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Invasion of Ukraine: MEPs call for tougher response to Russia | News | European Parliament

In the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, MEPs demand tougher sanctions on Russia and new efforts to grant Ukraine EU candidate status. In a...

The Russian attack on Ukraine marks a new era for Europe, MEPs say

Debating Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, MEPs expressed unwavering support for Ukraine and for efforts to bring the country closer to the European community. On Tuesday,...

EU values in Poland: MEPs wrap-up fact-finding visit to Warsaw

On Wednesday, an EP delegation ended its three-day visit to Poland, where MEPs met politicians, judges, civil society and journalists, to assess the rule...

The EU must speak with one voice on foreign policy | News | European Parliament

MEPs call for a more effective EU foreign and security policy and a stronger defence capability to respond to threats, in two reports adopted...

MEPs push for game-changer rules for pan-European civil society | News | European Parliament

MEPs adopted recommendations to harmonise the status of non-profits throughout the EU and establish a statute for European association. On Thursday, Parliament adopted a series...

Toy safety: Parliament wants stronger EU rules to protect children

MEPs want to strengthen current rules and market surveillance to ensure that all toys sold on the EU market, including from non-EU countries and...

Environmental Crimes : Offenders Must Face A Punishment That Fits The Crime

S&D MEPs welcome the Commission’s proposal to upgrade the out-dated Environmental Crimes Directive, as outlined in a Parliamentary report on environmental liability in May 2021. However, the S&D Group believes the EU should go further in protecting the environment through criminal law than the Commission’s proposals today by recognising ecocide as a crime under EU law. Harsher sanctions on lawbreakers...

Future EU financing and recovery: MEPs to assess summit outcome | News | European Parliament

MEPs will debate the 17-21 July EU summit results with Council and Commission Presidents Charles Michel and Ursula von der Leyen on Thursday from 09:30.

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