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Committee on Foreign Affairs, 04. 12. 2018

22 MEPs call on the European Council to adopt visa-free regime for Kosovo without further delay

Members of the European Parliament from across the political groups addressed an open letter to President of the European Council Donald Tusk and to the Head of the Permanent Representation of Austria Nikolaus Marschik.
13. 09. 2018
The European Parliament has today called for an end to the practice of companies producing different quality products for different parts of Europe without the consumer being clearly informed of such a difference.
05. 09. 2018
Key MEPs warmly support the efforts by President Vučić of Serbia and President Thaçi of Kosovo to reach a comprehensive normalisation agreement within the framework of international law.
30. 08. 2018
With 30 votes in favour, 10 votes against and two abstains, Committee for Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs–LIBE, has today recommended the liberalisation of visas for citizens of Kosovo.
16. 04. 2018

Dr Šoltes Co-signed Manifesto for Dialogue in Catalonia

With the Manifesto, MEPs call for the release of all political prisoners and advocate for the EU to intervene between Spain and Catalonia in order to find an appropriate political solution to the crisis.
18. 10. 2017
MEP Dr Igor Šoltes participated at the event titled Meet your MEP, organized by the European Emergency Number Association (EENA) that took place in the European Parliament in Brussels.
17. 11. 2016
The National Assembly of Slovenia passed an amendment to the Constitution that makes access to drinking water a fundamental right and is seen as a bulwark against privatisation of water sources.
30. 08. 2016
On 30 August 2016, MEP Igor Šoltes urged the Slovenian Government to call for the suspension of the TTIP negotiations and thus to prevent the adoption of an agreement which would be damaging to Slovenia and to Europe as a whole.