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Das europäische Parlament hat am 17. Februar seinen 2021 annual report on CSDP (Common Security and Defence Policy) mit einer für uns interessanten Klarstellung veröffentlicht:
"58. Welcomes the progress made to allow the development of new European military capabilities in connection with the European Defence Industrial Development Programme (EDIDP) and the Preparatory Action on Defence Research (PADR) by strengthening the European Defence Technological and Industrial Base (EDTIB), which is crucial for achieving strategic autonomy; underscores the importance of a strong, competitive and innovative EDTIB, combined with the emergence of an EU defence equipment market which fully respects internal market rules and the EU’s Common Position on arms exports; calls on the Commission to learn the useful lessons from these instruments for EDF with the aim of achieving operational results; welcomes the adoption of the EDF Regulation and the clear rules it sets out; recalls the highly sensitive and strategic nature of defence research, both for industrial competitiveness and for the EU’s strategic autonomy; considers that in order to preserve the competitiveness of the EDTIB, it is essential to support the access of its companies to bank and non-bank financing; underlines that defence production is largely dual in nature and serves the civilian domain; calls on the Commission to ensure that the European ecolabel, while encouraging industry to be more environmentally friendly, preserves the competitiveness of the European defence industry, particularly since it plays an important role for the strategic autonomy of the EU;"