"A voice for Scotland”
The broadcast from Irainian state TV below reports on a visit to the European Parliament by PMOI head Maryam Rajavi, demonstrating the hysteria gripping the government since the Parliament voted to pass a resolution criticising the regime's human rights record.
Iranian reaction to European Parliament Resolution underlines the need for a continuing firm policy against the regime, says Scots MEP
On Thursday 3 April, the European Parliament adopted a moderately critical resolution on Iran causing a hysterical and unprecedented hostile reaction from the mullah's regime.
High-level talks aimed at securing a future fisheries partnership agreement between the EU and Somalia took place in Brussels on the 2nd and 3rd of April, brokered by Scottish Conservative Euro MP Struan Stevenson. Struan arranged for the President of Somalia, His Excellency Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud, together with a team of Somali government ministers, to meet with Development Commissioner Andris Piebalgs and Fisheries Commissioner Maria Damanaki.
Speaking after the meetings, Struan Stevenson said:
A European Union institutional Task Force on multiannual plans (MAPs), co-chaired by Scottish Conservative Euro MP Struan Stevenson, Senior Vice President of the European Parliament’s Fisheries Committee, has delivered its final report which charts the way forward to the eventual introduction of multiannual plans under the newly reformed Common Fisheries Policy.
In a video message on the occasion of Iranian New Year, Struan, the president of Delegation for Relations with Iraq at the European Parliament, wished Iran to be free of tyranny of mullahs.
Struan discusses Baroness Catherine Ashton's recent ill-judged visit to Iran.
0% of seafood consumption in the EU comes from aquaculture, 25% from EU catches and 65% from imports from third countries (both capture fisheries and aquaculture). Aquaculture can fill this gap to make us less reliant on imports and put less pressure on wild fisheries.
Struan discusses the deteriorating human rights situation in Iraq.
At a meeting of the European Parliament’s European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Group yesterday (Tuesday 18 February) afternoon in Brussels, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy confirmed the view of European Commission President José Manuel Barroso that he expressed to Andrew Marr this past Sunday where he cast considerable doubt on the ability of Scotland to regain its membership of the European Union in the event of independence.
A high-level conference involving some of the most prominent political and religious leaders in Iraq, was held in the European Parliament, Brussels, on Wednesday 19th February.