29/01/2020 | 18:48:04 Thank you very much, Mr President. I would also like to thank the rapporteur, Mr Tiny KOX, for this report, and also Mr MANIERO for his opinion on the report. Both are exactly in line with what we decided here by a large majority last June. Most of the amendments attempt, so to speak, to leave this line again, and I think it is very right that we should continue along this path. I would like to mention this again, because many things are now being addressed which do not belong here in this... 29/01/2020 | 17:26:07 Thank you very much, Mr President. Mr President, I too would like to thank the rapporteur, Frank Schwabe, for this excellent report. I would also like to thank, once again — as some people have already done, but I think it is important — those who have been involved in the process, starting with Mr Nicoletti, who started this brainstorming process two years ago, when we were considering how to get out of the situation. Also Mrs Maury PASQUIER and the others who were involved. I believe that... 30/09/2019 | 16:27:03 Thank you, Mr President. On the progress report, I would first like to thank Ms Nicole TRISSE for the presentation. You have also addressed many important issues. It is always the case when we discuss the progress report here every three months, that we see developments that are actually progress. In other areas you can put question marks there. I would also like to reiterate the points you have raised that there has been some progress in Russian-Ukrainian relations since the last session, e... 24/06/2019 | 18:02:32 Thank you very much, Madam President, Mrs Rapporteur, Mr President, Commissioner, ladies and gentlemen, I would first like to warmly congratulate you on this report, which is the end product of a long process, a long discussion process. I will also support this report. You just have to see, and there is no getting around the fact that the Council of Europe is in an institutional crisis on this issue. We have been discussing this for a long time, we have created a situation in which the...
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