3- Government of Saudi Arabia planned and conducted extrajudicial killing of Jamal4Khasshogi violating basic human rights. Such case showed Saudi Arabia’s unwillingness to 5accept critical voices;
6- It is impossible to track the usage of exported weapons from the EU to Saudi Arabia.7Therefore, it cannot be ensured that the weapons are used to protect totalitarian systems in and 8outside Saudi Arabia;
9- The strategic partnership including the export of weapons during the last years did not10have a positive impact on did not have postitve impact on peaceful cooperation and detente in 11Middle East region;
13- The EU has to stand in for democratic values and the worldwide implementation of the14Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the UN,
15- Economic interests and the export of weapons cannot be given preference to democratic16values.
18- an immediate export stop of weapons to Saudi Arabia from all EU member states,
19- a consideration of EU sanctions against Saudi Arabian politicians and other persons close20to the Saudi Arabian government,
21- a common European strategy for Saudi Arabia and a critical reconsideration of the past22strategy of the member states of the EU.
Attention: This is a preview! The official text is printed in the proposal book for Skopje Spring Congress 2020 03 - 05 April 2020.