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On Wednesday, Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs adopted a series of proposals to enable the EU's civilian missions to meet new challenges on the ground.

Commending the remarkable efforts of the Conference, MEPs stress that for sustainable recovery, public aid needs to be complemented by international and local private investments.

On Wednesday, MEPs will discuss the ongoing tensions in the Taiwan strait, which pose a significant threat to the peace and stability of the Indo-Pacific region.

On Tuesday morning, Members will hold a hearing with experts on the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan for women and girls.

Members will discuss with Borjana Krišto, recently elected Chairwoman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the country’s EU reform path.

A delegation of six MEPs, led by Tonino Picula, will travel to Montenegro on 17-20 March 2022 as part of an International Election Observation Mission.

Jeudi, le Parlement européen a adopté trois résolutions sur le respect des droits humains en Iran, en Tunisie et au Cambodge.

Les députés sont alarmés par la répression en cours au Bélarus, l’emprisonnement du lauréat du prix Nobel et de journalistes, et appellent à de nouvelles sanctions contre le pays.

In a report, Parliament calls on Armenia to pursue a comprehensive and mutually acceptable peace treaty with Azerbaijan, while praising Yerevan for its work on democratic reforms.

Parliament strongly condemns the latest military aggression by Azerbaijan against Armenia last year, while recognising Azerbaijan’s role as a potential energy partner for the EU.