Greens/EFA concerns about Prime Minister Orbán's visit to Moscow

In this situation, the visit of the Prime Minister of Hungary to Moscow represents a clear breach of the principle of sincere cooperation and massively damages the Union's reputation.

Greens/EFA Group elects bureau

On Tuesday 25 June, the Greens/EFA Group elected the members to make up its bureau. Seven Vice-Presidents will sit in the Bureau with the two Co-Presidents.

Volt MEPs join Greens/EFA Group for new mandate

We are pleased to announce that the five Volt MEPs are joining the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament following a large majority of Volt members’ decision over the weekend.

Greens/EFA Group elects Bas Eickhout and Terry Reintke as Co-Presidents

On June 19th, the Greens/EFA Group elected Bas Eickhout, and re-elected Terry Reintke, as Co-Presidents of the Group. A press point with Terry Reintke and Bas Eickhout is organized on the same day at 14.00 today outside the Greens/EFA Group room (JAN6Q2) where they will be taking questions.

Greens/EFA welcome Council finally adopts historic Nature Restoration Law

The environment ministers finally approved the Nature Restoration Law. The approval has for months been deadlocked in the Council, but following the announcement last night by Leonore Gewessler, Green minister for Climate and Nature in Austria, that Austria would vote in favour of the legislation, the Council was able to adopt this historic Nature Restoration Law.

European elections show democratic majority must stand united against far-right more than ever

Following the latest exit polls and results of the 2024 European Election, the Greens/EFA Group is ready to continue being a constructive force for the future of the Union for this upcoming mandate.


Two women facing security cameras mounted on wall above / CC0 Matthew Henry
Two women facing security cameras mounted on wall above / CC0 Matthew Henry
making it green together illustration
making it green together illustration