Preparing for the World Humanitarian Summit: Challenges and opportunities for humanitarian assistance (A8-0332/2015 – Enrique Guerrero Salom)

Situation in Hungary: follow-up to the European Parliament Resolution of 10 June 2015 (B8-1349/2015, B8-1351/2015, B8-1351/2015, B8-1358/2015, B8-1359/2015, B8-1360/2015, B8-1361/2015)
December 16, 2015
EU-China relations (A8-0350/2015 – Bas Belder)
December 16, 2015

Ilhan Kyuchyuk (ALDE ), in writing

I supported the resolution because for one reason or another, there are ongoing humanitarian crises all over the world. In this context, upcoming world humanitarian summit is our opportunity to change not only the life of affected people but also to bring back humanity and human rights at the top of our agenda. Seen in this light the EU as the biggest aid donor in the world and human rights champion, must take the leading role in upcoming meeting. Perhaps what is more important is the fact that as a leading power at the summit the EU must offer to the summit participants new innovative measures, policies and instruments to tackle ongoing humanitarian crises. Leadership is not an easy thing therefore we must prepare for it if we would like to continue to be world’s leading humanitarian power.

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