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"Mr President, I should like to thank Mrs Járóka for the quality of her report and for the fact that she considered the proposed amendments so seriously. I am also very pleased with the results of the vote within the Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality. In my amendments, I emphasised certain points that I feel are vital when it comes to the position of Roma women in particular: the need for Roma children to learn to read and write, and also the importance of social mixing with regard to housing and the need to provide accommodation sites for travelling Roma. Access to education still seems to present a problem for Mrs Járóka, but a majority of my colleagues in the Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality chose to support my proposals, for which I am grateful to them. I hope that the same will be true in plenary and, more generally, that this excellent report will receive broad support, because it is initiatives such as this that will help to provide more information to the citizens of Europe and to improve the everyday life and integration of the Roma."@en1

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