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Ordinary meetings

Meeting of 25 February 2019, Brussels

The next meeting of the DASE Delegation in presence of the 10 ASEAN Ambassadors is foreseen for 25th February 2019, room ASP 3G2, from 16:00 to 18:00.

Meeting (AFET) of 21 January 2019

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia, Saifuddin Abdullah, in AFET Meeting of 21 Jan 2019 with ASEAN Chair Langen and AFET Chair McAllister Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia, Saifuddin Abdullah, in AFET Meeting of 21 Jan 2019 with ASEAN Chair Langen and AFET Chair McAllister
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Chairs Werner Langen (ASEAN) and David McAllister (AFET) after the exchange of views in AFET meeting of 21 January 2019 with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia, Saifuddin Abdullah.

Meeting of 14 November 2018, Strasbourg

Meeting of 12 September 2018, Strasbourg

During the meeting, Members were informed about the 10th Asia-Europe Parliamentary (ASEP10) Meeting in Brussels at the end of September.
The Chair furthermore debriefed the Members on the recent participation of an EP delegation in the 39th ASEAN Interparliamentary (AIPA) General Assembly, which took place between 3 and 5 September in Singapore.
Representatives from the European External Action Service spoke about the latest developments in the Philippines, Thailand and EU-ASEAN relations.

Meeting of 13 June 2018, Strasbourg

Members who participated in the recent Delegation visit to Indonesia and Malaysia reported on the meetings held there as well as on political and economic developments.

Meeting of 18 April 2018, Strasbourg

The meeting was dedicated to preparations for the Delegation visit to Indonesia and Malaysia from 7 until 11 May 2018.
There was an exchange of views with representatives from the EEAS and the European Commission on the current political and economic situation in both countries as well as presentations by the Ambassadors of Indonesia and Malaysia.

Meeting of 7 February 2018, Strasbourg

The main subject of the meeting was an exchange of views on current developments in Thailand. Speakers were:
  • Eugénie Mérieau, lecturer and researcher at Sciences Po, Paris
  • Jade Donavanik, advisor to the Constitution Drafting Committee and Adjunct Professor of Law at Kasetsart University

Meeting of 10 January 2018, Brussels

Exchange of views with the Ambassadors of the ASEAN countries in the presence of representatives from the European External Action Service and the European Commission's DG Trade.

The state of play of EU-ASEAN relations was presented by the EEAS. MEPs discussed current political and economic developments in the Southeast Asia region with the Ambassadors of the 10 ASEAN Member States.

Meeting of 13 December 2017, Strasbourg

The Delegation discussed the human rights situation in the region, notably against the background of a resolution on Myanmar and two urgency resolutions on Cambodia and Vietnam. The Ambassador of Myanmar provided some explanations and an update on the situation from Myanmar's point of view.

Meeting of 4 October 2017, Strasbourg

The meeting was held to prepare the visit of the Delegation to Cambodia and Laos (30 October - 2 November 2017).

Speakers from the European Commission and the European External Action Service joined discussions via videoconference. The Ambassador of Laos to the EU, Khamkheuang Bounteum, briefed MEPs on the political and economic situation in his country.

Meeting of 13 September 2017, Strasbourg

The Ambassadors of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Singapore as well as Mr David Daly, Head of ASEAN Division in the European External Action Service, participated in the meeting.

Points of discussion were the planned delegation visit to Cambodia and Laos and the upcoming 38th General Assembly of the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA) in September in the Philippines, at which MEP Neena Gill would represent the European Parliament.

Meeting of 8 June 2017, Brussels

The Chair reported on the Delegation's visit to Singapore and Myanmar.

A presentation was given on the European Parliament's study on 'The future of EU-ASEAN relations'.

An exchange of views was held on recent political and economic developments in the ASEAN region with:
  • the Ambassadors of the Member States of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN).

Meeting of 5 April 2017, Strasbourg

The meeting included exchanges of views with:
  • MEP Sargentini, the Lead Member for democracy support for Myanmar.
  • representatives of the EEAS on Myanmar and Singapore also discussed the upcoming visit (via videoconference).

Meeting of 15 March 2017, Strasbourg

The meeting included exchanges of views with:
  • the Ambassadors of Myanmar and Singapore (in view of the upcoming visit), and
  • MEP Bütikofer (on the forthcoming report on EU-ASEAN relations - tbc).

Meeting of 14 December 2016, Strasbourg

An exchange of views was held with the Ambassadors of the Member States of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) on:
  • 40 years of EU-ASEAN diplomatic relations - state of play,
  • recent political and economic developments in the region,
  • rllegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing in Southeast Asia.

Meeting of 14 September 2016, Strasbourg

Mrs. Busaya Mathelin, Ambassador and Head of Mission of Thailand to the European Union, attended the meeting and spoke about the political situation in Thailand and EU-Thailand relations.

Prof. Niki Aloupi, University of Strasbourg, presented a report on the recent judgement of the Permanent Court of Arbitration on the South China Sea.

Exchange of views was held on the forthcoming Delegation visit to Myanmar and Singapore from 31 October - 4 November 2016.

Meeting of 31 August 2016, Brussels

In addition to delegation members, the following invitees attended the meeting:
  • the new Ambassador of Indonesia to the EU,
  • a representative of the Embassy of Singapore
  • a representative of the EEAS,
  • David Martin, the INTA Rapporteur for the FTAs with Indonesia, the Philippines and Myanmar.
The following points were addressed:
  • economic relations EU-Indonesia, CEPA, and the integration Process in the EU and ASEAN;
  • Indonesia as an example of peaceful co-existence of democracy and religions,
  • general political developments in Indonesia and the EU.