Today, the European Commission adopted a package of €70 million under the Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA II) to help fund the access of Western Balkans partners to COVID-19 vaccines


The European Union is closely following the crisis in Ethiopia. The EU remains concerned by the humanitarian situation, as well as allegations of human rights violations and ethnic targeting. 


After intensive negotiations, the European Commission has reached today an agreement with the United Kingdom on the terms of its future cooperation with the European Union.

A landmark 1,193,652 people made submissions to the EU’s public consultation on deforestation, demanding a strong EU law to protect the world’s forests. The European Commission received


“Women have been at the forefront of the COVID-19 response, working across essential, frontline sectors and providing care for family or persons in need of assistance. Yet they are


The EPP Group calls on the EU Member States to implement effective control mechanisms in response to Uyghur forced labour and urges them to impose an import ban

"We would like to express solidarity with our colleague Andrea Bocskor, who has been listed as an enemy of Ukraine by an online outlet. We consider this as an incitement to hate and therefore

"This agreement seals the work done over many years, and is a very important step for Europe's strategic autonomy”, declared François-Xavier Bellamy MEP, who is one of the European

Today, the Commission is presenting a new Counter-Terrorism Agenda for the EU to step up the fight against terrorism and violent extremism and boost the EU's resilience to terrorist threats.


"With this deal we will better protect our external borders, fight child trafficking and terrorism, reinforce free movement in the Schengen area and contribute to a more efficient return policy of