The results of the EU summit of 28-29 June, in which leaders are aiming to advance towards a deal on the EU’s policy on migration and asylum, will be the focus of a plenary debate on Tuesday with Council President Tusk and Commission President Juncker.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki will be the eighth EU leader to debate the future of Europe with MEPs and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday morning at 9.00
MEPs will debate on Monday and put to a vote on Tuesday the first EU programme dedicated to boosting innovation in the European defence industry.
Non-EU nationals exempt from visa requirements will have to get authorisation before travelling to the EU, under new rules to be voted on Thursday. Travellers considered to pose a security, irregular migration or high epidemic risk would be denied access.
MEPs will vote on draft new rules to improve enforcement and tackle illegal practices in road transport, and on posting of drivers and drivers’ rest periods on Wednesday.
The Legal Affairs Committee’s decision to open negotiations with Council will be announced on Monday. MEPs could contest the decision, asking for a plenary vote.