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European Parliament
Implementation of the Common Security and Defence
Policy - annual report 2020
Sven Mikser
AFET/SEDE draft report: PE657.487v03-00
AFET/SEDE amendments: PE660.086v04-00 and PE660.087v04-00
COMP 1 on PARA 1
Covers AM 16 (EPP - Zovko), AM 17 (Greens - Neumann), AM 18 (EPP - Nistor), AM 20
(RE - Grošelj, Nart, Paet, Auštrevičius, Grudler, AM 21 (RE - Ştefănuță), AM 22 (RE -
Šimečka), AM 23 (EPP - Danjean)
Motion for a resolution
Recalls the ambition of the EU to be
Recalls the ambition of the EU to be
a global actor for peace, and calls for
global actor for peace and security
its actions and policies to strive for
(AM 23), and calls for its actions and
the maintenance of international
policies to strive for the maintenance
peace and security and support for
of international peace, security,
the rules-based international order;
effective multilateralism (AM 18,
20), cooperation (AM 16), global
(AM 20) and active (AM 18)
support for the rules-based
international order, international law
(AM 18), Human Rights (AM 21)
and democracy (AM 22), in line
with the principles and values of the
UN Charter 
(AM 16, 17) and the
objectives of Article 21 TEU
(AM 17);

COMP 2 on PARA 2, PARA 2a (new) and on PARA 2b new, 2c new and 2d new
Covers AM  26 (RE - Loiseau,  Grudler,  Grošelj,  Auštrevičius,  Nart,  Paet), AM  28 (ECR -
Vondra,  Aguilar,  Saryusz-Wolski,  Fotyga,  Waszczykowski,  Dzhambazki,  Kanko), AM  29
(Zovko), AM 30 (RE - Grošelj, Paet, Auštrevičius, Grudler), AM 31 (Greens - Neummann),
AM  32 (EPP - Danjean),  AM  33 (Weimers), AM  34 (S&D - Androulakis,  Papadakis,
Mavrides), AM 35 (EPP McAllister), AM 36 (EPP - Juknevičienė, Lexmann, Terras, Olekas,
Kubilius),  AM  37 (RE - Tudorache), AM  38 (ECR - Fragkos,  Dzhambazki,  Weimers) and
(PARA 2a new), 40 (EPP - Danjean), 41 (EPP - Danjean), AM 42 (EPP - Danjean), 46 (RE -
Groothuis, Azmani, Grošelj, Petras Auštrevičius, Nart), AM 47 (S&D - Mikser, Manda, Ara-
Kovács, Santos, Olekas, Androulakis, Ušakovs, López, Picula, Kati Piri, Yoncheva, Mavrides,
Papadakis,  Sánchez  Amor), AM 215 (EPP - Băsescu), AM 225 (RE - Paet,  Grošelj,
Auštrevičius,  Groothuis), AM 342 (EPP - Mandl), AM 450 (ECR - Vondra,  Fotyga,
Waszczykowski, Aguilar, Saryusz-Wolski, Dzhambazki)
Motion for a resolution
Stresses that, given the current and
Stresses that, given the current,
increasing multi-faceted threats the
(AM 37) increasing multi-faceted
EU could face in a highly multipolar
threats to global regional and
world with unreliable superpowers,
national security and stability
only the combined weight of the
(AM 31) the EU could face is facing
Union has the potential to deliver
(AM 32, AM 35) in a highly
peace, human security, sustainable
multipolar and unpredictable
development and democracy;
(AM 30, AM 32) world environment
(AM 32) with unreliable
superpowers more assertive 
(AM 32)
and competing (AM 33) global and
regional powers 
(AM 32) and
shifting alliances, 
(AM 37) only
through (AM 35) the combined
weight of a strong and united
(AM 29) Union and its
Member States 
(AM 32, AM 33), in
close cooperation 
(AM 31, AM 36)
with likeminded democracies
(AM 28, AM 31, AM 36) has will
European actors have 
(AM 35) the
potential to develop a more robust
CSDP in order to play a stronger
(AM 29) and more relevant role on
the international stage 
(AM 32) in
the new geopolitical environment
(AM 29) and to deliver contribute to
(AM 38) peace, human security,
sustainable development, prosperity,
freedom, respect of fundamental
rights and values 
(AM 30and

Notes that the lasting deterioration
in the Union’s strategic
environment is directly or indirectly
affecting the security of its Member
States and its citizens 
(AM 40);
underlines that, in this unstable and
unpredictable environment, the
(AM 41) combined (AM 46)
has a bigger role to play to (AM 41)
ensure the security of its Member
(AM 34), citizens and values
from multilateral threats, risks and
(AM 41);
Notes the European Union's
objective of developing a European
strategic autonomy, 
(AM 215)
ambition based on the ability of the
Union to independently assess
(AM 42) a crisis situation (AM 26),
take autonomous decisions
(AMs 26, 42) and on its capacity to
act autonomously 
(AMs 46, 52)
where circumstances require, in
order to defend its interests and
values, in the full respect of
(AM 42) and of its
strategic partners 
(AM 26), while
respecting the principle of
complementarity with NATO
(AM 215, AM 225);
While calling on the VP / HR and
the Council to provide a common
(AM 215) formal (AM 450)
definition of strategic autonomy and
to define very clearly its objectives,
means and resources for
(AM 215); considers
the ability to act autonomously as an
important mean 
(AM 47) for the EU
to strengthen EUs multilateral
(AM 225), make it less
vulnerable to external threats
(AM 225) and be a more reliable
partner in a multilateral rules-based
(AM 47);
Believes that the COVID-19
pandemics has demonstrated the


EU's vulnerability and its (AM 342)
dependency on third states (AMs 26,
342); therefore underlines the even
more important need to intensify the
EU's efforts towards strategic
autonomy in this context 
(AM 26,
COMP 3 on PARA 3
Covers AM 44 (RE - Loiseau,  Grudler,  Grošelj,  Auštrevičius,  Nart,  Paet), AM  45 (EPP -
Zovko), AM 48 (RE - Šimečka), AM 49 (RE - Grošelj, Paet, Auštrevičius), AM 51 (ECR -
Fragkos, Dzhambazki, Weimers), AM 53 (EPP - Juknevičienė, Lexmann, Terras, Kubilius),
AM 54 (ECR - Weimers)
Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the progress made in the
Notes (AM 54) some (AM 44)
implementation of the Common
progress made in the implementation
Security and Defence Policy;
of the Common Security and
welcomes the fact that the EU
Defence Policy; welcomes the fact
remains committed to increasing its
that the EU remains committed to
ability to act as a global security
increasing its global presence and
provider through its CSDP missions
(AM 45) ability to act as global
and operations, to supporting
security promoter and (AM 49)
sustainable peace and prosperity and
provider including (AM 53) through
to overcoming conflicts around the
its CSDP missions and operations, to
supporting with the goal of
(AM 45) sustainable
peace, stability, security (AM 45)
and prosperity and to actively
contribute to 
(AM 49) overcoming
and settling 
(AM 51) conflicts
around the world, in particular in
the EU’s neighbourhood (AM 48);
COMP 4 on PARA 4
Covers AM 56 (Greens - Neumann), AM 58 (Mikser & S&Ds), AM 59 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler,
Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet), AM 61 (ECR - Weimers), AM 62 (RE - Grošelj, Nart, Paet,
Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the VP/HR’s
Welcomes the VP/HR’s
announcement that, by the end of
announcement that, by the end of

2020, an analysis will be presented of
2020, an analysis will be presented of
common threats and challenges,
common threats and challenges,
which will provide the basis for
which will provide the basis for
developing a Strategic Compass;
policy discussions with Member
invites the VP/HR to present this
States (AM 61) and for developing a
analysis to the European Parliament
Strategic Compass; notes that the
as soon as possible; notes that the
Strategic Compass will enhance and
Strategic Compass will provide the
guide the implementation of the
orientation and objectives for clearly
EU’s (AM 58) level of ambition as
setting out the Union’s strategic
set out in 2016 and will define
analysis and level of ambition in the
(AM 58) a strategic approach
four key areas of crisis management,
(AM 62) and specific goals and
resilience, capabilities and
objectives (AM 58) in the four key
partnerships no later than 2022;
areas of crisis management,
resilience, capabilities and
partnerships no later than 2022; as
the EU needs to develop illustrative
scenarios for military and civilian
interventions and well prepare their
operational and political levels
(AM 56), hopes that the Strategic
as a first step towards the
development of an EU independent
operational capacity 
(AM 59), will
pave the way towards a more
harmonized strategic culture and
thus facilitate the Union decision-
making (
AM 58);
COMP 5 on PARA 6
Covers AM 70 (S&D - Mikser, Manda, Ara-Kovács, Santos, Olekas, Androulakis, Ušakovs,
Picula,  Piri,  Glucksmann,  Papadakis), AM 71 (NI - Castaldo), AM 72 (RE - Grošelj,  Nart,
Paet, Auštrevičius), AM 74 (EPP - Danjean), AM 75 (ECR - Vondra, Aguilar, Saryusz-Wolski,
Fotyga, Waszczykowski, Dzhambazki, Kanko, Weimers), AM 78 (S&D - Picula), AM 80 (RE
- Paet,  Grošelj,  Auštrevičius,  Groothuis,  Nart,  Loiseau), AM 90 (RE - Grošelj,  Nart,  Paet,
Auštrevičius),  AM  95 (ECR - Vondra,  Aguilar,  Saryusz-Wolski, Waszczykowski,
Dzhambazki, Kanko), AM 136 (EPP - Zovko)
Motion for a resolution
Underlines the importance for the
Underlines the primary (AM 74)
Union of sustainable stability,
geopolitical (AM 80) importance for
security and prosperity in its
the Union of sustainable regional
(AM 71) stability, security and
prosperity and preventing
destabilising processes 
(AM 72) in

its neighbourhood, both East and
(AM 74) and the Arctic (AM
80); stresses the key role played by
the operations EUFOR Althea and
EULEX Kosovo 
(, AM 136) in
promoting stability 
(AM 90,
AM 136,) and security by enhancing
the resilience of countries and
promoting capacity-building 
75) in a region of strategic
importance to the EU 
(AM 78);
welcomes the extension of the
mandates of EULEX Kosovo and
EUAM Ukraine and 
(AM 70)
reiterates the importance (AM 78)
of the EU CSDP involvement in the
Western Balkans and Eastern
(AM 70);
encourages a review of the ongoing
CSDP mission EUAM Ukraine to
determine how it can further

support Ukraine’s security (AM 95);
COMP 6 on PARA 8
Covers AM  91 (EPP - Danjean),  AM  93 (EPP - Zovko),  AM  94 (RE - Paet,  Grošelj,
Auštrevičius, Groothuis, Loiseau)and AM 98 (EPP - Băsescu)
Motion for a resolution
Notes that Russian Federation
Is concerned (AM 94) that Russian
military forces are still occupying
Federation military forces are still
large parts of Ukraine and Georgia in
occupying large parts of Ukraine and
violation of international law;
Georgia in violation of international
express concerns about Russia’s role
law, that they are still present in
in destabilising peace and security in
(AM 93) the Republic of Moldova
the region;
(AM 98), and that Russia continues
to destabilise 
(AMs 91/ 94) peace
and security in the region; expresses
concern of the unprecedented scale
of state-sponsored disinformation
campaigns in the Eastern
(AM 93); continues
to condemn Russia´s military
intervention and illegal annexation
of the Crimean peninsula and the


keeping of the frozen conflict in
Moldova; stresses the need to speak
with one voice on the EUs policy in
that context 
(AM 94);
COMP 7 on PARA 8a (new)
Covers AM 100 (S&D - Papadakis, Mavrides, Androulakis, Incir), AM 109 (S&D - Papadakis,
Mavrides, Androulakis, Incir), AM 128 (RE - Grošelj, Groothuis, Auštrevičius)
Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the cessation of hostilities
in and around Nagorno-Karabakh;
underlines with concerns the
military involvement of third
countries in the conflict 
(AM 100)
and notably the destabilizing role
and interference of Turkey (AM
109, 128)
calls for an
international investigation into the
alleged presence of foreign fighters
(AM 109) and use of cluster
munitions and phosphorous
bombs; calls on the European
Union and international bodies to
ensure that there is no impunity
for war crimes in Nagorno-
Karabakh and for the use of
prohibited weapons in the
Nagorno-Karabakh conflict; insists
on the need to allow humanitarian
aid to get through, to proceed
without delay with the exchange of
prisoners and casualties, and on
the need to preserve the cultural
heritage of Nagorno-Karabakh

COMP 8 on PARA 9
Covers AM 91 (EPP - Danjean), AM 101 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Auštrevičius, Groothuis),
AM  107 (S&D - Androulakis,  Papadakis,  Mavrides), AM  108 (RE -
Loiseau,  Grudler,
Auštrevičius, Groothuis), AM 113 (RE - Groothuis, Azmani, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Paet, Nart),
AM 116 
(ECR - Fragkos, Dzhambazki, Weimers)
Motion for a resolution

Is extremely concerned by, and
Is extremely concerned by, and
strongly condemns, the threats of
strongly condemns, and the illegal
military action against EU Member
activities and (AM 116) threats of
States by Turkey in the Eastern
military action against EU Member
States by Turkey in the Eastern
Mediterranean; notes with concerns
that the 
(AM 91) unilateral (AM
107) actions led by Turkey (AM 91)
despite the efforts for de-escalation
are violating international law 
107) and directly affecting some EU
Member States' sovereignty 
(AM 91,
AM 101); reiterates the Union’s
readiness to use all instruments and
options at its disposal, including in
accordance with Article 29 TEU and
Article 215 TFEU, in order to
defend its interests and those of its
Member States 
(AM 108); recalls
the recent Council conclusions on
Eastern Mediterranean and calls for
a new comprehensive EU-Turkey
(AM 113)
COMP 9 on PARA 10 and PARA 10a (new)
Covers (PARA 10) AM 45 (EPP - Zovko), AM 130 (EPP - Danjean), AM 132 (NI - Castaldo),
AM  133 
(EPP - Gál),  AM  134 (S&D - Mikser,  Manda,  Ara-Kovács,  Santos,  Olekas,
Androulakis, Ušakovs, López, Picula, Mavrides, Papadakis, Sánchez Amor), AM 202 (EPP -
Danjean) and (PARA 10a new) AM 44 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart,
Paet), AM 166 (EPP - Rasa Juknevičienė, Miriam Lexmann, Riho Terras, Andrius Kubilius),
AM 189 (RE - Tudorache), AM 204 (EPP - Danjean)
Motion for a resolution
Notes that the Union is currently
Considers that CSDP is notably
deploying 11 civilian and six military
based on the Union’s capacity to
missions, of which, in the case of the
deploy civilian and military missions
latter, three are executive and three
and operations in crisis situations
are non-executive missions;
affecting the Union and its Member
States security or requiring an
international intervention according
to international law and UN charter
and resolutions 
(AM 130); notes that

the Union is currently deploying 11
civilian and six military missions and
(AM 134), of which, in
the case of the latter, three are
executive (ATALANTA,
and three are non-
executive missions (AM 134)
(EUTM Mali, EUTM Somalia,
(AM 130); reminds
that the mandates of the CSDP
missions aim amongst others to
foster security sector reform,
advance justice reform, and
strengthen military and police
(AM 45); recommends a
proper evaluation of the missions
(AM 132) and operations on a
regular basis (AM 202) in order to
(AM 132) where their
effectiveness could be further
(AM 133); stresses the
importance for missions to be
deployed in a more rapid, flexible
and coherent manner 
(AM 202);
10a. Notes unfortunately that there is
still a lack of political willingness of
some Member States to participate
in EU CSDP missions and
operations in a significant and
credible manner 
(AM 44),
underlines the importance to make
missions and operations more
robust, both in terms of human
resources and mandates; 
calls on
Member States to prioritise increase
(AM 166) the contribution of forces
and assets to all CSDP missions and
operations, addressing in particular
the existing shortfalls, as the issue of
financing for CSDP missions and
operations is crucial to their
(AM 204) and as
especially in times of crisis, and of
potential rising tensions and
conflicts, the budget for CSDP
should not be undermined
(AM 189);

COMP 10 on PARA 11
Covers AM 143 (EPP - Danjean), AM  146 (S&D - Mikser,  Manda,  Ara-Kovács,  Santos,
Olekas,  Androulakis,  Ušakovs,  López,  Picula,  Glucksmann,  Mavrides,  Papadakis,  Sánchez
Amor), AM 147 (EPP - Zovko), AM 148 (NI - Castaldo), AM 149 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler,
Auštrevičius,  Nart,  Paet), AM 150 (ECR - Vondra,  Aguilar,  Saryusz-Wolski,  Fotyga,
Waszczykowski, Dzhambazki, Kanko, Weimers)
Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the regionalisation
Encourages the efforts made
process which has been launched
regarding (AM 143) the
with the aim of making the EU action
regionalisation process which has
more effective across the G5 Sahel
been launched through the Regional
country borders;
Advisory and Coordination Cell
(RACC) (AM 149) and the decision
of the Council of 12 February 2019
to make it enter its second phase,
thus reinforcing the EU regional
approach in the Sahel, 
(AM 146)
notably in EUTM Mali by extending
its scope to 
(AM 149) G5 Sahel
countries, with the aim of making the
EU action more effective and
(AM 143) across the G5
Sahel country borders, of supporting
cross-border cooperation thus
making the work of EUCAP Sahel
Mali, EUCAP Sahel Niger and
EUTM Mali more effective
(AM 146); calls for renaming it
EUTM Sahel (AM 149); notes that
coherence and security cooperation
with African countries is crucial in
achieving stability and long-term
development of the continent
(AM 147); is of the opinion that
regionalization of the CSDP
approach in Sahel is relevant but
requires clearer organisation
between the already existing CSDP
civilian and military missions, local
actors and other international

organisations (United Nations’
MINUSMA peacekeeping mission,
Operation Barkhane led by the
French military) 
(AM 143) to
ensure operational synergy 

150) and coordinated efforts at the
Union level 
(AM 148);

COMP 11 on PARA 11a (new)
Covers AM 153 (S&D - Mikser, Manda, Ara-Kovács, Santos, Olekas, Androulakis, Ušakovs,
López, Picula, Glucksmann, Mavrides, Papadakis, Sánchez Amor), AM 156 (RE - Loiseau,
Grudler, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM 199 (EPP - Danjean)
Motion for a resolution
11 a. Is concerned about the ongoing
disinformation campaign towards
the EU in CAR; calls on the VP/HR
to take actions in order to efficiently
identify its origin and to counter
such attacks 
(AM 156); welcomes
the launch of EUAM RCA with a
view to support the Central African
Republic security sector reform, and
the extension of the mandate of
EUTM RCA; considers that the
Union needs to quickly and
effectively improve its capacities of
delivering equipment in addition to
the training provided by the EUCAP
and EUTM missions 
(AM 199);
notes that the set-up of the
European Peace Facility would
ensure a comprehensive approach to
the capability-building of our

partner’s forces; (AM 153)
Underlines that assertive (AM 153),
present and active foreign 
(AM 156)
actors, who do not necessarily share
the same ethical principles as the
Union and its Member States, fill
the capacity gap 
(AM 199) and are
involved in equipping those forces
(AM 153), without any respect for
the rule of law and international
(AM 199);
COMP 12 on PARA 12
Covers AM 157 (EPP - Zovko), AM 158 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart,
Paet), AM 162 (S&D - Androulakis, Papadakis, Mavrides), AM 164 (ECR - Vondra, Aguilar,
Saryusz-Wolski, Fotyga, Waszczykowski, Dzhambazki, Kanko), AM 165 (EPP - McAllister),
AM 166 (EPP - Juknevičienė, Lexmann, Terras, Kubilius), AM 170 (Greens - Neumann)

Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the launch of Operation
Welcomes the launch of Operation
EUNAVFOR MED Irini, which is
EUNAVFOR MED Irini, which is
aimed at contributing to sustainable
aimed at contributing to sustainable
peace and stability by supporting the
peace, security (AM 157) and
implementation of the arms embargo
stability by supporting the
on Libya in accordance with UNSCR
implementation of the arms embargo
2526 (2020); calls on Member States
on Libya in accordance with UNSCR
to prioritise the contribution of forces
2526 (2020), the training of Libyan
and assets to all CSDP missions and
coastguard and disrupting human
operations, addressing in particular
trafficking; specifically invites urges
the existing shortfalls; specifically
(AM 158) Member States to urgently
invites Member States to urgently
assign the intelligence, surveillance,
assign the intelligence, surveillance,
reconnaissance constabulary and
reconnaissance and constabulary
naval (AM 162) assets needed to
assets needed to boost Operation
boost Operation Irini’s up until now
Irini’s capabilities; calls on the
limited (AMs 162, 166) capabilities
VP/HR to make full use of EU assets
and encourages stronger
in this domain, in particular EU
cooperation with NATO’s ongoing
satellite and intelligence centres;
maritime operation Sea Guardian,
as well as cooperation with regional
(AM 164); reminds of
international obligations regarding
search and rescue at sea 
(AM 170);
calls on the VP/HR to make full use
of EU assets in this domain, in
particular the (AM 165) EU satellite
centre and the EU (AM 165)
intelligence centre; welcomes the
ongoing progress towards the
stabilisation of the situation in
Libya, calls on the EU 
(AM 158) to
assume an active role 
in the
mediation process so as to
contribute to setting up the
necessary foundations for a
peaceful, stable, and democratic
(AM 157);
COMP 13 on PARA 13
Covers AM 172 (EPP - Gahler), AM 173 (EPP - Juknevičienė, Lexmann, Terras, Kubilius),
AM 174 
(RE - Grošelj, Groothuis, Loiseau, Paet, Auštrevičius)
Motion for a resolution
Notes that the strategic review of the
Notes that the strategic review of the

Military Planning and Conduct
Military Planning and Conduct
Capability (MPCC) is to be initiated
Capability (MPCC) is to be initiated
in 2020 and that, given the impact of
in 2020 and that, given the impact of
this review on the command and
this review on the planning
control of military missions and
(AM 173), command and control of
operations, calls on the VP/HR to
military missions and operations,
keep Parliament informed of the
calls on the VP/HR to keep
options chosen in a timely manner;
Parliament informed of the available
(AM 174) chosen (AM 174)
options in a timely manner; reiterates
that the EU requires a permanent
and fully-fledged military command
structure in order to be able to act
autonomously and therefore calls on
the Council to implement such a
(AM 172);
COMP 14 on PARA 14
Covers AM 175 (Greens - Neumann), AM 176 (EPP - Danjean), AM 178 (EPP - McAlllister),
AM 179 
(S&D - Mikser, Manda, Ara-Kovács, Santos, Olekas, Androulakis, Ušakovs, López,
Picula,  Yoncheva,  Mavrides,  Papadakis,  Sánchez  Amor), AM  181 (RE - Loiseau,  Grudler,
Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis)
Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the overall progress made
Takes note (AM 176) the overall
in implementing the Civilian CSDP
progress and efforts (AM 176) made
Compact, which is aimed at making
in implementing the Civilian CSDP
civilian CSDP more capable, more
Compact, which is aimed at making
effective, flexible and responsive
civilian CSDP more capable, more
both at the national level by
effective, flexible and responsive
developing and implementing
both at the national level by
National Implementation Plans to
developing and implementing
increase national contributions to
National Implementation Plans to
civilian CSDP, and at the EU level
increase national contributions to
through the development of a Joint
civilian CSDP, and at the EU level
Action Plan; calls for the full
through the development of a Joint
implementation of the Civilian CSDP
Action Plan; calls for the full
Compact by early summer 2023;
implementation of the Civilian CSDP
invites all relevant actors to intensify
Compact by early summer 2023;
cooperation and to continue
notes capability challenges faced by
strengthening synergies between the
civilian CSDP as regards the
civilian and military missions
availability of sufficient numbers of
deployed in the same theatre;
police, judges, prosecutors, other
welcomes the German Presidency’s
justice and civilian security sector
announcement on creating a Centre
experts (AM 175)is of the opinion

for Excellence for Civil Crisis
that the EU must pursue its
comprehensive evaluation of the
EUCAP Sahel Mali, EUCAP Sahel
Niger, EUCAP Somalia and EUAM
RCA civilian missions in terms of
their mandates, budgets and human
resources, in order to make them
fully operational and effective
(AM 176); calls on Member States
to provide a detailed annual review
taking stock of progress in
implementing the civilian CSDP
(AM 175); calls (AM 181)
all relevant actors to intensify
cooperation and to continue
(AM 181) synergies
between the civilian and military
missions deployed in the same
theatre, especially in relevance to
mobility and secure digital
(AM 178); welcomes
the creation of the 
Centre for
Excellence for Civilian (AM 179)
Crisis Management which has been
opened in September 2020 and
encourages member states to
actively participate in its work;

COMP 15 on PARA 15
Covers AM  184 (RE - Ştefănuță), AM  185 (EPP - Gál), AM  187 (RE - Loiseau,  Grudler,
Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM 188 (S&D - Mikser, Manda, Ara-Kovács,
Santos, Olekas, Androulakis, Ušakovs, López, Picula, Piri, Glucksmann, Mavrides, Papadakis,
Sánchez Amor), AM 190 (EPP - Zovko)
Motion for a resolution
Commends the continuity of the
Commends the continuity and
CSDP missions and operations
maintained presence (AM 185) of
despite the very challenging
the CSDP missions and operations
environment caused by the COVID-
despite the very challenging
19 pandemic; suggests that the
environment and negative impact
budget, planning and equipment of
(AM 184) caused by the COVID-19
EU CSDP missions and operations
pandemic; urges (AM 187) that the
be assessed in the light of the lessons
budget, resources (AM 184),
learnt from COVID-19;
planning and equipment of EU CSDP
missions and operations be assessed
and adjusted (AM 184) in the light of

the lessons learnt from COVID-19 to
make sure the operational
effectiveness is maintained
(AM 184); underlines the
importance for the EU to consider
what more could be done to
minimize and manage the risk of
staff being infected 
(AM 184);
expresses severe concern about the
negative amplifying impact of
COVID-19 on existing crises and
believes it is imperative for the EU
to preventing COVID-19 from
challenging many years of progress
in peace-building 
(AM 190); is
alarmed at the wave of
disinformation notably against EU
CSDP missions and operations in
times of COVID pandemic;
underlines the need for the EU to
reinforce its strategic
communication tools and public
diplomacy, notably in countries
where CSDP missions and
operations are deployed 
(AM 188);
COMP 16 on PARA 16
Covers AM  192 (RE - Auštrevičius,  Nart,  Paet,  Grošelj,  Loiseau,  Groothuis,  Tudorache,
Grudler), AM 194 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM
(EPP - Danjean), AM 197 (RE - Grošelj, Groothuis, Nart, Paet, Auštrevičius), AM 198
(RE - Tudorache)
Motion for a resolution
Recognises the role played by
Recognises the role played
civilian and military CSDP missions
contribution made (AM 195) by
) in maintaining peace, avoiding
civilian and military CSDP missions
conflicts and strengthening
in maintaining peace, avoiding
international security; urges the EU
conflicts stability (AM 195, AM 197)
to enhance its institutional capacities
and strengthening international
for conflict prevention and
security and supporting third
mediation; calls for conflict-sensitive
countries in fighting against
and people-centred approaches which
terrorism (AM 194); urges the EU to
put human security at the core of EU
enhance its institutional capacities for
conflict prevention and mediation;
calls for more proactive approach in
resolution of protracted conflicts in

the immediate EU’s neighbourhood;

calls for (AM 192) conflict-sensitive
and people-centred approaches which
put human security and rights
(AM 198) at the core of EU
COMP 17 on PARA 17
Covers AM 55 (EPP - Zovko), AM 199 (EPP - Danjean), AM 206 (NI - Castaldo), AM 207
(RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet), AM 208 (EPP - Loiseau, Grudler,
Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet), AM 209 (Greens - Neumann), AM 213 (ECR - Fragkos,
Dzhambazki),  AM  214 (S&D - Mikser,  Manda,  Ara-Kovács,  Santos,  Olekas,  Androulakis,
Ušakovs, López, Picula, Yoncheva, Mavrides, Papadakis, Sánchez Amor)
Motion for a resolution
Calls for the swift adoption and
Calls for the swift adoption and
implementation of the European
implementation of the European
Peace Facility, in full compliance
Peace Facility, aimed at increasing
with the Common Position, human
the effectiveness of EU missions,
rights and humanitarian law, and
supporting its partners and
with effective transparency
contributing to peace operations;
provisions, such as the publication of
underlines that this instrument
a detailed list of military equipment
would finance part of the costs of
provided to partner countries under
EU defence activities, including the
the Facility;
joint costs of CSDP military
operations and those relating to
military capacity-building for
(AMs 55, 208) in countries
in which the EU is intervening 
207) and should therefore be
endowed with a budget large
enough to efficiently address the
current challenges relating to
training, operations, missions,
projects and military equipment
including weapons, munitions and
(AMs 199, 207), in full
compliance with the eight criteria of
(AM 209) Common Position,
international (AM 213, AM 214)
human rights and humanitarian law,
and with effective transparency
provisions, as listed in its
recommendation of 28 March 2019
on the establishment of the European
Peace Facility; recalls the need to

carry out comprehensive ex-ante
risk assessments 
(AM 209) and to
closely monitor the use by the
recipient countries, in particular in
regions affected by high volatility of
the political landscape and great
permeability of national borders,
and to put in place the necessary
(AM 206) at EU level
(AM 209) preventing the acquisition
of these arms by terrorist groups
and other malicious actors
(AM 206);
COMP 18 on PARA 17a new
Covers AM 154 (GREENS - Neumann), AM 200 (S&D - Mikser, Manda, Ara-Kovács, Santos,
Androulakis, Ušakovs, López, Picula, Glucksmann, Mavrides, Papadakis, Sánchez Amor)
Motion for a resolution
17a Welcomes the announcement in the
State of the Union 2020 letter of
intent of a Joint communication on
a strategic approach to support the
disarmament, demobilisation and
reintegration of ex-combatants in
2021, as a timely revision of the
2006 EU Concept for Support to
DDR; underlines the importance of
security sector reform as a priority
notably for our civilian CSDP
(AM 200), which should
have at its main objective to
implement the human security
(AM 154); stresses that
the new strategic approach on DDR
needs to ensure consistency between
CSDP instruments and EU
development aid; 
(AM 200)

COMP 19 on PARA 18
Covers AM 218 (EPP - Zovko), AM 220 (S&D - Mikser, Manda, Ara-Kovács, Santos, Olekas,
Androulakis, Ušakovs, López, Picula, Mavrides, Papadakis, Sánchez Amor), AM 221 (RE -
Grošelj,  Nart,  Paet,  Auštrevičius,  Grudler), AM  222 (RE - Loiseau,  Grudler,  Grošelj,
Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet)
Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the EU capability
Welcomes the EU capability
development initiatives, such as
development initiatives, such as
EDIDP, PESCO and the future
CARD (AM 220), PESCO and the
European Defence Fund (EDF), as
future European Defence Fund
they can contribute to greater
(EDF) and its precursor
coherence, coordination and
programmes PADR and EDIDP
interoperability in implementing the
(AM 220), as they can contribute to
EU CSDP and consolidating
greater coherence, coordination,
solidarity, cohesion and the resilience
interoperability in implementing the
of the Union;
EU CSDP and paving the way
towards fulfilling the Petersburg
Tasks and 
(AM 218) consolidating
solidarity, cohesion, the resilience
and the strategic autonomy
(AMs 221, 222) of the Union;
COMP 20 on PARA 19
Covers AM  229 (ECR - Vondra,  Fotyga,  Waszczykowski,  Aguilar,  Saryusz-Wolski,
Dzhambazki, Kanko), AM 231 (RE - Grošelj, Nart, Loiseau, Paet, Auštrevičius), AM 232 (NI
- Castaldo), AM 236 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Nart, Paet)
Motion for a resolution
Notes that it is crucial to enhance the
Notes that it is crucial to enhance the
coherence and consistency of EU
coherence, inclusiveness (AM 232),
defence planning and development
coordination (AM 231) and
tools and initiatives, so that they
consistency of all (AM 236) EU
create synergies and mutual
defence planning instruments
reinforcement, avoid duplication and
(AM 236) and capability (AM 231)
ensure an efficient and strategic use
development tools and initiatives, so
of resources;
that they create meaningful
(AM 232) synergies and mutual
reinforcement, avoid duplication,
ensure an efficient and strategic use
of resources, ensure interoperability
and facilitate rapid deployment
(AM 229);

Covers AM  226 (ECR - Vondra,  Fotyga,  Waszczykowski,  Aguilar,  Saryusz-Wolski,
Dzhambazki,  Kanko), AM  240 (EPP - Danjean), AM  241 (EPP - Gahler), AM  242 (RE -
Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM 244 (RE - Grošelj, Nart,
Loiseau, Paet, Auštrevičius), AM 245 (NI - Castaldo), AM 246 (S&D - Mikser, Manda, Ara-
Kovács, Santos, Olekas, Androulakis, Ušakovs, López, Picula, Mavrides, Papadakis, Sánchez
Motion for a resolution
Calls for the swift adoption and set-
Calls for the swift adoption and set-
up of the EDF, which will address
up of the EDF, which will address
the capability development priorities
and speed up (AM 244) the common
identified in the EU and thus foster
agreed defence identified in the EU
the EU’s ability to operate as a global
(AM 246) capability development
actor and an international security
priorities in the air, land, maritime,
and cyber domains (AM 245) and
thus foster the EU’s ability to operate
as a global actor and an international
security contributor and (AM 244)
provider; calls on Member States,
the Council and the Commission to
provide adequate funding to the
(AMs 241, 240, 242) and to
focus on structural projects with
high added value, thus facilitating
industrial cooperation between
Member States 
(AM 242) and the
consolidation of a strong European
Defence Technological and
Industrial Base (EDTIB)
strengthening technical, industrial
and strategical capabilities 
240) in order to reinforce EU’s
ability to produce and dispose of
military capabilities autonomously
(AM 242) and to maintain Europe's
technological autonomy in the long-
(AM 240); encourages
defence capability initiatives to
facilitate SME engagement; 

COMP 22 on PARA 21
Covers AM  250 (EPP - Danjean), AM  252 (NI - Castaldo), AM  253 (RE - Grošelj,  Nart,
Auštrevičius), AM 255 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler,  Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet), AM 256
(EPP - Juknevičienė, Lexmann, Terras, Kubilius), AM 257 (EPP - McAllister)
Motion for a resolution
Underlines that third country
Draws attention to the highly
participation in the EDF, in some
sensitive and strategic nature of
specific and exceptional cases when
defence research and the need to
it gives added value to certain
regulate access for entities
projects and is conducted on the basis
controlled by non-EU third parties
of effective reciprocity, should not
to projects financed by the Fund so
undermine the objectives of the EDF;
as to be consistent with the EU
ambition of strategic autonomy;
(AM 250) underlines that third
country participation in the EDF, in
some specific and exceptional
(AM 257) cases when it
brings (AM 255) proven (AM 255)
technological and operational
(AM 253) added value to certain
projects shall be conducted on the
basis of effective reciprocity, shall
not weaken the EU strategic security
(AM 255), should not
undermine the objectives of the EDF
and must be in strictly monitored
compliance with the rules set out in
the EDF Regulation 
(AM 252, AM
256), such as maintenance of the
intellectual property within the EU
(AM 252);
COMP 23 on PARA 22
Covers AM 251 (EPP - Sikorski), AM 258 (RE - Groothuis, Grošelj, Auštrevičius), AM 260
(RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM 265 (RE - Grošelj,
Nart,  Paet,  Auštrevičius), AM  266 (RE - Ştefănuță), AM  268 (EPP - McAllister), AM  269
(EPP - McAllister), AM 272 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet)
Motion for a resolution

Expects the Strategic Review of the
Welcomes (AM 268) the Strategic
first PESCO phase by the end of
Review of the first PESCO phase by
2020; considers PESCO to be an
the end of 2020, including an
instrument that contributes to
insight on the progress of the
sustainable and efficient EU defence
programme and identifying the
cooperation by improving
necessary provisions to make
participating Member States’ defence
PESCO more efficient and goal-
capabilities and interoperability,
oriented (AM 265); considers
especially in terms of the availability,
flexibility and deployability of
PESCO to be an instrument that
contributes to reinforcing (AM 272)
sustainable and efficient EU defence
cooperation and defence integration
(AM 266) by improving participating
Member States’ defence capabilities
and interoperability, especially in
terms of the availability, flexibility
and deployability of forces; recalls
that PESCO projects should help
maximising the effectiveness of
defence spending 
(AM 260);
considers that PESCO should be
used as a complementary tool in

achieving the EU’s goals and make
a contribution to NATO’s (AM 258);
welcomes the recent adoption of the
decision on third country
participation in PESCO, whereas
any such 
exceptional participation
individual PESCO projects must
provide added value (AM 251) for
the EU Member States 
(AM 269)
and to the projects, and contribute
to strengthening PESCO and the
CSDP and to meeting more
demanding commitments, subject to
very strict 
political, substantive and
legal conditions and on the basis of
established and effective reciprocity
(AM 251);
COMP 24 on PARA 23
Covers AM 258 (RE - Groothuis, Grošelj, Auštrevičius), AM 259 (NI - Castaldo), AM 260
(RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM 262 (RE - Loiseau,
Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM 264 (Greens - Neumann), AM 272

(RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet), AM 273 (RE - Ştefănuță), AM 274
(EPP - Danjean), AM 275 (EPP - Gahler), AM 276 (EPP - Sikorski), AM 278 (RE - Grošelj,
Nart, Paet, Auštrevičius)
Motion for a resolution
Calls on participating Member States
Calls on participating Member States
to show full political engagement and
(pMS) to show full political
ensure tangible progress in the swift
engagement, efforts (AM 273) and
and effective implementation of the
strategic (AM 272) ambition
current PESCO projects;
(AM 264), to provide necessary
(AM 278) and to fulfil the
ambitious and binding common
commitments they agreed upon
(AM 260, AM 273) while ensuring
tangible progress in the swift and
effective implementation of the
current PESCO projects; stresses that
the projects in the first wave are
mainly capability-building projects
involving as many Member States as
possible and that the inclusive
nature of PESCO projects should
not lead the participating Member
States to water down their ambitions
(AM 274); is concerned that the
capability gaps and critical
shortfalls, as identified by the
Headline Goal Process through the
Capability Development Plan (CDP)
and the Coordinated Annual Review
on Defence (CARD), would not be
adequately or fully filled and
(AM 272) for conducting
successful military operations
(AM 264); advises to review the
current 47 PESCO projects in order
to verify the progress made, and to
identify those projects which could
(AM 259) clustered, at the
discretion of pMS 
(AM 276);
encourages to focus on PESCO
projects that deliver genuine added
value with a more operational focus
(AM 274), mutually beneficial gain
(AM 276) and strategic enablers to
the Union 
(AM 259), and those with
a strategic dimension that 
future security threats (AM 258);
strongly encourages Member States,


as part of the reform of the EU
Battlegroup (EU BG) system, to
study options to bring it under
PESCO in order to increase its
operational capacity, modularity
and agility, by establishing standing
multinational units dedicated to
fulfilling military tasks as specified
in Article 43 of the TEU and to

enhancing the EU’s ability to
conduct robust crisis management
(AM 262, AM 275)
COMP 25 on PARA 24
Covers AM 282 (RE - Ştefănuță), AM 285 (S&D - Mikser,  Manda,  Ara-Kovács,  Santos,
Olekas, Androulakis, Ušakovs, López, Picula, Yoncheva, Papadakis, Sánchez Amor), AM 286
(EPP - Juknevičienė, Lexmann, Terras, Kubilius), AM 287 (EPP - Băsescu), AM 300 (RE -
Paet, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Loiseau)
Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the progress made in EU-
Welcomes the progress made in EU-
NATO cooperation since the Joint
NATO cooperation since the Joint
Declaration in Warsaw in 2016;
Declaration in Warsaw in 2016;
commends the progress made in
commends the progress made in
implementing the common set of
implementing the common set of
proposals of December 2017, in
proposals of 2016 and 2017, in
particular the intensification of EU-
particular the intensification of EU-
NATO political dialogue at all levels,
NATO political dialogue at all levels,
as well as the structured dialogue on
as well as the structured dialogue on
military mobility, the efforts to
military mobility, the efforts to
ensure greater coherence between the
ensure greater coherence between the
respective defence planning
respective defence planning
processes, and closer cooperation in
processes, and closer cooperation in
countering hybrid threats and
the field of cyber security and
disinformation campaigns; calls on
defence, and in (AM 285) countering
the EU and NATO to further enhance
hybrid threats and disinformation
the mutually reinforcing cooperation
campaigns; notes the cooperation
and to deepen their Strategic
between NATO and EU in assisting
civilian authorities in containing
and stopping the spread of the
COVID-19 pandemic 
(AM 282) calls
on the EU and NATO to further
enhance the mutually reinforcing
cooperation including between
missions and operations, 
(AM 286)
and to deepen their Strategic

Partnership; stresses the importance
of further strengthening the EU-
NATO partnership in the field of
military mobility; 
(AM 287)
highlights the importance of
organising and executing joint
training and exercises between
European armed forces, as well as
EU-NATO parallel and coordinated
(AM 300)
COMP 26 on PARA 25 and on PARA 25a new
Covers (PARA  25) AM 229 (ECR - Vondra,  Fotyga,  Waszczykowski,  Aguilar,  Saryusz-
Wolski, Dzhambazki, Kanko), AM 284 (EPP - Gál), AM 293 (EPP - Danjean), AM 294 (ECR
- Vondra, Fotyga, Waszczykowski, Aguilar, Saryusz-Wolski, Dzhambazki, Kanko, Weimers),
AM 295 (RE - Grošelj, Groothuis, Paet, Loiseau, Auštrevičius), AM 296 (Greens - Neumann),
AM 297 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Auštrevičius, Nart), AM 299 (EPP - Gál), AM 313 (EPP -
Zovko) + (PARA 25a new) AM 298 (EPP - Băsescu), AM 341 (EPP - Băsescu), AM 366 (EPP
- Zovko)
Motion for a resolution
Highlights that NATO remains the
Recalls (AM 293, AM 297) that
cornerstone of collective defence for
NATO remains the cornerstone of
those Member States which are also
collective defence for those Member
members of the North Atlantic
States which are also members of the
Treaty Organisation; recalls that,
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
following the ‘single set of forces’
as explicitly recognised in the Treaty
principle, the development of EU
on the Functioning of the European
defence capabilities will also benefit
Union; believes that EU-NATO
the Alliance;
cooperation should be
complementary and takes full
account of each of the two

institution’s specific features and
(AM 293) and not replicate or
replace structures 
(AM 294);
reminds that the defensive
cooperation is one of the pillars of
transatlantic cooperation and
remains paramount for the mutual
security of allied and partner
countries, and therefore reiterates
the need for stronger relations;
(AM 313) recalls that, following the
‘single set of forces’ principle, the
development of EU defence

capabilities does not pose a
competitive threat to the Alliance
(AM 295) will also benefit the
overall capabilities (AM 295) for the
military CSDP 
(AM 296) and of the
Alliance as regards those countries
which are members in both
; (AM 296), and that a
(AM 299) effective EU
security and defence cooperation
should be regarded as a factor
which strengthens the European
pillar of NATO 
(AM 284) and as the
EU taking up a bigger part in
ensuring its own security 
(AM 299);
is of the view that capability
initiatives shall ensure
interoperability with Allies and
facilitate rapid deployment
(AM 229); notes with concerns
some divergences that have
undermined the solidarity of the
Alliance after Turkish actions in
Eastern Mediterranean; 
(AM 293)
25 a. Stresses the need to strengthen the
EU's status as a maritime security
provider, the resilience of the EU
and Member States to crisis
situations in their territorial waters
(AM 341) and the importance of a
coherent maritime strategy to
combat illegal maritime non-state
(AM 366); considers it
necessary to harmonize the rules of
intervention, equipment standards
and to strengthen the training of staff
in order to carry out coordinated and
unitary actions in European /
international operations or in the
event of maritime crises and events /
incidents; (AM 341); stresses the
need for EU-NATO cooperation
with a view to a common effective
approach to threats to maritime
security, such as cross-border and
organised crime, including
organised crime networks
(AM 298) human
(AM 366), arms and drug

trafficking, smuggling, maritime
(AM 298)
COMP 27 on PARA 26, on PARA 26a (new) and on PARA 26b (new)
Covers (PARA  26) AM 303 (Greens - Neumann),  (PARA  26a  new) 171 (RE - Loiseau,
Grudler,  Grošelj,  Auštrevičius,  Nart, Groothuis),  182 (S&D - Mikser,  Manda,  Ara-Kovács,
Santos, Olekas, Androulakis, Ušakovs, López, Picula, Piri, Glucksmann, Mavrides, Papadakis,
Sánchez Amor), 304 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet), 305 (RE - Paet,
Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Groothuis, Nart, Loiseau), 314 - (EPP - Mandl), (PARA 26b new) AM
(NI - Castaldo), AM 311 (ECR - Vondra,  Fotyga,  Waszczykowski,  Aguilar,  Saryusz-
Wolski, Dzhambazki, Kanko), AM 315 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart,
Paet), AM 316 (EPP - Zovko), AM 317 (EPP - Mandl), AM 318 (ECR - Vondra,  Fotyga,
Waszczykowski, Aguilar, Saryusz-Wolski, Dzhambazki, Kanko, Weimers)
Motion for a resolution
Strongly supports the Strategic
Strongly supports the Strategic
Partnership between the EU and the
Partnership between the EU and the
UN in crisis management and
UN in crisis management and
civilian, police and military
civilian, police and military
peacekeeping; welcomes the progress
peacekeeping; welcomes the progress
achieved in the implementation of
achieved in the implementation of
the eight jointly identified and agreed
the eight jointly identified and agreed
2019-2021 EU-UN priorities on
2019-2021 EU-UN priorities on
peace operations and crisis
peace operations and crisis
management; notes that some
management; urges the Member
progress has been achieved in
States to contribute more to UN
enhancing cooperation between
peacekeeping and calls on EU
missions and operations in the field,
institutions to assist in this respect;
on the Women, Peace and Security
(AM 303) notes that some progress
(WPS) agenda feeding into the
has been achieved in enhancing
implementation of the EU Action
cooperation between missions and
Plan on Women, Peace and Security,
operations in the field, in particular
as well as in relation to conflict
through the signing on 29 September
prevention and on political and
2020 of the EU-UN Framework
strategic levels; calls on the EU and
Agreement on provision of Mutual
the UN to further explore
Support in the context of their
opportunities for closer cooperation,
respective missions and operations in
especially on joint theatres of
the field, on the Women, Peace and
operation, in areas including mission
Security (WPS) agenda feeding into
transition planning, support
the implementation of the EU Action
arrangements in the field,
Plan on Women, Peace and Security,
information exchange outside of
as well as in relation to conflict
mission areas and contingency
prevention and on political and
planning in view of COVID-19, as
strategic levels; calls on the EU and
well as in the field of climate and
the UN to further explore
opportunities for closer cooperation,
especially on joint theatres of

operation, in areas including mission
transition planning, support
arrangements in the field,
information exchange outside of
mission areas and contingency
planning in view of COVID-19, as
well as in the field of climate and
26 a. Reaffirms that, despite Brexit, the
United Kingdom remains a close
strategic partner of the EU and
its Member States 
(AM 314) and that
it is essential to maintain strong,
close defence and security
cooperation between the EU and the
United Kingdom as both the EU and
United Kingdom share the same
strategic environment and the same
threats to their peace and security;
(AM 305) encourages the UK to
participate in EU 
(AM 304) CSDP
missions and operations 
(AM 182),
crisis management operations, in
defence capabilities development, in
the relevant Union agencies, as well
as in projects under Permanent
Structured Cooperation (PESCO),
while respecting the decision
making autonomy of the EU, the
sovereignty of the UK, the principle
of balanced rights and obligations,
and being based on effective
reciprocity and including a fair and
appropriate financial contribution
(AM 182/304); takes note that the
UK will withdraw from the EU
CSDP missions and operations by
the end of the transition period on
31 December 2020; 
(AM 304); calls
on rapid replacement procedures to
be put in place in order to ensure
the continuity of CSDP missions
and operations where British staff
have a significant role
(AM 182/ 171);
26 b. Calls upon the EU to keep closer
cooperation with existing regional
forces such as the African Union,


Economic Community of West
African States (ECOWAS)
(AMs 310, 311), ASEAN (AM 317)
and the Arctic Council (AM 318)
and with like-minded non-NATO
(AM 315, AM 316);
COMP 28 on PARA 28
Covers AM 322 (RE - Tudorache), AM 323 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius,
Nart,  Paet,  Groothuis), AM 324 (RE - Ştefănuță), AM 326 (RE - Grošelj,  Nart,  Paet,
Auštrevičius), AM 327 (GUE - Maurel)
Motion for a resolution
Is concerned that the rules-based
Is concerned that some global actors
international order and the values of
and an increasing number of
sustainable peace, prosperity and
regional actors are deliberately
freedom, which correspond to the
circumventing or attempting to
foundations on which the European
destroy (AM 323) the rules-based
Union is built, are facing challenges;
international order, multilateralism
notes that the COVID-19 pandemic
(AM 326 / 324) and the values of
has revealed and amplified existing
sustainable peace, prosperity and
global fragilities and tensions;
freedom, which correspond to the
stresses that the pandemic has
foundations on which the European
strengthened public support for a
Union is built, are facing challenges;
stronger role for the European Union
notes that the COVID-19 pandemic
and for more European unity,
has revealed new global fragilities
solidarity and resilience; welcomes
and tensions and amplified existing
the Council’s conclusions of June
ones (AM 326); stresses that the
2020 advocating a strong European
pandemic has strengthened public
Union that promotes peace and
support for a Union that is less
security and protects its citizens;
dependent on the rest of the world,
more protecting and 
(AM 323) that
is able to act independently (AM
327), for a stronger role for the
European Union on the international
(AM 322),for more European
unity, solidarity and resilience, for a
more cohesive foreign policy 
322) with effective multilateralism
as a central element 
(AM 324);
welcomes the Council’s conclusions
of June 2020 advocating a strong
European Union that promotes peace
and security and protects its citizens;

COMP 29 on PARA 29 and PARA 29a (new)
Covers AM  279 (EPP - Juknevičienė,  Lexmann,  Terras,  Olekas,  Kubilius), AM  288 (RE -
Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM 329 (EPP - Băsescu), AM
(RE - Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Grošelj, Loiseau, Tudorache), AM 331 (RE - Groothuis,
Grošelj,  Auštrevičius,  Paet,  Nart), AM 332 (EPP/S&D - Juknevičienė,  Lexmann,  Terras,
Olekas,  Kubilius), AM 333 (NI - Castaldo), AM 334 (RE - Paet,  Grošelj,  Auštrevičius,
Groothuis, Nart), AM 335 (ECR - Vondra, Fotyga, Waszczykowski, Aguilar, Saryusz-Wolski,
Dzhambazki,  Kanko), AM 336 (RE - Loiseau,  Grudler,  Grošelj,  Auštrevičius,  Nart,  Paet,
Groothuis), AM 337 (RE - Grošelj, Nart, Loiseau, Paet, Auštrevičius), AM 340 (S&D - Mikser,
Manda,  Ara-Kovács, Santos,  Olekas,  Androulakis,  Ušakovs,  López,  Picula,  Yoncheva,
Mavrides, Papadakis, Sánchez Amor)
Motion for a resolution
Underlines the important role of the
Underlines the important role of the
armed forces during the COVID-19
armed forces during the COVID-19
pandemic and welcomes military
pandemic and welcomes military
assistance to civil support operations,
assistance to civilian authorities,
notably for the deployment of field
(AM 340) notably for the
hospitals, patient transport, and
deployment of field hospitals, patient
equipment delivery and distribution;
transport, and equipment delivery
considers that this valuable
and distribution; considers that this
contribution has shown the
valuable contribution has shown the
importance of the Member States’
need to take stock of the lessons
military assets and capabilities in
learned in order to reinforce
support of the Union Civil Protection
(AM 336) the Member States’
Mechanism, as well as for
military assets and capabilities in
humanitarian assistance purposes;
support of the Union Civil Protection
reiterates the importance of mutual
Mechanism, a primary tool for
assistance and solidarity, in line with
facing emergencies (AM 333)as
Article 42(7) TEU and Article 222
well as for humanitarian assistance
TFEU; encourages the setting up of
purposes; also considers that, in
European mechanisms aimed at
order to deal effectively with health
facilitating the cross-border use of
crises, it is essential to prepare
military logistical capabilities to face
Member States' military medical
such emergencies, in order to allow
staff to participate rapidly;
for greater coordination, synergy,
(AM 329) reiterates the importance
solidarity and support; stresses the
of mutual assistance and solidarity, in
need to increase the EU’s CBRN
line with Article 42(7) TEU and
Article 222 TFEU;
29a. Underlines the importance of
military mobility (AM 288);

considers it necessary to move
forward and 
(AM 334) facilitate full
military mobility throughout Europe
(AM 335) and thus calls for the
simplification and harmonization of
procedures to enable the Member
States to act faster 
(AM 279) as
military mobility is beneficial in
management of civilian crises
; (AM
332); insists on the importance of
suitable budget for military mobility
projects; welcomes the fact that the
military mobility project is part of
(AM 288) ; insists on the
need to set up 
(AM 336) European
mechanisms aimed at facilitating the
cross-border use of military logistical
capabilities to face such emergencies,
in order to allow for greater
coordination, synergy, solidarity and
support; insists that similar
assistance and solidarity in times of
pandemics and similar crisis could
be extended to the partner countries
in the immediate EU
neighbourhood, among other;
(AM 330) stresses the need to
increase the EU’s CBRN
preparedness and its necessary
(AM 337); stresses the
need to intensify the monitoring and
protection of vital and critical
infrastructure, especially on
undersea optic fibre internet cables;
(AM 331)
COMP 30 on PARA 30
Covers AM 345 (EPP - Zovko), AM 346 (EPP - Zovko), AM 347 (RE - Groothuis, Grošelj,
Auštrevičius), AM 348 (RE - Auštrevičius,  Nart,  Paet,  Grošelj,  Groothuis,  Tudorache,
Grudler), AM 349 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM
(RE - Ştefănuță), AM 351 (EPP/S&D - Juknevičienė, Lexmann, Terras, Olekas, Kubilius),
AM 352 (EPP - Mandl) , AM 353 (ECR - Emmanouil Fragkos, Angel Dzhambazki), AM 354
(GUE - Maurel), AM 356 (EPP - McAllister), AM 357 (EPP - Lega), AM 358 (RE - Paet,
Grošelj,  Auštrevičius,  Groothuis,  Nart,  Loiseau), AM 367 (S&D - Mikser,  Manda,  Ara-
Kovács, Santos, Olekas, Androulakis, Ušakovs, López, Picula, Glucksmann, Piri, Mavrides,
Papadakis, Sánchez Amor)

Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the set of priorities and
Welcomes the set of priorities and
guidelines adopted for EU
guidelines adopted for EU
cooperation in the field of countering
cooperation in the field of countering
hybrid threats and enhancing
hybrid threats and enhancing
resilience to these threats, including
resilience to these threats, including
the fight against disinformation, and
the fight against disinformation,
the setting up of a Rapid Alert
hybrid warfare, espionage
System to facilitate cooperation with
(AM 357), fake news (AM 367) and
international partners such as the G7
propaganda (AM 350 / 357 / 367),
and NATO; invites the EU and its
and the setting up of a Rapid Alert
Member States to develop and
System to facilitate cooperation with
strengthen the security of its
G7 and NATO; invites the EU and its
information and communication
Member States to develop and
systems, including secure
strengthen the security of its
communication channels; underlines
information and communication
the importance and the urgency for
systems, including secure
the EU to step up its strategic
communication channels; underlines
communication and to address the
the importance and the urgency for
growing and malign foreign
the EU to strengthen and (AM 346)
interference which threatens its
invest more in (AM 356, AM 347)
democratic system;
its strategic communication, and its
capabilities (AM 357) to become
more resilient to 
(AM 367)address
and deter (AM 351) all (AM 354)
foreign interference which threatens
its democratic system, sovereignty
and citizens 
(AM 353); underlines
the important role of the East
StratCom TaskForce 
(AM 352/ 345)
and acknowledges the important
work conducted under the
EUvsDisinfo project 
(AM 367)
and calls for additional budgetary
and political support to further
improve its ability to counter
disinformation and inform about the

EU’s actions and policies;(AMs
351, 352, 345);
30a. Underlines the urgent need for the
EU to (AM 367) introduce a more
robust strategy to 
(AM 358) detect
(AM 347) and proactively (AM 367)
counter aggressive (AM 358) and
malicious disinformation campaigns
(AM 347) against it coming from
third Sates and non-state actors
(AM 367); stresses the need to

review the mandate of EEAS
Strategic Communications team to
address foreign interference;
(AM 358) and involve fact-checkers,
researchers, start-ups and civil
society organisations; 
(AM 350)
insists on the need to provide
sufficient personnel and funding to
all EU services dealing with foreign
interference and disinformation in
order to better identify, investigate
and counter attempts to interfere in
EU democratic processes or EU
actions abroad; 
(AM 349)
underlines the importance to
cooperate and assist the partner
countries, particularly in the
immediate neighbourhood of the
EU, in their efforts to address and
counter the malign foreign
interference, notably disinformation
and propaganda, as in many cases
such acts seek to divert these
countries from the path of pro-
democratic reforms and attack the
European values and ideals;
(AM 348)
COMP 31 on PARA 37
Covers AM 393 (Greens - Neumann), AM 395 (RE - Grošelj,  Nart,  Loiseau,  Paet,
Auštrevičius), AM 396 (EPP - Juknevičienė,  Lexmann,  Terras,  Kubilius), AM 425 (EPP -
Motion for a resolution
Is alarmed at the potential erosion of
Is alarmed at the current threats
the global non-proliferation and
(AM 395) to international values
disarmament efforts; fears that
and rule-of-law (AM 425) and (AM
withdrawal from, or the non-
395) potential future (AM 395)
extension of, major arms control
erosion of the global non-
treaties would seriously damage the
proliferation and disarmament
international arms control regimes
architecture (AM 396),; fears that
that have provided decades of
non-compliance with (AM 396),
stability, and would undermine
withdrawal from, or the non-
relationships between nuclear-armed
extension of, major arms control
states; underlines the urgent need to
treaties would seriously damage the

restore cross-border trust;
international arms control regimes
that have provided decades of
stability, would undermine
relationships between nuclear-armed
states could directly threaten
European security, in particular as
regards absence of norms regulating
and reducing tactical and short and
middle range nuclear weapons 
393) and could lead to new nuclear
arms races 
(AM 395); underlines the
urgent need to restore cross-border
COMP 32 on PARA 38
Covers AM 398 (Greens - Neumann), AM 399 (RE - Tudorache)
Motion for a resolution
Reaffirms its full support for the EU
Reaffirms its full support for the EU
and its Member States’ commitment
and its Member States’ commitment
to the NPT as the cornerstone of the
to the NPT as the cornerstone of the
nuclear non-proliferation and
nuclear non-proliferation and
disarmament regime; reiterates its
disarmament regime; reiterates its
calls for the adoption of concrete and
calls for a strong EU common
effective measures during the 10th
position ahead of the conference,
NPT Review Conference that would
demanding (AM 398) the adoption
be a key element in preserving
of concrete and effective measures
strategic stability and containing a
during the 10th NPT Review
new arms race;
Conference that would be a key
element in preserving strategic
stability and containing avoiding
(AM 399) a new arms race;
COMP 33 on PARA 39
Covers AM 400 (EPP - Danjean), AM 402 (EPP/S&D - Juknevičienė,  Lexmann,  Terras,
Kubilius), AM 403 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius, Nart, Paet)
Motion for a resolution
Reiterates its deep regret at the
Reiterates its deep regret at the
withdrawal from the INF Treaty by
withdrawal from the INF Treaty by

the US and the Russian Federation
the US and the Russian Federation;
following Russia’s persistent failure
notes Russia’s responsibility (AM
to comply with the Treaty; fears that
402) for the Treaty’s demise, as it
the collapse of the Treaty might lead
persistently failed to comply with it;
to the escalation of tensions and
deplores (AM 402) that the collapse
heightened nuclear and military
of the Treaty might lead to the
threats and risks, while jeopardising
escalation of tensions and heightened
the future of arms control regimes;
nuclear and military threats and risks,
underlines that it is strongly opposed
while jeopardising the future of arms
to a new arms race and re-
control regimes; underlines that it is
militarisation on European soil; urges
strongly opposed to a new arms race
the Council and the VP/HR to launch
between the US and the Russian
an EU-led initiative with a view to
Federation and its potential
pushing for the conversion of the INF
consequences for Europe (AM 403)
Treaty into a multilateral Treaty
and to re-militarisation on European
involving all nuclear states;
soil; urges the Council and the
VP/HR to launch an EU-led initiative
with a view to pushing for the
conversion of the INF Treaty into a
multilateral Treaty involving all
nuclear states; 
(AM 400)
Covers AM 415 (ECR - Vondra,  Fotyga,  Waszczykowski,  Aguilar,  Saryusz-Wolski,
Dzhambazki, Kanko), AM 417 (EPP/S&D - Juknevičienė, Lexmann, Terras, Olekas, Kubilius)
Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the EU’s financial
Welcomes the EU’s financial
contribution to the projects and
contribution to the projects and
activities of the Organisation for the
activities of the Organisation for the
Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
(OPCW); welcomes the adoption by
(OPCW); welcomes the adoption by
the Council of a horizontal sanctions
the Council of a horizontal sanctions
regime to address the growing use
regime to address the growing use
and proliferation of chemical
and proliferation of chemical
weapons; calls for the EU to pursue
weapons; condemns the recent use
its efforts to counter the proliferation
of Chemical Weapons and is of the
and use of chemical weapons and to
view that the lack of accountability
support the global prohibition of
for such incidents undermine the
chemical weapons as laid down by
international norm against chemical
the Chemical Weapons Convention
weapons (AM 415); calls on the EU
to take initiative to address the issue
of impunity for the use of chemical
(AM 417) and to consider
how to strengthen the OPCW to
ensure speedy and accurate


attribution and effective response
(AM 415)calls for the
EU to pursue its efforts to counter the
proliferation and use of chemical
weapons, to support the global
prohibition of chemical weapons as
laid down by the Chemical Weapons
Convention (CWC) ;
COMP 35 on PARA 46
Covers AM 431 (Greens - Neumann); AM 432 (S&D - Androulakis, Papadakis, Mavrides),
AM 433 (EPP/S&D - Kyrtsos, Danjean, Meimarakis, Androulakis, Mavrides), AM 439 (RE -
Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Paet)
Motion for a resolution
Welcomes the Council conclusions
Welcomes the Council conclusions
on the review of the Common
on the review of the Common
Position; is of the firm view that, as
Position 944 on arms exports
the EU is increasingly ambitious in
(AM 431); is of the firm view that, as
the defence area, there is a need for
the EU is increasingly ambitious in
greater convergence and consistency
the defence area, there is a need for
in the Member States’ arms export
greater convergence, transparency
policies; calls on Member States to
(AM 431) and consistency in the
fully comply with the Common
Member States’ arms export policies,
Position; calls for a sanctions
as well as for strengthening of
mechanism to be put in place against
public oversight (AM 431); calls on
Member States that do not comply
Member States to bridge their
with the Common Position;
different interpretation of the
welcomes the efforts made to
Common Position (AM 439) and to
increase the transparency and the
fully comply with its eight criteria of
public and parliamentary scrutiny of
(AM 431), and notably to strictly
arms exports; calls for joint efforts to
implement criterion 4 on regional
improve risk assessments, end-user
stability and halt any export of
checks and post-shipment
military equipment that could be
used against other EU Member
(AM 432, AM 433); welcomes
the efforts made to increase the
transparency and the public and
parliamentary scrutiny of arms
exports; calls for joint efforts to
improve risk assessments, end-user
checks and post-shipment

COMP 36 on PARA 48
Covers AM 443 (Greens - Neumann), AM 444 (RE - Loiseau, Grudler, Grošelj, Auštrevičius,
Nart, Paet, Groothuis), AM 445 (EPP - Băsescu)
Motion for a resolution
Calls for the EU to take the lead in
Notes that technological
global efforts to set up a
developments in the area of AI pose
comprehensive regulatory framework
new ethical challenges (AM 445);
for the development and use of AI-
calls for the EU to take the lead in
enabled weapons; calls on the
global efforts to set up a
VP/HR, the Member States and the
comprehensive regulatory framework
European Council to adopt a joint
to ensure meaningful human
position on autonomous weapons
control over the critical functions of
systems that ensures meaningful
selecting and attacking targets in
human control over the critical
(AM 443) the development and use
functions of weapons systems; insists
of AI-enabled weapons; calls on the
on the start of international
VP/HR, the Member States and the
negotiations on a legally binding
European Council to adopt a joint
instrument that would prohibit fully
position on autonomous weapons
autonomous weapons;
systems that ensures meaningful
human control over the critical
functions of weapons systems; insists
on the start of international
negotiations on a common definition
and a framework on the use of
weapons (AM 444) with a certain
degree of autonomy, and calls for
the adoption of 
legally binding
instrument that would prohibit fully
autonomous weapons without
meaningful human control