EP political group leaders adopted a statement Friday condemning the openly racist declarations by PM Viktor Orbán and underlined that these declarations are in breach of EU values.
European Parliament President Roberta Metsola addressed Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada as part of the country’s Statehood Day celebrations.
On Wednesday, a delegation of the Budgetary Control Committee, led by chair Monika Hohlmeier, concluded their visit to Warsaw to look into the disbursement of EU funds.
A delegation of seven MEPs, led by Budgetary Control Committee chair Monika Hohlmeier (EPP, DE) will travel to Warsaw to look into the disbursement of EU funds.
The Industry, Research and Energy Committee wants to accelerate substantially the deployment of renewable energy, and the reduction of energy consumption, by 2030.
European values are under systemic threat in Hungary, says the Civil Liberties Committee, pointing to the latest developments in the country.
Ministers are outlining the priorities of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.
The EP’s Budgetary Control Committee will hear Frontex’s acting director Kalnāja and management board chair Fritsch on progress made following up on MEPs’ criticisms.
To fight climate change and biodiversity loss globally, Environment MEPs want only deforestation-free products to be allowed on the EU market.
The new EU rules aim at protecting consumers online from credit card debt, overdrafts and loans that are unsuitable for their financial situation.
Media play a major role in informing European citizens on the activities of the European Union and its institutions.
On 15 and 16 July, Parliament will co-host the second Global State of Human Rights Conference, with a particular focus on children’s rights all over the world.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will brief MEPs on the outcome of the 28-30 June NATO summit in Madrid and EU-NATO cooperation, on Wednesday.
Parliament’s special committee on COVID-19 (COVI) will exchange views with the ECDC and HERA directors and chief epidemiologists from five EU countries.
MEPs strongly condemn once more the backsliding in women’s rights and sexual and reproductive health and rights in the US and in some EU member states.
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