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"We, 252 lawmakers from both sides of the Atlantic and united across party lines, call on the European Union to designate Hezbollah in its entirety as a terrorist organization.

Following the 2012 suicide bombing in Bulgaria that killed six people, the EU banned only Hezbollah’s so-called military wing, stopping short of confronting the terror group with the full force of its sanctions mechanism.

We thus urge the EU to end this false distinction between ‘military’ and ‘political’ arms – a distinction Hezbollah itself dismisses – and ban the entire organization. 

Hezbollah, the Iranian regime’s most deadly proxy, operates a global terror network that threatens not only its neighbors but also Western democracies. In Germany alone, Hezbollah has over 1,000 supporters. The group’s violent and antisemitic ideology is poisoning the fabric of our pluralistic societies. This is most visibly the case through Hezbollah's annual ‘Quds Day’ marches where calls for the annihilation of the Jewish state echo the darkest chapters of European history.

Founded and funded by Tehran and sustained through organized crime, Hezbollah holds Lebanon hostage to its Iranian revolutionary agenda. Moreover, it spreads violence and terror throughout the entire region. Hezbollah collaborates with the murderous Assad regime and is complicit in horrific war crimes that have killed, maimed and driven out millions of Syrians. The group trains and supplies weapons to Shiite militias in Yemen and Iraq. In violation of UN Security Council resolution 1701, Hezbollah has rearmed to the teeth and remains an independent militia in Lebanon. It abuses its own civilian population as human shields to hide some 150,000 missiles targeting Israeli civilians.

As the examples of the U.S., the Netherlands, Germany, Lithuania, Estonia, Canada, the UK, the Gulf Cooperation Council, and the Arab League show, proscribing Hezbollah doesn’t preclude continued political engagement with Beirut. 

Banning Hezbollah also won‘t "destabilize" the country, as some falsely claim. The opposite is true. The only chance for real economic and political stability in Lebanon lies in the removal of Hezbollah's stranglehold on the country. The courageous Lebanese protestors taking to the streets against corruption and political violence specifically denounce Hezbollah’s ‘state within a state.’ They deserve our full support. An EU ban against the Iranian proxy will help strengthen these democratic forces. 

The European Union, which stands for democracy, human rights, and the rules-based international order, ought to use its power to put Hezbollah on notice. With nothing less than our collective security and the integrity of our democratic values at stake, now is the time to act."

 

This unprecedented transatlantic initiative was spearheaded by the leadership of the Transatlantic Friends of Israel (TFI).

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Setting the record straight on Hezbollah: Read a fact-based analysis to learn more about the organization's global nefarious activities.

Signatories

Over 250 Parliamentarians from 27 European countries, the U.S., Canada, and Israel have signed the historic call for an EU ban of Hezbollah.

  1. Lukas Mandl, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Security and Defence Subcommitte, EPP, Austria (Co-Initiator)
  2. Anna-Michelle Asimakopoulou, Vice Chair, European Parliament’s International Trade Committee, EPP, Greece (Co-Initiator)
  3. Petras Auštrevičius, Chair, European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Afghanistan, Renew Europe, Lithuania (Co-Initiator)
  4. Carmen Avram, Member, Delegation for Relations with Israel of the European Parliament, S&D, Romania (Co-Initiator)
  5. Dietmar Köster, Member, Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament, S&D, Germany (Co-Initiator)
  6. Alexandr Vondra, Member, Security and Defence Subcommittee of the European Parliament, ECR, Czech Republic (Co-Initiator)
  7. Stephan Albani, Member of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  8. Ecaterina Andronescu, Member of the Committee on European Affairs of the Senate of Romania, Social Democratic Party, Romania
  9. Attila Ara-Kovács, Member, Security and Defence Subcommittee of the European Parliament, S&D, Hungary
  10. Mel Arnold, Vice Chair, House of Commons' Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee, Conservative Party, Canada
  11. Traian Băsescu, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Association Committee, EPP, Romania
  12. José Ramón Bauzà Díaz, Member of the European Parliament, Renew Europe, Spain
  13. Martin Baxa, Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Culture Subcommittee, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  14. Petra Bayr, Secretary, National Council's Foreign Policy Committee, Secretary, Human Rights Committee, SPÖ, Austria
  15. Nicola Beer, Vice President, European Parliament, Renew Europe, Germany
  16. Maik Beermann, CDU/CSU Spokesperson, Digital Agenda Committee of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  17. Petr Beitl, Vice Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Foreign Affairs Committee, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  18. Veronika Bellmann, Member of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  19. Pavel Bělobrádek, Chair, Parliament of the Czech Republic's Standing Commission for Control of the Activities of the Security Information Service, Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party, Czech Republic
  20. Marek Benda, Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Constitutional and Legal Committee, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  21. Ondrej Benesik, Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's European Affairs Committee, Deputy Chair, Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party, Czech Republic
  22. Aurore Bergé, Chair, National Assembly’s France-Israel Friendship Group, La République En Marche, France
  23. Stefan-Heinrich Berger, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Germany
  24. Alexander Bernhuber, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Austria
  25. Christoph Bernstiel, Member, Interior and Homeland Committee of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  26. Massimo Berutti, Member of the Senate of the Republic, Forza Italia, Italy
  27. James Bezan, Vice Chair, House of Commons' National Defence Standing Committee, Conservative Party, Canada
  28. Gus Bilirakis, Ranking Member, U.S. House of Representatives' Economic Opportunity Subcommittee, Republican, U.S.
  29. Stanislav Blaha, Vice Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Petitions Committee, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  30. Lord David Blencathra, Chair, House of Lords’ Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  31. Franc Bogovič, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Serbia Stabilisation and Association Parliamentary Committee, EPP, Slovenia
  32. Mike Bost, Ranking Member, U.S. House of Representatives' Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs Subcommittee, Republican, U.S.
  33. Jens Brandenburg, Chair, Bundestag's Project Group 3 of the Enquete Vocational Training, FDP, Germany
  34. Helmut Brandstätter, NEOS Spokesperson, Foreign Affairs and Research, Secretary, Research, Innovation and Digitization Committee of the National Council, NEOS, Austria
  35. Mike Braun, Member of the U.S. Senate, Republican U.S.
  36. Karl-Heinz Brunner, SPD Spokesperson, Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Subcommittee of the Bundestag, SPD, Germany
  37. Sandra Bubendorfer-Licht, Member, Interior and Homeland Committee of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  38. Marco Buschmann, FDP Spokesperson, Scrutiny of Elections, Immunity and Rules of Procedure Committee of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  39. Carlo Calenda, Member of the European Parliament, S&D, Italy
  40. Daniel Caspary, Chair, European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with the Countries of Southeast Asia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), EPP, Germany
  41. Miguel Ángel Castellón, Deputy Spokesperson, Congress of Deputies' Foreign Affairs Committee, Partido Popular, Spain
  42. Andrea Causin, Member, Defence Committee of the Senate of the Republic, Forza Italia, Italy
  43. Jana Černochová, Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Defence Committee, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  44. Ilana Cicurel, Member, Delegation for Relations with Israel of the European Parliament, Renew Europe, France
  45. Gitta Connemann, Deputy Chair, CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group, Vice Chair, German-Israeli Inter-Parliamentary Group of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  46. Rosie Cooper, Member of the House of Commons, Labour Party, United Kingdom
  47. The Rt Hon Stephen Crabb, Chair, House of Commons' Conservative Friends of Israel, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  48. Carl-Julius Cronenberg, Member of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  49. Ted Cruz, Chair, U.S. Senate's Constitution Subcommittee, Chair, Aviation and Space Subcommittee, Republican, U.S.
  50. Katalin Cseh, Vice President, Renew Europe Group in the European Parliament, Renew Europe, Hungary
  51. Salvatore De Meo, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Italy 
  52. Ante Deur, Member, Defence Committee of the Croatian Parliament, Croatian Democratic Union, Croatia
  53. Ted Deutch, Chair, U.S. House of Representatives' Middle East, North Africa, and International Terrorism Subcommittee, Democrat, U.S.
  54. Christoph de Vries, Member, Interior and Homeland Committee of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  55. Avi Dichter, Chair, Knesset's Overseeing the Fund for Managing State Revenues from the Tax on Profits from Gas and Oil Special Committee, Likud, Israel
  56. Bijan Djir-Sarai, FDP Spokesperson, Foreign Affairs Committee of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  57. Dmitri Dmitrijev, Member of the Parliament of Estonia, Centre Party, Estonia
  58. Michael Donth, Member of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  59. Pierre-Henri Dumont, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Assembly, Les Républicains, France
  60. Lena Düpont, Member, Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the European Parliament, EPP, Germany
  61. Baroness Margaret Eaton, Member of the House of Lords, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  62. Gatis Eglītis, Deputy Chair, Parliament of the Republic of Latvia's European Affairs Committee, New Conservative Party, Latvia
  63. Christian Ehler, Member, Delegation for Relations with the United States of America of the European Parliament, EPP, Germany
  64. Eliot Engel, Chair, U.S. House of Representatives' Foreign Affairs Committee, Democrat, U.S.
  65. Martin Engelberg, Vice Chair, National Council's European Union Affairs Standing Subcommittee, ÖVP, Austria
  66. Sari Essayah, Chair, Finnish Christian Democrats Party in the Parliament of Finland, Christian Democratic Party, Finland
  67. Marcus Faber, Member, Defence Committee of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  68. Nicu Fălcoi, Chair, Senate of Romania's Constitutionality Committee, Save Romania Union, Romania
  69. Marlene Farrugia, Member of the Parliament of Malta, Independent, Malta
  70. Fritz Felgentreu, SPD Spokesperson, Defence Committee of the Bundestag, SPD, Germany
  71. Massimo Ferro, Member of the Senate of the Republic, Forza Italia, Italy
  72. Petr Fiala, Chair, Civic Democratic Party in the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  73. Anna Fotyga, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee, Member, Security and Defence Subcommittee of the European Parliament, ECR, Poland
  74. Lois Frankel, Member, State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat, U.S.
  75. Michael Freilich, Member, National Defence Committee of the Chamber of Representatives, New Flemish Alliance, Belgium
  76. Linda Frum, Member of the Senate of Canada, Conservative Party, Canada
  77. Søren Gade, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Fisheries Committee, Renew Europe, Denmark
  78. Aleksandra Gajewska, Member of the Sejm, Civic Platform, Poland
  79. Kinga Gál, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Hungary
  80. Annie Genevard, Vice President, National Assembly, Les Républicains, France
  81. Eugenijus Gentvilas, Member of the Parliament of Lithuania, Liberal Movement of the Republic of Lithuania, Lithuania
  82. Arató Gergely, Deputy Leader, Democratic Coalition Group in the National Assembly, Democratic Coalition, Hungary
  83. May Golan, Member of the Knesset, Likud, Israel
  84. Josh Gottheimer, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat, U.S.
  85. Morgan Griffith, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Republican, U.S.
  86. Meyer Habib, Vice Chair, National Assembly's Foreign Affairs Committee, Union of Democrats and Independents, France
  87. Hampus Hagman, Commissioner, Parliament of Sweden's Taxation Committee, Christian Democratic Party, Sweden
  88. Svenja Hahn, Member of the European Parliament, Renew Europe, Germany
  89. Lord Archie Hamilton of Epsom, Member of the House of Lords, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  90. Tamás Harangozó, Deputy Leader, Hungarian Socialist Party Group in the National Assembly, Hungarian Socialist Party, Hungary
  91. Sharren Haskel, Deputy Speaker, Knesset, Member, Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee, Likud, Israel
  92. Mark Hauptmann, Member of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  93. Niclas Herbst, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Budgets Committee, EPP, Germany
  94. Jim Himes, Member, U.S. House of Representatives' Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Democrat, U.S.
  95. Gero Clemens Hocker, FDP Spokeperson, Food and Agriculture of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  96. Monika Hohlmeier, Chair, European Parliament's Budgetary Control Committee, EPP, Germany
  97. The Rt Hon the Lord Michael Howard of Lympne CH QC, Member of the House of Lords, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  98. John Howell, Member of the House of Commons, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  99. Michał Jach, Chair, Sejm's National Defence Committee, Law and Justice, Poland
  100. Magnus Jacobsson, Vice Chair, Parliament of Sweden's Transport Committee, Christian Democratic Party, Sweden
  101. Teresa Jiménez-Becerril, Vice Chair, Congress of Deputies' European Union Affairs Committee, Partido Popular, Spain
  102. Daniel Jositsch, Vice Chair, Council of States' Legal Affairs Committee, SPD, Switzerland
  103. Rasa Juknevičienė, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Armenia Parliamentary Partnership Committee, the EU-Azerbaijan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee and the EU-Georgia Parliamentary Association Committee, EPP, Lithuania
  104. Michał Kamiński, Deputy Speaker, Senate of Poland, Member of the Foreign Affairs and EU Committee, Union of European Democrats, Poland
  105. Konstantinos Karagounis, Member of the Hellenic Parliament, New Democracy, Greece
  106. Othmar Karas, Vice President, European Parliament, EPP, Austria
  107. Karol Karski, Quaestor, Member of the Bureau of the European Parliament, ECR, Poland
  108. Olga Kefalogianni, Vice Chair, Hellenic Parliament's Hellenic-Israel Friendship Group, New Democracy, Greece
  109. Sven-Christian Kindler, Vice Chair, Bundestag's German-Israeli Inter-Parliamentary Group, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Germany
  110. Tom Kmiec, Chair, House of Commons' Conservative Caucus, Conservative Party, Canada
  111. Pascal Kober, FDP Spokesperson, Labor and Social Committee of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  112. Arba Kokalari, Member, Delegation for relations with the United States of the European Parliament, EPP, Sweden
  113. Rihards Kols, Chair, Parliament of the Republic of Latvia's Foreign Affairs Committee, National Alliance, Latvia
  114. Moritz Körner, Member, Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, Renew Europe         , Germany
  115. Andrey Kovatchev, Vice President, European People's Party Group in the European Parliament, EPP, Bulgaria
  116. Karel Krejza, Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Standing Commission on Data Delivery by the Central Evidence of Accounts, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  117. Raja Krishnamoorthi, Member, U.S. House of Representatives' Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Democrat, U.S.
  118. Eerik-Niiles Kross, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the Parliament of Estonia, Reform Party, Estonia
  119. Andrius Kubilius, Chair, European Parliament’s Delegation to the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly, EPP, Lithuania
  120. Patrik Kunčar, Deputy Chair, Senate's Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security Committee, Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party, Czech Republic
  121. Agnes Kunhalmi, Vice Chair, National Assembly's Culture Committee, Hungarian Socialist Party, Hungary
  122. Martin Kupka, Vice Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Public Administration and Regional Development Committee, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  123. Damian Kurek, Member, Canada-Israel Interparliamentary Group of the House of Commons, Conservative Party, Canada
  124. Ilhan Kyuchyuk, Vice President, ALDE Party, Renew Europe, Bulgaria
  125. Sergey Lagodinsky, Chair, European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee, Greens/EFA, Germany
  126. Yair Lapid, Chair, Yesh Atid Party, Israel
  127. Antero Laukkanen, Vice Chair, Christian Democratic Parliamentary Group in the Parliament of Finland, Christian Democratic Party, Finland
  128. Constance Le Grip, Vice Chair, National Assembly's Cultural Affairs and Education Committee, Les Républicains, France
  129. David Lega, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, EPP, Sweden
  130. Lord Howard Leigh of Hurley, Member of the House of Lords, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  131. Miriam Lexmann, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, EPP, Slovakia
  132. Avigdor Lieberman, Chair, Yisrael Beiteinu Party, Israel
  133. Michael Link, FDP Spokesperson, European Union Subcommittee of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  134. Kelly Loeffler, Member of the U.S. Senate, Republican, U.S.
  135. Leopoldo López Gil, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Chile Joint Parliamentary Committee, EPP, Spain
  136. Antonio López-Istúriz White, Secretary General, European People's Party, Chair, European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Israel, EPP, Spain
  137. Oliver Luksic, FDP Spokesperson, Transport and Infrastructure of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  138. Artur Łącki, Member, Sejm's Polish-Israeli Parliamentary Group, Civic Platform, Poland
  139. Lucio Malan, Chair, Senate of the Republic's Interparliamentary Friendship Group Italy-Israel, Forza Italia, Italy
  140. Gisela Manderla, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the Bundestag, Member, Defence Committee, CDU, Germany
  141. Duarte Marques, Member, European Affairs Committee of the Assembly of the Portuguese Republic, Partido Social Democrata, Portugal
  142. Marta Martín, Spokeswoman, Foreign and EU Affairs Committee of the Congress of Deputies, Ciudadanos, Spain
  143. Jaroslav Martinů, Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Rural Development Subcommittee, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  144. Fulvio Martusciello, Chair, European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Kazakhstan, EU-Kyrgyzstan, EU-Uzbekistan and EU-Tajikistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committees and for Relations with Turkmenistan and Mongolia, EPP, Italy
  145. Brian Mast, Member, Middle East, North Africa, and International Terrorism Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives, Republican, U.S.
  146. Costas Mavrides, Member, Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean of the European Parliament, S&D, Cyprus
  147. David McAllister, Chair, European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee, EPP, Germany
  148. Steve McCabe, Chair, Labour Friends of Israel, Labour Party, United Kingdom
  149. Michael McCaul, Ranking Member, U.S. House of Representatives' Foreign Affairs Committee, Republican, U.S.
  150. Attila Mesterhazy, Deputy Chair, National Assembly's Foreign Affairs Committee, Deputy Chair, Hungarian-Israeli Parliamentary Group, Hungarian Socialist Party, Hungary
  151. Koen Metsu, Chair, Chamber of Representatives' Inter-Parliamentary Union Belgium-Israel, New Flemish Alliance, Belgium
  152. Merav Michaeli, Chair, Knesset's Lobby for Resolving the Israeli-Arab Conflict, Labor Party, Israel
  153. Ruta Miliūtė, Chair, Parliament of Lithuania's High Technology, Innovation and Digital Economy Subcommittee, Deputy Chair, Committee on European Affairs, Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union, Lithuania
  154. Jean-Michel Mis, Vice Chair, National Assembly's Cybersecurity and Digital Sovereignty Working Group, La République En Marche, France
  155. Giuseppe Moles, Member, Parliamentary Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean of the Senate of the Republic, Forza Italia, Italy
  156. Dolores Montserrat, Chair, European Parliament's Petitions Committee, EPP, Spain
  157. Adrien Morenas, Vice Chair, National Assembly's Sustainable Development and Regional Planning Committee, La République En Marche, France
  158. Glen Motz, Member of the House of Commons, Conservative Party, Canada
  159. Giorgio Mulé, Member of the Chamber of Deputies, Forza Italia, Italy
  160. Frank Müller-Rosentritt, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  161. Vojtěch Munzar, Vice Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Budgetary Control Committee, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  162. Dietmar Nietan, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the Bundestag, SPD, Germany
  163. Ljudmila Novak, Member, Delegation for Relations with Israel of the European Parliament, EPP, Slovenia
  164. Andrea Orsini, Member, Foreign and European Union Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Deputies, Forza Italia, Italy
  165. Mikael Oscarsson, Commissioner, Parliament of Sweden's Defence Committee, Christian Democratic Party, Sweden
  166. Peter Östman, Chair, Christian Democratic Parliamentary Group in the Parliament of Finland, Chair, Parliamentary Israel Friendship Group, Christian Democratic Party, Finland
  167. Peter Osuský, Vice Chair, National Council's Foreign Affairs Committee, Freedom and Solidarity, Slovakia
  168. Cem Özdemir, Chair, Bundestag's Transport and Digital Infrastructure Committee, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Germany
  169. Urania Papatheu, Member of the Senate of the Republic, Forza Italia, Italy
  170. Adriano Paroli, Vice Chair, Senate of the Republic's Industry, Trade, and Tourism Committee, Forza Italia, Italy
  171. Martin Patzelt, Member of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  172. Žygimantas Pavilionis, Deputy Chair, Parliament of Lithuania's European Affairs Committee, Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats, Lithuania
  173. Marijana Petir, Member, European Affairs Committee of the Croatian Parliament, Independent, Croatia
  174. Pina Picierno, Member, Delegation for Relations with Israel of the European Parliament, S&D, Italy
  175. The Rt Hon the Lord Eric Pickles, Chair, House of Lords' Conservative Friends of Israel, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  176. Stephan Pilsinger, Member of the Bundestag, CSU, Germany
  177. Philippe Pivin, Vice Chair, Chamber of Representatives' Justice Committee, Mouvement Réformateur, Belgium
  178. Lord Stuart Polak CBE, Member, EU Security and Justice Subcommittee of the House of Lords, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  179. Andrei Pop, Secretary, Chamber of Deputies' Budget, Finance, and Banks Committee, Social Democratic Party, Romania
  180. Pavel Popescu, Vice Chair, National Liberal Party Group in the Chamber of Deputies, National Liberal Party, Romania
  181. Karel Rais, Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Science and Universities Subcommittee, Vice Chair, Science, Education, Culture, Youth and Sports Committee, ANO2011, Czech Republic
  182. Päivi Räsänen, Member, Intelligence Supervision Committee of the Parliament of Finland, Christian Democratic Party, Finland
  183. Zbigniew Rau, Chair, Sejm's Foreign Affairs Committee, Law and Justice, Poland
  184. Kathleen Rice, Chair, U.S. House of Representatives' Border Security, Facilitation, and Operations Subcommittee, Democrat, U.S.
  185. Nicola Richards, Member of the House of Commons, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  186. Frédérique Ries, Vice President, Renew Europe Group in the European Parliament, Renew Europe, Belgium
  187. Maria Rizzotti, Member of the Senate of the Republic, Forza Italia, Italy
  188. Max Rose, Chair, U.S. House of Representatives' Intelligence and Counterterrorism Subcommittee, Democrat, U.S.
  189. Marco Rubio, Chair, U.S. Senate's Intelligence Select Committee, Chair, Small Business Committee, Republican, U.S.
  190. Bert-Jan Ruissen, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Israel, ECR, Netherlands
  191. Wille Rydman, Member of the Parliament of Finland, National Coalition Party, Finland
  192. Darya Safai, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Representative, New Flemish Alliance, Belgium
  193. Christian Sagartz, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Austria
  194. Grzegorz Schetyna, Member, Sejm's Foreign Affairs Committee, Civic Platform, Poland
  195. Simone Schmiedtbauer, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Austria
  196. Brad Schneider, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat, U.S.
  197. Ofer Shelah, Chair, Knesset's Intelligence, Secret Services, Captives and Missing Soldiers Subcommittee, Yesh Atid, Israel
  198. Radosław Sikorski, Chair, European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with the United States of America, EPP, Poland
  199. Mojca Škrinjar, Deputy Chair, National Assembly's Education, Science, Sport and Youth Committee, Slovenian Democratic Party, Slovenia
  200. Sara Skyttedal, Chair, European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Iraq, EPP, Sweden
  201. Michaela Šojdrová, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Czech Republic
  202. Ivan Štefanec, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Slovakia
  203. Davor Ivo Stier, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the Croatian Parliament, Member, European Affairs Committee, Croatian Democratic Union, Croatia
  204. David Stögmüller, Chair, National Council's Incompatibility Committee, Secretary, National Defence Permanent Subcommittee, Die Grünen, Austria
  205. Benjamin Strasser, FDP Spokesperson, Interior and Homeland Committee of the Bundestag, FDP, Germany
  206. Ramona-Victoria Strugariu, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Moldova Parliamentary Association Committee, Renew Europe, Romania
  207. Tom Suozzi, Member, U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat, U.S.
  208. Michał Szczerba, Chair, Sejm's Polish-Israeli Parliamentary Group, Civic Platform, Poland
  209. Sándor Székely, Member of the National Assembly, Independent, Hungary
  210. Antonio Tajani, Chair, European Parliament's Committee on Constitutional Affairs, Chair, Conference of Committee Chairs, EPP, Italy
  211. Rudolf Taschner, Chair, National Council's Education Committee, Deputy Chair, Science Committee, ÖVP, Austria
  212. The Rt Hon the Lord John Taylor of Holbeach CBE, Member of the House of Lords, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  213. Lord Norman Tebbit CH, Member of the House of Lords, Conservative Party, United Kingdom
  214. Riho Terras, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Estonia
  215. Barbara Thaler, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Austria
  216. Michael Thews, Vice Chair, Bundestag's Environment, Conservation and Nuclear Security Committee, SPD, Germany
  217. Romana Tomc, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Slovenia
  218. Evžen Tošenovský, Member of the European Parliament, ECR, Czech Republic
  219. Maria Tripodi, Member, Defence Committee of the Chamber of Deputies, Forza Italia, Italy
  220. David Trone, Vice Chair, U.S. House of Representatives' Middle East, North Africa, and International Terrorism Subcommittee, Democrat, U.S.
  221. Dragos Tudorache, Member, Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, Renew Europe, Romania
  222. Lord Leslie Turnberg, Member of the House of Lords, Labour Party, United Kingdom
  223. Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski, Chair, Senate of Poland’s Emigration Affairs and Contacts with Poles Abroad Committee, Independent, Poland
  224. István Ujhelyi, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Transport and Tourism Committee, S&D, Hungary
  225. Péter Ungár, Member, National Security Committee of the National Assembly, Hungary's Green Party, Hungary
  226. Ágnes Vadai, Vice Chair, National Assembly's Defense and Law Enforcement Committee, Democratic Coalition, Hungary
  227. Inese Vaidere, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly, EPP, Latvia
  228. Kees van der Staaij, Chair, Reformed Political Party Group in the House of Representatives, Reformed Political Party, The Netherlands
  229. Pierre Vatin, Member of the National Assembly, Les Républicains, France
  230. Silviu Vexler, Chair, Chamber of Deputies' Friendship Parliamentary Group with the State of Israel, Parliamentary Group of the National Minorities, Romania
  231. Lorant Vincze, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Romania
  232. Viola Von Cramon, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Association Committee, Greens/EFA, Germany
  233. Joël Voordewind, Vice Chair, House of Representatives of the Netherlands' Foreign Affairs Committee, Christian Union, Netherlands
  234. Veronika Vrecionová, Member of the European Parliament, ECR, Czech Republic
  235. Kees de Vries, Member of the Bundestag, CDU, Germany
  236. Cathay Wagantall, Member of the House of Commons, Conservative Party, Canada
  237. Marion Walsmann, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee, EPP, Germany
  238. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Chair, U.S. House of Representatives' Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Subcommittee, Democrat, U.S.
  239. Witold Waszczykowski, Chair, European Parliament’s Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Association Committee, Vice Chair, Foreign Affairs Committee, ECR, Poland
  240. Marian Wendt, Chair, Bundestag's Petition Committee, CDU, Germany
  241. Angelika Winzig, Member of the European Parliament, EPP, Austria
  242. Pavel Žáček, Vice Chair, Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic's Security Committee, Civic Democratic Party, Czech Republic
  243. Jan Zahradil, Vice Chair, European Parliament International Trade Committee, ECR, Czech Republic
  244. Javier Zarzalejos, Member, Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, EPP, Spain
  245. Tomáš Zdechovský, Vice Chair, European Parliament’s Employment and Social Affairs Committee, EPP, Czech Republic
  246. Lee Zeldin, Ranking Member, U.S. House of Representatives' Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, Republican, U.S.
  247. Bob Zimmer, Shadow Minister, Northern Affairs & Northern Economic Development Agency, Conservative Party, Canada
  248. Emanuelis Zingeris, Chair, Parliament of Lithuania's Transatlantic Relations and Democratic Development Subcommittee, Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats, Lithuania
  249. Juan Ignacio Zoido Álvarez, Member, Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean of the European Parliament, EPP, Spain
  250. Željana Zovko, Member, Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, EPP, Croatia
  251. Anna-Maria Żukowska, Deputy Chair, Sejm's Polish-Israeli Parliamentary Group, Deputy Chair, Justice and Human Rights Committe, Democratic Left Alliance, Poland
  252. Milan Zver, Vice Chair, European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with the Countries of South Asia, EPP, Slovenia