The second revision of the Regulation on the Fund for the European Aid to the most deprived (FEAD) regarding the specific measures for addressing the COVID-19 crisis, will allow Member States to use additional resources and request up to 100% co-financing rate.
21 January 2021
Today, MEPs held a debate on how to achieve an effective policy legacy for the European Year of Cultural Heritage, which will be followed by votes on Tuesday and Wednesday. The own initiative report lead by the ECR coordinator for the Committee on Culture and Education and the Latvian ex-minister of Culture, Dace Melbārde, is calling for a more integrated approach to cultural heritage. This involves the equal treatment of tangible, intangible, natural and digital heritage equally.
18 January 2021
The European Conservatives and Reformists Group strongly condemns the arbitrary arrest of leading Russian opposition figure and anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny, upon his return to Moscow on 17 January. As a result, the ECR Group has filed an immediate resolution in the European Parliament calling for swift action to be taken against those directly responsible.
18 January 2021
EU global strategy on COVID-19 vaccinations; The inauguration of the new President of the United States and the current political state of play; The crackdown on the democratic opposition in Hong Kong; Strengthening the single market: the future of free movement of services; The EU’s position on and the state of play of; Human Rights and Democracy in the World– annual report 2019; Achieving an effective policy legacy for the European Year of Cultural Heritage; Fund for European Aid for the Most Deprived (FEAD): Specific measures to address the COVID-19 crisis; How do we increase the number of fish in our waters? The measures to promote stock recovery above the maximum sustainable yield (MSY), including fish recovery areas and marine protected areas
15 January 2021