and perseverance shown by both the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), in ending the conflict and urge the EU to support their peace-building efforts. (Read more: EU should set up a trust fund to support Colombia peace process, say MEPs )

 

TiSA talks: Trade MEPs recommendations

INTA External/international trade18-01-2016 - 20:49

Negotiations on a Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA), with countries representing 70% of world trade in services, should deliver international rules and more opportunities for EU firms to supply services such as transport and telecoms in third countries. But "nothing should prevent EU, national and local authorities from maintaining, improving and applying their laws", notably on labour and data protection, say international trade MEPs in recommendations, voted on Monday, to EU negotiators. (Read more: TiSA talks: Trade MEPs recommendations )