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MEPs look ahead to next EU summit

On Wednesday, MEPs outlined their expectations for the 29-30 June EU summit, in light of recent events in Ukraine and progress towards concluding the EU’s Migration Pact.

Hungary: MEPs denounce deliberate and systematic efforts to undermine EU values

In its latest resolution, Parliament raises serious concerns over developments in Hungary, in light of the upcoming Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU.

Foreign Interference, MEPs call for urgent protection of 2024 European elections

A coordinated strategy to increase the EU's resilience to foreign interference and manipulation of information, as well as protection of 2024 European elections.

MEP Maxette Pirbakas deciphers EU agricultural policy

French MEP Maxette Pirbakas, a member of the Committee on Regional Development and national president of the Rassemblement pour les français d'Outre-mer (RPFOM), was...

Lettori, 7 MEPs demand Commissioner Schmit for Justice at EU Court

Lettori case // 7 of Ireland’s 13 MEPs have signed a Rule 138 parliamentary question to Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights, Nicolas Schmit,...

MEPs endorse plan to provide more ammunition for Ukraine

On Thursday, Parliament backed a draft bill to increase European production of missiles and ammunition for Ukraine.

Pollution: MEPs support stricter rules to reduce industrial emissions

The Environment Committee adopted its position on EU rules to further reduce pollution and steer large agro-industrial installations in the green transition.

Spyware – MEPs sound alarm on threat to democracy and demand reforms

EP spyware inquiry committee has adopted its final report and recommendations, condemning spyware abuses in several EU member states and setting out a way forward.

MEPs call for coordinated EU strategy against foreign interference

New report on foreign interference, numerous examples such as EU elites defending Gazprom's interests and Hungary's vulnerability to Russian

MEPs renew suspension of EU import duties on Ukrainian exports

The International Trade Committee gave its green light on Thursday for another one-year suspension of EU import duties on Ukrainian exports to support the country’s economy.
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