Calendar of meetings

Calendar of meetings

 
 

Long-term calendar Delegation to the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee

+ Preparatory meeting

+ with MEP

+ - PREPARATORY MEETING FOR THE 76TH EU-TURKEY JPC MEETING

14-01-2015

15:00

Strasbourg : LOW - S4.1

Long-term calendar Delegation to the EU-Mexico Joint Parliamentary Committee

+ Preparatory meeting

+ with MEP

+ - PREPARATORY MEETING TO THE XVIII JOINT PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE EU-MEXICO

15-01-2015

09:30

Strasbourg : SDM - SDM-S5

Long-term calendar Delegation to the EU-Chile Joint Parliamentary Committee

27-01-2015

09:00

Brussels : ASP - A1E-2

27-01-2015

14:45

Brussels : ASP - A1E-2

Long-term calendar Delegation for relations with the Palestinian Legislative Council

11-02-2015

14:45

Strasbourg : LOW - N3.2

Long-term calendar Delegation for relations with the Maghreb countries and the Arab Maghreb Union

22-01-2015

15:15

Brussels : ASP - A5E-2

Long-term calendar Delegation for relations with the Mashreq countries

29-01-2015

14:00

Brussels : ASP - A5E-2

Long-term calendar Delegation for relations with the Arab Peninsula

08-01-2015

10:15

Brussels : ASP - A5G-2

Long-term calendar Delegation for relations with Iraq

26-02-2015

14:00

Brussels : ASP - A5E-2

Long-term calendar Delegation for relations with the United States

+ Preparatory meeting

21-05-2015

10:15

Strasbourg : SDM - SDM-S5

Long-term calendar Delegation for relations with Canada

+ Ordinary meeting

+ - MEETING OF THE DELEGATION FOR RELATIONS WITH CANADA

14-01-2015

16:00

Strasbourg : LOW - S4.1

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Principles governing delegation activities
 

Delegations shall maintain and develop Parliament’s international contacts. Accordingly, delegation activities shall, on the one hand, be aimed at maintaining and enhancing contacts with parliaments of States that are traditionally partners of the European Union and, on
the other hand, contribute to promoting in third countries the values on which the European Union is founded, namely the principles of liberty, democracy, respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms, and the rule of law (Articles 6 and 11(1), fifth indent, of the EU Treaty).
 
Parliament's international contacts shall be governed by the principles of public international law.
 
Parliament’s international contacts shall be aimed at fostering, wherever possible and appropriate, the parliamentary dimension of international relations.
 
(Article 3, principles governing delegation activities adopted by the Conference of Presidents on 21 September 2006)