MEPs will exchange views on the future of Europe with Latvian Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš on Wednesday at 10.00.
Mr. Kariņš will be the twentieth and last EU head of state or government to debate the future of Europe with MEPs during this parliamentary term. Find out more about the previous debates here.
Mr. Kariņš was elected as Prime Minister in January 2019. Before his appointment, he had been a Member of the European Parliament since 2009 (“Jaunā Vienotība” (New Unity)/EPP).
Immediately after the debate, EP President Antonio Tajani and Mr Kariņš will give a press point at around 12.30 in front of the Protocol room
Debate: Wednesday, 17 April
Press conference: Wednesday, 17 April, at 12.30 with President Antonio Tajani and Krišjānis Kariņš
Procedure: Future of Europe debate (without resolution)