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VIDEO. MEP Iskra Mihaylova (ALDE): We have to learn how to use the Calafat-Vidin bridge, how to make it useful for small and medium-sized enterprises

VIDEO. MEP Iskra Mihaylova (ALDE): We have to learn how to use the Calafat-Vidin bridge, how to make it useful for small and medium-sized enterprises

European Parliament Information Offices from Romania and Bulgaria, along with Europe Direct Craiova, organized a cross-forum debate entitled ”Bulgaria and Romania in the context of European territorial cooperation”. Former Bulgarian Minister of Environment and head of the Committee on Regional Development in the European Parlaiment, MEP Iskra Mihaylova, speaker at the debate, underlined the importance of […]

PHOTO GALLERY| EPP MEP Ramona Manescu hosted the exhibition “‪QATAR‬: The past and the present”

PHOTO GALLERY| EPP MEP Ramona Manescu hosted the exhibition “‪QATAR‬: The past and the present”

EPP MEP Ramona Mănescu hosted the opening ceremony of the exhibition “‪QATAR‬: The past and the present” in the European Parliament, on 31st of May. Among others, the event was honored by the presence of His Excellency Dr. Hamad Bin Abdulaziz Al-Kawari, the Cultural Advisor of HH the Emir and Qatar’s candidate for the ‪UNESCO‬‘s Director […]

Ramona Mănescu on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: ”War has never served the needs and interests of the people but only twisted political agendas and the geopolitical games of external actors”

Ramona Mănescu on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: ”War has never served the needs and interests of the people but only twisted political agendas and the geopolitical games of external actors”

In the plenary session of the European Parliament taking place from 11 to 14 April in Strasbourg, Romanian member of European Parliament, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, made an intervention on the escalation of Nagorno-Karabakh frozen conflict. ”In the light of today’s plenary debates in the European Parliament, over the conflict escalade in Nagorno-Karabakh […]

Adina Vălean (MEP): ”The first step to a new era of secure gas supplies in Romania”

Adina Vălean (MEP): ”The first step to a new era of secure gas supplies in Romania”

Last week EU member states adopted the European Commission proposals for investing 217 millions Euro in 15 trans-European projects designed for energy infrastructure. The source of this financial plan is the so-called European Interconnection Mechanism with a 5.35 billions Euro budget for 2014-2020 financial period which aims to modernize trans-European energetic infrastructure. EP rapporteur for […]

Special Interview. Paulo Rangel, EPP MEP&leader of the European Ideas Network: “Europe isn’t empowered enough to answer and to respond to crisis. We have to take steps towards a more federalist model in Europe”

Special Interview. Paulo Rangel, EPP MEP&leader of the European Ideas Network: “Europe isn’t empowered enough to answer and to respond to crisis. We have to take steps towards a more federalist model in Europe”

Special correspondence from Brussels – Dan Cărbunaru, Robert Lupițu ”The European Council has gathered too much power and the leaders feel under pressure because of their national elections and reputation and they do not struggle for a European coherent response”. This is the opinion of Paulo Rangel, member of the European Parliament from the EPP Group […]

Europarlamentarul Ramona Mănescu (PNL, PPE): Un contact direct al aleșilor locali cu instituțiile europene este extrem de util

Europarlamentarul Ramona Mănescu (PNL, PPE): Un contact direct al aleșilor locali cu instituțiile europene este extrem de util

Europarlamentarul Ramona Mănescu (PNL, PPE) a fost gazdă pentru aleși locali veniți din România la sediul Parlamentului European, cărora le-a prezentat activitatea instituțiilor europene și modalități de a accesa posibile finanțări pentru proiectele din țară. ”Zilele acestea, am plăcerea de a fi gazdă pentru un grup liberal din județele Brăila, Galați și Tulcea. Printre ei sunt […]

Andi Cristea, S&D MEP: ”Moldova could be serious EU contender”

Andi Cristea, S&D MEP: ”Moldova could be serious EU contender”

Work remains to be done before Moldova can join the EU, but European accession would be mutually beneficial, argues Andi Cristea, chair of Parliament’s Delegation to the EU-Moldova Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, in an opinion written to Parliament Magazine. As we speak history is being written and age-defining changes are underway. In the coming years, we […]

MEP Ramona Manescu (EPP): “The new EU agenda for migration policy must be followed by consistent and concrete political actions”

MEP Ramona Manescu (EPP): “The new EU agenda for migration policy must be followed by consistent and concrete political actions”

The European Commission released today (13 May 2015) the new European Agenda for Migration, which is a strategic document for the next five years. The coordinator of the European People’s Party (EPP) in the LIBE Committee (Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs), MEP Monika Hohlmeier, on behalf of our group, appreciated the document and said […]

Maternity leave directive: paid paternity leave creates controversy among MEPs

Maternity leave directive: paid paternity leave creates controversy among MEPs

Maternity leave should be extended from 14 to 20 weeks, says MEP Edite Estrela (S&D, PT) in a report, debated by Womens’ Rights Committee MEPs on Tuesday, on proposals to update the EU “maternity leave” directive.

Immunity of ex-MEP Tobias Pflüger lifted

Immunity of ex-MEP Tobias Pflüger lifted

Parliament voted to waive the parliamentary immunity of Tobias Pflüger, a German former MEP who was accused of insulting behaviour towards two police officers during a counter-demonstration against the 2005 Munich Security Conference. Source : © European Parliament