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Tuesday, 11 December 2018 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Establishing Horizon Europe – laying down its rules for participation and dissemination - Programme implementing Horizon Europe (debate)

  President. – Before I close the debate, may I thank all of you, not just those involved in this debate but also those who have been here throughout the whole evening. May I also thank the interpreters who have stayed with us that long, the ushers and all the services that have contributed to a business-like attitude under the tragic circumstances.

My understanding is that the gunman has been surrounded, the shooting is still going on, so the situation is still not stable. And, according to my information, the safety measures here in Parliament have not changed. Some of us might have different points of view on that, but I don’t think that is something we will change here in plenary.

Before closing the debate, may I wish all of us, all of you, a safe journey home and to your hotels tonight. Once again, I am sure that we all extend our condolences and sympathies to those affected, to our French colleagues and to the French people, and I am sure the French police will do a good job tonight.

The debate is closed.

The vote will take place on Wednesday, 12 December 2018.

Written statements (Rule 162)

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