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We are helping Romania to use EU funds in the most efficient way
We are helping Romania to use EU funds in the most efficient way
29.11.2018 | European Parliament

The EP committee votes on the common provisions regulation of the European Structural and Investment Funds for the 2021-2027 budget cycle has ended with a number of positive results for Romania. According to Csaba Sógor, the most important outcome is that the EU funding for Member States has increased and the committee has decided on more favourable conditions for terms of use.


Community leaders from Háromszék/Trei Scaune visited the European Parliament
Community leaders from Háromszék/Trei Scaune visited the European Parliament
23.11.2018 | European Parliament

Women from Háromszék, who are actively working to achieve community goals, visited the European Parliament on Thursday. Csaba Sógor hosted the members of the RMDSZ Women’s Organization of Háromszék in Brussels.


MEP’s call for the protection of national and ethnic minorities
MEP’s call for the protection of national and ethnic minorities
12.12.2018 |

The plenary of the European Parliament adopted a new report, which emphasizes the protection of national and ethnic minorities. MEP’s call on the European Commission and the Member States, to address more efficiently the issue of protecting minorities. According to Csaba Sógor, national minorities have been expecting such a report for many years.


Csaba Sógor: European Labour Authority protects the interest of those who work abroad
Csaba Sógor: European Labour Authority protects the interest of those who work abroad
21.11.2018 | European Parliament

The European Parliament’s Committee on Employment and Social Affairs voted on the establishment of a European Labour Authority. The plenary adopted the report on Tuesday. The document includes MEP Csaba Sógor’s proposal as well, which requires the new authority to deal with the abolition of discrimination against workers coming from other Member States and step up against labour exploitation.


The European Social Fund should respond more effectively to labour market and social challenges
The European Social Fund should respond more effectively to labour market and social challenges
23.11.2018 | European Parliament

On Monday afternoon, the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) voted on the priorities of the European Social Fund (ESF). The adopted report includes a number of proposed amendments of MEP Csaba Sógor, which highlight the aspects of lagging regions and the point of view of disadvantaged social groups.


The LIBE Committee of the European Parliament calls for a framework convention about the protection of national minorities
The LIBE Committee of the European Parliament calls for a framework convention about the protection of national minorities
11.10.2018 | European Parliament

On Wednesday, the most comprehensive report on the protection of national minorities has been adopted by the LIBE Committee of the European Parliament. According to Csaba Sógor, the report urges a number of problems that the Hungarian community in Romania faces day by day. The report confirms of the need for a minority protection framework in the EU.


The future of medical training in Hungarian is in danger
The future of medical training in Hungarian is in danger
24.04.2018 | Education

Romania will be considerably affected by a trade war with the U.S.
Romania will be considerably affected by a trade war with the U.S.
19.03.2018 | European Parliament

Romania belongs to those EU countries that will be considerably affected by the U.S. duties on steel and aluminium imports from the EU, declared MEP Iuliu WINKLER, Vice-Chair of the Committee on International Trade (INTA) in the European Parliament, in a press conference in Deva, on Monday.