PE799 European Parliament 10-2023 ATTACKS AGAINST ISRAEL - War Nagorno-Karabakh

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PE798: FDC "Plenary session of the European Parliament, Strasbourg (France) 16-19.10.2023

- OCTOBER 7 TERRORIST ATTACKS BY HAMAS AGAINST ISRAEL. Benyamin NETANYAHU, Prime Minister of Israel.

- Speech by Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol PACHINIAN, following Azerbaijan’s military attack and recapture of the breakaway enclave Nagorno-Karabakh on 19 September, which forced over 100 000 ethnic Armenians living in the area to flee their homes.

- Postage FRANCE  1,80€ Europa 2023 - PEACE, the most important human value"

- Postmarked Strasbourg (France) "Session of the European Parliament" 17 Oct. 2023

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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT Plenary Session, Strasbourg 16-19 October 2023

Highlights

- Attacks against Israel. On Wednesday morning, MEPs will debate, with Council and Commission, the despicable terrorist attacks of Hamas against Israel. A resolution will be put to the vote on Thursday.

- 2023 Sakharov Prize.   - Key debate on 26-27 October EU summit.

- Reconstructing Ukraine. Parliament will debate and vote on a new Ukraine Facility with an overall capacity of €50 billion for 2024-2027 to support the country’s recovery, reconstruction and modernisation. MEPs demand that seized Russian assets be used to reconstruct Ukraine. (Monday, Tuesday)

- Effectiveness of EU sanctions on Russia. On Tuesday morning, MEPs will discuss with Commission and Council whether the EU’s sanctions against Russia are working, and how to prevent their circumvention by Moscow.

- Strategic Technologies for Europe Platform (‘STEP’).

- Prime Minister of Armenia. Mr Pashinyan’s visit takes place in the aftermath of Azerbaijan’s military attack and recapture of the breakaway enclave Nagorno-Karabakh on 19 September, which forced over 100 000 ethnic Armenians living in the area to flee their homes.

A philatelic envelope, designed by Historiaphil© (Philately Kiosk of the European Parliament, Strasbourg, France) commemorates the highlights of the Strasbourg plenary session of the European Parliament. It was produced as a continuation of the collection of philatelic envelopes bearing witness since 1949 to the history of Europe and its institutions. Its edition is limited to 200 numbered copies.

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22/06/2024

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