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Migration: Kelly calls for more coordinated, humane approach

Published: Thu, 30 April 2015

“Up to 1,500 migrants have died trying to reach Europe’s shores in 2015 so far. Of the approximate 219,000 migrants who crossed the Mediterranean Sea seeking asylum in Europe last year, some 3,500 drowned at sea,” Seán Kelly MEP said in Strasbourg today, in discussing the migration crisis facing the EU. MEP Kelly, the Leader […]

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Ireland needs to diversify its energy supply – Kelly tells Dublin GIE conference

Published: Fri, 24 April 2015

Ireland needs to diversify its energy supply for greater energy security and competitiveness, Seán Kelly MEP told the Annual Conference of Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) in Dublin today (Thursday). In opening the conference, Mr Kelly stressed the importance of natural gas to our energy mix and called on the European Commission to play a leading […]

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Increase support for Ireland’s 15,000 women entrepreneurs – Kelly

Published: Thu, 23 April 2015

Seán Kelly MEP hosts Brussels conference aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship amongst women Seán Kelly MEP (Ireland South) has called for increased support for the 15,000 Irish women entrepreneurs starting new businesses every year. “There are now about 15,000 women starting new business in Ireland every year and the latest statistics suggest 10 percent of women […]

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Ireland South group meets MEP Kelly at European Parliament

Published: Thu, 23 April 2015

Seán Kelly MEP welcomed a Visitor’s Group to the European Parliament (EP) in Brussels last week. The 50-strong group was made up of individuals, a women’s network and a students’ group, representing the counties of Limerick, Tipperary, Cork, Kerry, Wexford and Clare.

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“TTIP negotiations gather pace”- MEP Kelly

Published: Mon, 20 April 2015

EU-US trade deal would significantly boost Irish exports Seán Kelly MEP welcomed continued negotiations on the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal, which could significantly boost Irish exports, as the latest round of negotiations got underway in New York today (Monday).

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