Eva MAYDELL Eva MAYDELL
Eva MAYDELL

Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats)

Member

Bulgaria - Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (Bulgaria)

Date of birth : , Sofia

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Vice-Chair

D-JP
Delegation for relations with Japan

Member

ITRE
Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

Substitute

ECON
Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
D-US
Delegation for relations with the United States

Most recent activities

Exceptional temporary support under EAFRD in response to the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (C9-0185/2022)

23-06-2022
Written explanations of vote

. – Unfortunately, Russia's invasion of Ukraine has had a destructive impact on the agriculture sector. Farmers and rural businesses are struggling with the consequences of the increasing input prices, which have led many of them to liquidity risk. I voted in favour of the Exceptional temporary support under the EAFRD, as it aims to secure the competitiveness of agrifood businesses and farm viability in the Union. The exceptional situation needs exceptional measures.

Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: application EGF/2022/001 FR/Air France - France (A9-0183/2022 - Fabienne Keller)

23-06-2022
Written explanations of vote

. – The Union has extended the scope of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund for Displaced Workers (EGF) to provide financial support in case of any major restructuring event, thus covering the economic effects of the coronavirus crisis. I voted in favour of providing EU aid worth €17.7 million to support 1,580 workers from Air France and two of its subsidiaries in 16 French regions, who lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: application EGF/2021/008 EL/Attica electrical equipment manufacturing - Greece (A9-0185/2022 - Bogdan Rzońca)

23-06-2022
Written explanations of vote

. – The Union has extended the scope of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund for Displaced Workers (EGF) to provide financial support in case of any major restructuring event, thus covering the economic effects of the coronavirus crisis. I voted in favour of providing €1.5 million aid in EU support for 206 workers made redundant from six companies producing household appliances in the Greek region of Attica, a sector deeply affected by the economic crisis, COVID-19, domestic supply shortages of electrical components, and high productions costs.

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