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Sajjad Karim welcomes increased EU funding for humanitarian crisis in Pakistan

Pakistan is set to receive an extra €15million of additional funding from the EU as part of humanitarian aid to help victims of the floods. Pakistan has been affected by major flooding in recent years, with around 5.8million people affected by the floodwater in 2011 and 2.2million affected earlier this year.

MEP Drop-In Session, Preston

As part of the Business Week at Preston Guild, Sajjad represented the UK Office of the European Parliament at a Drop-In session held in the newly restored business centre, Cotton Court, in Preston.

FSB "Question Time" Panel Discussion

The Lancashire and Cumbria Branch of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), recently held a "Question Time" style panel discussion at Brockholes Nature Reserve, near Preston

Sajjad Karim MEP raises Rohingya Crisis in the EU

The plight of the minority Rohingya people in Burma has finally been debated in the European Parliament following calls from Sajjad, along with other Members of the European Parliament. A motion for resolution was put forward by the ECR Group.

Sajjad calls for EU action in Syria

Sajjad has called for urgent intervention by both the European Union and the International Community to help prevent the escalation the political and humanitarian crisis in Syria.