Exterior and interior shots of the European Parliament during the plenary session (16-19 December 2019) in Strasbourg.
David SASSOLI, EP President, opens the the plenary session (16-19 December 2019) of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
Antonio TAJANI, EP President and Othmar KARAS (EPP, AT), Vice-president, attend the ceremony of handover of the Flame of Peace of Bethlehem, during the plenary session (16-19 December 2019) of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
Karima DELLI (Greens/EFA, FR), Chair of the TRAN Committee, speaks about the outcome of the trilogue on the Mobility Package, in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
During the plenary session (16-19 December 2019) of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, MEPs debate on the 30th anniversary of the Romanian revolution of 30th December 1989.
MEPs of Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET), Committee on Development (DEVE) and Subcommittee on Human Rights (DROI) exchange views with ILHAM Jewher, daughter of ILHAM Tohti, the 2019 Sakharov Prize laureate, during a joint meeting in the European Parliament in Strasbourg. ILHAM Tohti is a Uyghur scholar and human rights activist, currently imprisoned for life in China.
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