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Financial markets
 von Wogau, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Goebbels and Randzio-Plath, on behalf of the PSE Group,
Huhne, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Jonckheer, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the Stockholm
European Council on 23/24 March 2001 (B5-0244/2001);
 Boudjenah, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the outcome of the European Council
of 23/24 March 2001 in Stockholm concerning the ‘financial markets’ (B5-0259/2001).

External affairs policies


 Speroni, on behalf of the TDI Group, on the outcome of the European Council of 23/24 March 2001
in Stockholm (B5-0238/2001);
 Collins, Muscardini, Queiró, Ribeiro e Castro and Crowley, on behalf of the UEN Group, on the
outcome of the European Council, Stockholm, 23/24 March 2001 (B5-0248/2001);
 Dupuis, Pannella, Bonino, Turco, Dell’Alba, Cappato and Della Vedova, on behalf of the TDI Group,
on the Stockholm Summit  external relations (foreign policy, with special reference to Macedonia
and the Middle East) (B5-0251/2001);
 Van den Berg, Sakellariou, Napoletano, Swoboda and Krehl, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the
Stockholm European Council on 23/24 March 2001 (B5-0252/2001);
 Haarder, Ludford, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the Stockholm European Council of 23/24 March
2001 concerning the EU’s external relations (B5-0253/2001);
 Lagendijk, Cohn-Bendit and Elisabeth Schroedter, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the outcome
of the European Council on 23/24 March 2001 in Stockholm (B5-0254/2001);
 Wurtz and Brie, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the external affairs aspects of the Stockholm
Summit, including Macedonia and the Middle East (B5-0257/2001);
 Poettering, Van Velzen, Oostlander, Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra, Galeote Quecedo, Pack and Suominen,
on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on the outcome of the European Council of 23/24 March 2001 in
Stockholm (B5-0258/2001).

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Minutes of 5.4.2001, Item 20.

18. Area of Freedom, Security and Justice  Illegal immigration and the ‘East
Sea’ (debate)

The next item was a joint debate on two oral questions and statements.

Mr Posselt moved the oral questions which he had put to the Council and Commission, on behalf of the
Committee on Citizens’ Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs, on the annual debate 2000 on the
Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (B5-0157 and 0158/2001).

Mr Bodström, President-in-Office of the Council, answered the question put to the Council, Mrs Klingvall,
President-in-Office of the Council, and Mr Vitorino, Member of the Commission, made statements on the
running aground of the ‘East Sea’ off the French coast with around 1 000 Kurdish immigrants on board
and on illegal immigration. Mr Vitorino also replied to the question to the Commission.

The following spoke: Pirker, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Terrón i Cusí, on behalf of the PSE Group,
Ludford, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Boumediene-Thiery, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, Boudjenah,
on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, Krarup, on behalf of the EDD Group, Hernández Mollar, Karamanou
and Watson, chairman of the LIBE Committee.
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IN THE CHAIR: Mr ONESTA


Vice-President

The following spoke: Ilka Schröder, Krivine, Cederschiöld, Andersson, Gahrton, Uca, Paciotti, Cerdeira
Morterero and Lang, TDI Group, Klingvall, Bodström and Vitorino.

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Wednesday, 16 May 2001.

19. Third UN Conference on Least-Developed Countries (debate)

Mr Miranda moved the oral questions which he had put to the Council and Commission, on behalf of the
Committee on Development and Cooperation, on the third United Nations Conference on Least-Developed
Countries (B5-0155 and 0156/2001).

Mr Danielsson, President-in-Office of the Council, and Mr Lamy, Member of the Commission, answered the
questions.

The following spoke: Deva, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, and Kinnock, on behalf of the PSE Group.

IN THE CHAIR: Mr PROVAN


Vice-President

The following spoke: Van den Bos, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Maes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group,
Boudjenah, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, Muscardini, on behalf of the UEN Group, Sandbæk, on
behalf of the EDD Group, Kronberger, Non-attached Member, Van den Berg, Danielsson and Lamy.

The President had received motions for resolutions pursuant to Rule 42(5) from the following Members:
 Miranda, on behalf of the Committee on Development and Cooperation, on the third United Nations
Conference on the Least Developed Countries in Brussels (14-20 May 2001) (B5-0246/2001);
 Muscardini, on behalf of the UEN Group, on the third United Nations Conference on the least devel-
oped countries (B5-0260/2001).

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Minutes of 5.4.2001, Item 21.

20. Question Time (Question to the Council)

Parliament considered a number of questions to the Council (B5-0163/2001).

Question 1 by Mr Papayannakis: Crisis in the Balkans


Question 2 by Mr Alavanos: Uncontrolled activity of extremist organisations in southern Serbia
Question 3 by Mr Korakas: Situation in FYROM and danger of a general conflagration in the Balkans
Mr Danielsson, President-in-Office of the Council, answered the questions and supplementaries by
Mr Sjöstedt, deputising for the author of Question 1, Mr Alavanos, Mr Korakas and Mr Alyssandrakis.
Mr Dupuis spoke.

Question 4 by Mr Crowley: International Criminal Court


Question 5 by Mr Dupuis: International Criminal Court
Mr Danielsson answered the questions and supplementaries by Mr Crowley and Mr Dupuis.
Mr Alavanos spoke.