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Kelly: EU must send funds to Ukraine Whether Orbán likes it or not

Published: Thu, 18 January 2024

In a resolute stance, Sean Kelly, MEP for Ireland South, has called for swift action and substantial aid for Ukraine to support the country facing Russian aggression, ahead of a crucial extraordinary meeting of EU leaders on February 1st. “2024 is poised to be a year of global democratic significance, yet the reality is that […]

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MEP Kelly condemns “indiscriminate” bombing of Gaza

Published: Tue, 16 January 2024

Sean Kelly, MEP for Ireland South, has condemned the “indiscriminate” bombing of Gaza and called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, in a speech to the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Tuesday evening. MEP Kelly, with almost 15 years of dedicated service as an MEP, expressed his deep concern over the devastating impact of the […]

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MEPs back new EU rules for buildings’ energy performance

Published: Mon, 15 January 2024

Seán Kelly MEP has welcomed the European Parliament’s Industry, Research and Energy Committee’s vote in favour of new rules to improve the energy efficiency of buildings across the EU (37 votes in favour, 20 against, 6 abstentions).  “Buildings account for over one-third of greenhouse gas emissions in the EU. We cannot ignore our building stock […]

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Kelly commends growing international appreciation for Waterford

Published: Fri, 12 January 2024

Sean Kelly, MEP for Ireland South, has described recent accolades bestowed on Waterford City as recognition of the city’s “beautiful natural resources and historical richness”. MEP Kelly added that residents “should be very proud of the growing international appreciation for what Waterford offers.” The city was officially awarded the prestigious title of European City of […]

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Kerry MEP optimistic of purchase of picturesque Conor Pass

Published: Tue, 09 January 2024

Sean Kelly, MEP for Ireland South, expresses optimism as the Government moves closer to securing the picturesque Conor Pass in Co Kerry. “The negotiations, ongoing for months, appear to be getting closer to the purchase of the property by the state. This would be a very positive outcome, especially for the tourism sector”, said Kelly. […]

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