EU countries must apply Israel settlement labelling rules – GUE/NGL MEPs

Irish MEP Marina Anderson and other members of the Parliament’s left-wing European United Left/Nordic Green Left (GUE/NGL) group have demanded that EU member states apply the bloc’s settlement labelling requirements to imports from Israel occupied territories.

The GUE/NGL members spoke out on the issue during a Parliamentdebate on a new Israeli law permitting settlements in the West Bank, inStrasbourg on Tuesday (February 14).

Irish MEP Anderson also called on the EU to imposesanctions on exports from the

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