In this letter forty MEPs request full information on the status and interim results of the preparation of the legal basis for the arming of Frontex.
In this letter, eight MEPs urge the European Commission to address the issue of pushbacks in the European Union as a matter of priority and to do everything possible to prevent these incidents and take appropriate action.
On 30 September 2020, the Commission presented its first overview of the rule of law situation in the European Union - 2020 Rule of Law Report. MEPs interrogate the Commission on its follow-up activities on the 2020 Rule of Law Report.
In this letter fifty-seven MEPs call on the High Representative to reconsider his visit to Russia given that such visit could possibly be used for internal propaganda purposes.
In this letter, twenty-eights MEPs call on the Commissioners to support the RELEASE 2020 initiative that proposes a flexible mechanism for debt reduction and sustainable development of the developing and low-income countries whose debt has been suspended as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In this letter, forty-eight MEPs call on Bosnian authorities as well as on the European Commission, the European Council and EEAS to take immediate action and humanitarian measures to protect migrants in Bosnia Herzegovina.
In this letter, thirty-five MEPs call on the European Commission to proceed to the immediate evacuation, redistribution and relocation of all persons seeking protection from Lesvos and all the Aegean Islands and to ensure the right to international protection in EU Member States.
In this letter fifty-three MEPs demand the High Representative Vice President of the European Commissioner Josep Borrell Fontelles whether the EEAS has started developing a concept of the donors’ conference for Belarus, and whether there is any tentative timeline concerning this initiative.
In this letter one hundred and eighteen MEPs call on Polish authorities to engage in a dialogue, to listen to the demands of the Polish protestors, and to prevent any further escalation. MEPs call on Poland to abstain from any new restrictions on fundamental human rights and ask to put a stop to the dismantling of the rule of law in Poland.
In this letter eighty-three MEPs call on the Commission to push for the immediate relocation of all asylum-seekers who used to live in Moria camp. In particular they call to relocate unaccompanied, separated or sick children and vulnerable persons. MEPs also urge the Commission to work with the Greek authorities to ensure that the new camp is safe for all and that it has adequate infrastructure with access to running water, food and health provisions and dedicated services for vulnerable people as well as access to education and to legal aid and they also stress the importance to ensure that NGOs are supported in carrying out their vital work on the ground.