Shaping digital education policy; Reversing demographic trends across EU regions through cohesion policy instruments; Impacts of EU rules on the free movement of workers and services; A united EU response in support of democratic change in Belarus
27 November 2020
Czech MEP Jan Zahradil, Vice-Chairperson on the Committee on International Trade, has expressed his discontent regarding the article titled 'Beijing's influence in European Parliament draws fresh scrutiny’, published by POLITICO on Thursday 26 November 2020.
26 November 2020
'We are 27 different countries, 27 different sensitivities, and 27 different economies. The Treaties oblige us to respect both solidarity, and the interests of all member states.'
25 November 2020
Foreign policy consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak; Improving development and effectiveness of aid; Stocktaking of European Elections; Executive Vice-President of the European Commission visits ECR; Elimination of customs duties on certain products (Lobster-Deal)
20 November 2020
Discussion on the significance of the Baltic Sea for European and Polish history and the premiere of two short films by alumni of the Gdynia Film School: 'Sto lat' and 'Pewnego razu nad morzem'.
Thursday 26 November 2020 @ 2 pm -
The ECR Group is looking with great interest to the address from Commission President von der Leyen on the State of the European Union on Wednesday morning. The ECR believes that the legislative should now focus on Europe’s economic recovery. However, the European Conservatives and Reformists have always stated that the current health crisis should not be exploited as an opportunity to establish an even more centralised Europe. The ECR opposes centralist Brussels impositions, and believes that the EU should be more flexible and respectful of the prerogatives of the different countries.
Wednesday 16 September - Brussels