Regional security, foreign direct investment, and fighting money laundering and corruption will top the agenda at next week’s EU-Neighbourhood East Parliamentary Assembly.
MEPs will visit Venezuela’s borders with Colombia and Brazil next week to assess the humanitarian situation of people fleeing Venezuela.
The challenges for European heritage will be debated in a conference on “Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future”.
The growing threat posed by antibiotic-resistant bacteria can be tackled through a “One Health” approach, MEPs said on Wednesday.
MEPs and African, Caribbean and Pacific MPs agreed on the future of their partnership at the 35th Joint Parliamentary Assembly in Brussels.
Plans to update of EU copyright rules for today’s online world and ensure fair pay for artists and journalists were backed bv the Legal Affairs Committee on Wednesday.
A new 32.5% energy efficiency target for 2030 and a new instrument to help member states deliver on energy and climate goals were agreed by the EP and Council.
It will be easier for migration and asylum authorities to identify persons entering or staying irregularly in the EU, under new rules informally agreed with EU Council.
Former Air France workers should receive EU aid worth €9,894,483 to re-integrate them into the labour market, following a Budgets Committee vote on Tuesday.
MEPs and African, Caribbean and Pacific MPs are shaping their future their partnership at a three-day ACP-EU joint parliamentary assembly in Brussels.
ACP-EU relations post-Cotonou and demographic growth will be among the key issues at the 35th session of ACP-EU joint parliamentary assembly in Brussels.
Asylum-seekers will get access to the EU labour market more quickly, under an informal deal between EP and EU Ministers, which also foresees strengthened protection for minors.
Posłowie postanowili, że nad okresami odpoczynku kierowców, delegowaniem kierowców oraz zwalczaniem nielegalnych praktyk w transporcie drogowym, zagłosują podczas sesji plenarnej w lipcu.
In data released today by the European Commission, the European Parliament consolidates its position as the most trusted of all European Institutions
New EU ambitious targets for renewables, including self-consumption and biofuels, were agreed by Parliament and Council negotiators on Wednesday night.