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Ordinary meetings

Meeting of 29 November 2018, Brussels

The Delegation will hold an exchange of views :
  • on the report of the 3rd meeting of the EU-Tunisia JPC in Tunis, from 17 to 20 September 2018 and the INTA mission in Tunisia, 8 and 9 October 2018
  • with Ms Alexandra Jour-Schroeder, Deputy Director General, DG JUST, on the forthcoming Communication on the European Strategy to Combat Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism, in the presence of a representative of the EEAS

Meeting of 22 November 2018, Brussels

Le Maroc et la Tunisie, deux pays retenus comme prioritaires au soutien à la démocratie par le Parlement européen, ont introduit des changements constitutionnels en matière des libertés individuelles et de l'égalité du genre dans la foulée de 2011. Désormais, il s'agit de les transposer en législation et de les appliquer sur le terrain. Or, la concrétisation de ces droits divise les sociétés marocaine et tunisienne qui restent très polarisées quand droits de l'homme universels, référentiel religieux et traditions s'entremêlent.

Cette conférence part sur le pari que le Parlement européen peut offrir un terrain neutre aux politiques et acteurs de la société civile désireux de s'engager dans un dialogue constructif pour promouvoir les libertés et l'égalité du genre au Maroc comme en Tunisie. Le regard croisé de l'exercice permettra de dégager des défis partagés que les participants européens pourront enrichir de leurs expériences respectives.


Meeting of 6 September 2018, Brussels

The Delegation held an exchange of views :

  • on the report by Delegation Chair Inés Ayala Sender and Fabio Massimo Castaldo, on the ad hoc visit to Libya, 20-23 May 2018
  • with Patrice Bergamini, the EU's Ambassador to Tunisia, with a view to the visit to Tunisia by the EU-Tunisia Joint Parliamentary Committee, 17-20 September 2018

Meeting of 14 June 2018, Strasbourg

The Delegation held an exchange of views with:
    • Santiago Fisas Ayxelà, Head of the European Parliament Election Observation Delegation for Tunisia
    • Fabio Massimo Castaldo, Chief EU Observer
on the local elections held in Tunisia on 6 May 2018

The report by delegation chair Inés Ayala Sender on the ad hoc mission to Libya from 20 to 23 May 2018 had to be postponed to a later date (due to a lack of time)

Meeting of 17 May 2018, Brussels

The Delegation held an exchange of views on the situation in Libya with Mr Tarek Megerisi, researcher at the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR).

This meeting was held in camera.

Meeting of 8 February 2018, Strasbourg


The Delegation held an exchange of views with members of the EU-Morocco Joint Parliamentary Committee on the work of the pairs at the mid point

Meeting of 11 January 2018, Brussels

The Delegation held an exchange of views on the situation in Tunisia, with:
  • Mr Sabri Bachtobji, Tunisian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
  • Mr Hichem Ben Ahmed, Tunisian Secretary of State for Foreign Trade and DCFTA Chief Negotiator

Meeting of 23 November 2017, Brussels

The Delegation held an exchange of views on:

  • Co-organised with the subcommittee on Human Rights: Exchange of views with H.E. Mr Abdallahi Bah Nagi Kebd, Ambassador of Mauritania, on the political situation in the country
  • Preparation of the mission to Libya: exchange of views with the EEAS representatives and Mr Farhat, Libyan Chargé d'Affaires

Meeting of 12 October 2017, Brussels

The Delegation had an exchange of views on the political and social situation in Tunisia with a view to the third meeting of the EU-Tunisia JPC (13 December 2017)

Meeting of 7 September 2017, Brussels

The meeting included an exchange of views on the work of the EU-Morocco JPC pairings

Meeting of 14 June 2017, Strasbourg

The meeting was held in camera.

In addition to the Chair's announcement, the agenda included
  • an exchange of views on revitalising the EU-Morocco JPC,
  • a point on the political and security situation in Libya.

Meeting of 4 May 2007, Brussels

The Chair opened the meeting with a short feedback report on the visit to Morocco, which took place from 17 to 21 April 2017, and invited colleagues to express interest in taking part in the forthcoming (18-21 September 2017) visit to Tunisia, dedicated to security issues and to the situation in Libya.

An exchange of views was held on the future of parliamentary relations between the EU and Tunisia, with:
  • with Mr Mohamed Fadhel Ben Omrane, Co-Chair of the EU- Tunisia JPC.

Meeting of 23 March 2017, Brussels

The meeting included a presentation of the study 'State of play of EU-Mauritania relations' and the outcome of the 10th interparliamentary meeting between the European Union and the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, held in Mauritania from 20 to 23 February 2017, in the presence of the European External Action Service (EEAS).

Meeting of 9 February 2017, Brussels

The meeting included an exchange of views on the situation in Morocco and on EU-Morocco relations in the presence of:
  • HE Ahmed Reda CHAMI, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to the EU.
Ambassador Chami outlined the basic principles of the EU-Morocco partnership that has been evolving for almost 50 years and was further strengthened when Morocco received advanced status within the European Neighbourhood Policy in 2008.

Meeting of 12 January 2017, Brussels

The meeting was dedicated to an exchange of views with:
  • the Ambassador of Mauritania to the EU, Mr Abdallah Bah Nagi Kebd,
  • Ms Maria Clara Girbau Ronda, EEAs desk for Mauritania.
The meeting was organised to better prepare the mission of the DMAG Delegation to Mauritania, which is due to take place from 19 to 23 February 2017.