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At a session in Brussels, Members of the European Parliament adopted a resolution on the situation with Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, demanding the release of the politician, cancellation of Nord Stream 2 project and tightening sanctions against Russia, including Russian "propagandists", oligarchs, their families and "all persons and organizations involved in Navalny’s arrest," reports DW.
The text of the document, in which the MEPs declared their full solidarity with the " …
Polish Deputy Minister of Defense Wojciech Skurkiewicz revealed plans to purchase two batches of American F-35 fighters.
According to him, the first aircraft will enter the service of the Polish army by2026. The Minister called this decision a turning point and crucial for the Polish Air Force.
"This is a crucial decision that will raise our Air Force to a higher level. The first squadron of F-35 aircraft will be purchased by 2026, the second squadron - after 2026," — the PAP Agency quotes …
European Parliament adopted a resolution containing recommendations on counteracting propaganda. Russia is named the primary source of disinformation in Europe , according to the European Parliament website. According to the resolution, China, Iran, and North Korea are also sources of disinformation.
Four hundred eighty-nine votes support the proposal, 148 European deputies voted against, and 30 abstained.
The summary of the resolution contains three points: “to provide mechanisms for a …
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko maintains hope of becoming a member of the European Parliament after completing his term as president.
“When I am asked what I want to do… after finishing the presidential term, I say: for me, there is one worthy job. I dream of working a member of the European Parliament,” he said at a youth forum in Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi.
In order to achieve this, Ukraine must become a member of the European Union, and Poroshenko is planning, if he wins the election, …
Yelizaveta Peskova, daughter of Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov, has been working as an intern in European Parliament for a French MP, Current Time reports.
Her job gives her complete access to European Parliament’s facilities and databases, including its internal computer network and the MP’s internal network.
Peskov’s daughter, who is currently 21 years of age, officially registered as an intern in the office of EU Parliament member Aymeric Chauprade. Her name and surname can be …
According to the Mission of Ukraine to the EU’s post on Facebook,ninety seven members of the European Parliament called on High-Representative Federica Mogherini and all European government leaders to impose targeted sanctions against Russia because of its attack on Ukrainian ships near the Kerch Strait.
On the 25th of November, a Russian ship forcefully prevented three Ukrainian military ships from sailing through the Kerch Strait. Russia attacked and seized the ships and captured their crew. …
President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani signed the decision to allocate one billion euro of macro-financial assistance for Ukraine. This was stated by the representative of Ukraine to the European Union, Mykola Tochytskyi.
"Decision of the EP and the Council providing the Macro-financial assistance to Ukraine amounting 1bn EUR has been signed today by President Tajani and Austrian Presidency on the eve of 20th UA-EU Summit. Thanks a lot for the support to all friends of Ukraine …
On Wednesday, June 13, the European Parliament (EP) voted to allocate a new program of macro-financial assistance in the amount of 1 billion euros to Ukraine.
Radio Liberty correspondent Rikard Jozwiak reported that 527 members of the EP voted in favor of the aid disbursement, while 124 voted against it.
The first tranche of 500 million euros may be delivered in September.
“The absolute majority of the deputies have just voted in favor of the proposal of the European Commission to allocate a …
Deputies of the European Parliament are going to introduce a resolution, related to human rights in Russia, for a diplomatic boycott of the World Cup by officials of EU countries. The tournament will soon start in Moscow.This was reported by Rikard Jozwiak, Brussels correspondent for Radio Liberty.
“The European Parliament is likely to call for a diplomatic boycott of the 2018 World Cup in a resolution on human rights in Russia that is set to pass on 14 June,” the reporter wrote on Twitter. He …
According to Ukrainian human rights activist Maria Tomak ,the European Parliament will debate a resolution on the human rights situation in Russia, particularly regarding the case of Oleg Sentsov, a Ukrainian film director from the Crimea.
“On Thursday [June 14], there will be a vote on the document. The idea and initiative for the resolution lays with European Deputy Rebecca Harms, for whom the topic of Ukraine has been a priority for a long time and who has closely monitored the situation …