“Quality education gives young people in Africa the chance to earn a decent living in their home countries and not to be forced to leave their homelands,” said MEP György Hölvényi at the presentation of the report on education in Africa by the European Parliament’s Development Committee on Wednesday.
“It is a false promise that the European Union can solve Lebanon’s problems! Besides, the people of Lebanon do not need a lecture from Europe. To gfacilitate cooperation, the Lebanese political elite must take also political responsibility. For taking responsibility the first step is to elect a president!”– stated MEP György Hölvényi during the plenary debate of the European Parliament on Lebanon.
MEP György Hölvényi together with AVSI Foundation held a conference, titled “What kind of help are Syrians asking for?” During the event ahead of the Brussels VII Donor Conference Supporting the future of Syria and the region.
“The Russian-Ukrainian war, unpredictable climate conditions, conflicts, rising energy prices and the effects of the coronavirus have plunged Africa into a severe food crisis.”
High-quality education must be provided in Africa, because this will not only ensure proper living conditions for people in the region, but also prevent mass migration, said György Hölvényi, Christian Democrat MEP in a statement to MTI on Wednesday.
On Monday, the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) presented its Final Report in Beirut, containing its observations and recommendations on the for the electoral process in Lebanon. Chief Observer MEP György Hölvényi said, "The mission has come to...
At plenary session of the European Parliament on Tuesday, MEPs adopted the report on “Towards an EU strategy to promote education for children in the world.” MEP György Hölvényi contributed to the preparation of the report on behalf of the Committee on Development.
High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission Josep Borrell has appointed MEP György Hölvényi, Member of the European Parliament, as Chief Observer of the Mission, reported the European External Action Service in a press release on Wednesday.
The EU needs to recognise that we can only make progress where our African partners are open to change”, said MEP György Hölvényi, Coordinator for EPP Group Coordinator in the Committee on Development, at the plenary session of the EP on EU-Africa relations