MEPs will exchange views about the future of Europe with Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Tuesday at 17.00.
An upgrade of the EU’s civil defence mechanism, tested to its limits in 2017 and 2018 by forest fires, storms and floods, will be put to a vote on Tuesday.
Parliament decides on Wednesday whether to approve the free trade and investment protection agreements between the EU and Singapore.
MEPs will vote on EU 2021-2027 funding rules and are set to oppose cuts to finances dedicated to regions.
Parliament is to vote on Thursday on setting up the first EU-level tool to screen foreign direct investment on grounds of security to protect strategic sectors.
Banks should charge equally for cross-border payments in euro and domestic payments and make currency conversion costs more transparent.
MEPs will vote on whether to approve an international agreement to prevent unregulated commercial fishing in the high seas of the central Arctic Ocean.
MEPs will vote on a plan to manage fishing opportunities in the Western Waters for demersal species, already informally agreed with EU Ministers.
MEPs will vote on whether to give their consent to the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement with Morocco that also covers the Western Sahara region.
Following media reports about ill-treatment of transported animals, MEPs will look into ways to improve their welfare, on Thursday.
MEPs will debate ways to address research gaps on medical cannabis with the European Commission, and adopt a resolution on Wednesday.
Member states have failed to replace chemical pesticides with low-risk alternatives, says a report to be put to the vote on Tuesday.
Developing EU rules and guidance on artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics will be the focus of a debate on Monday evening.
Plans to counter water scarcity by facilitating the reuse of treated wastewater for agricultural irrigation will be put to a vote on Tuesday.
The EU and its member states should do more to fight anti-gypsyism and implement concrete measures to promote Roma inclusion, Parliament is set to say.
MEPs will quiz the Commission on the growing discrimination women are facing in some member states, on Tuesday and vote on a resolution on Wednesday.
MEPs call on the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina to proceed with constitutional and political reforms, in order to advance with the EU integration process.
Parliament will hold urgent debates on the following human rights, democracy and rule of law topics on Thursday 14 February, at around 10.00, with the votes following at 12.00.
MEPs to discuss on Monday evening how to further strengthen and guarantee EU citizens’ rights.
MEPs will discuss how to enhance parliamentary oversight of the EU Commission, and the democratic legitimacy of EU institutions in the process, on Monday evening.
Newsletter - 11-14 February 2019 - Strasbourg plenary session