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Fotyga: The Russo-Georgian war already showed that we cannot rely on negotiations with the Kremlin

On the occasion of the 14th anniversary of the Russian invasion of Georgia, ECR Group Foreign Affairs Coordinator Anna Fotyga states:

5 August 2022

Prof Karol Karski: Right decision to cancel EP visit to Israel and Palestinian Territories

ECR MEP Prof Karol Karski welcomes that the ad-hoc visit of the European Parliament’s subcommittee on Human Rights (DROI) to Israel and the Palestinian territories scheduled to take place from 17 to 21 July has been called off.

15 July 2022

Week Ahead: 18 July - 28 August 2022

Summer Recess

15 July 2022

Week ahead: 11 - 15 July

EU-NATO cooperation and the outcome of the NATO summit; Solidarity Lanes to facilitate Ukraine's agricultural export.

8 July 2022

Kempa: EU must continue to lead in fight against global hunger

With an overwhelming majority, the European Parliament has adopted ECR MEP Beata Kempa's own-initiative report calling for a stronger EU role in the fight against global hunger.

6 July 2022

Bielan: DSA and DMA set global standards for regulating online platforms

According to ECR shadow rapporteur Adam Bielan, the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA) represent measures that will not only defend Europeans' fundamental online rights, but also set global standards for regulating online platforms, cloud services and search engines in the future.

5 July 2022

Bourgeois: Trade, technology and investment talks with India very welcome

"The European Parliament has now spoken positively about the ongoing trade talks between the EU and India, and it comes at just the right time", said ECR Rapporteur Geert Bourgeois after today’s adoption of an own-initiative report on EU-India future trade and investment cooperation.

5 July 2022

MEPs ask to exclude Russia from Interpol

The European Union wants to strengthen its cooperation with Interpol in fighting terrorism. In this sense, the European Parliament adopted today a recommendation to the Commission by ECR Rapporteur Jadwiga Wiśniewska (Poland).

5 July 2022

Zahradil: Shared values as basis for more Indo-Pacific trade

In the face of rising protectionism and Russia's aggression towards Ukraine, the European Parliament will call for more EU trade with like-minded partner countries.

5 July 2022

Week Ahead: 4 - 8 July

Czech Presidency; Digital Services Act; Digital Markets Act; Taxonomy; Cooperation between EU and ICPO-INTERPOL; Indo-Pacific strategy in the area of trade and investment; EU-India future trade and investment cooperation; Food security in developing countries; Banking Union annual report for 2021

1 July 2022

ECR Group: Majority groups put Commission on wrong track for 2023

The European Conservatives and Reformists Group has expressed its disappointment with the statement on the Commission's work programme for 2023, adopted today in the Conference of Presidents.

30 June 2022

Assita Kanko (ECR): “New crypto-transfer rules will oust crime and protect investors”

An agreement was reached between Parliament, Council and Commission on new rules to improve traceability of crypto-asset transfers. ECR MEP Assita Kanko was the Parliament's lead negotiator, together with MEP Ernest Urtasun (Greens), on the law, called the 'Transfer of Funds Regulation'.

29 June 2022