7ú téarma parlaiminteach
Comhdháil Chathaoirligh na dToscaireachtaí
Toscaireachtaí
6ú téarma parlaiminteach
Comhdháil Chathaoirligh na dToscaireachtaí (6ú téarma)
Toscaireachtaí Eorpacha (6ú téarma)
Toscaireachtaí Neamh-Eorpacha (6ú téarma)
Miscellaneous
Cuardach doiciméid
Iar-thoscaireachtaí
AE-an Chróit

Doiciméid don Suí IomlánachDoiciméid don Suí Iomlánach
 Físeáin de dhíospóireachtaí sa suí iomlánach Físeáin de dhíospóireachtaí sa suí iomlánach
 An tUachtarán An tUachtarán
An tArd-RúnaíAn tArd-Rúnaí
Le teacht aníos sna coistíLe teacht aníos sna coistí
Think TankThink Tank

DEEA

An Eilvéis, an Íoslainn agus an Iorua agus chun an Chomhchoiste Pharlaimintigh den Limistéar Eorpach Eacnamaíoch (LEE)

an Eilvéis Lichtinstéin an Iorua an Íoslainn

Curtha sa chartlann an 1 Iúil 2009 – Níl na leathanaigh seo tugtha cothrom le dáta.

Doiciméid do na cruinnithe
Presentation and competencies

 
The European Parliament's delegation for relations with Switzerland was established in 1981, with Iceland in 1987 and with Norway in 1982. The interparliamentary delegations meet once a year.
 
The SINEEA delegation is also responsible for the European Parliament's relations to the Nordic Council, to the Conference of Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region and to the Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference and has permanent seats in these assemblies.
 
The delegation is also responsible for the relations with the West Nordic Council (The Faroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland).
 
The European Economic Area Joint Parliamentary Committee (EEA JPC) was established in January 1994 in order to contribute, through dialogue and debate, to a better understanding between the EU and the EFTA States and to ensure democratic control in the fields covered by the EEA Agreement. The JPC expresses its views in form of resolutions addressed to the EEA institutions, to the European Parliament and to the parliaments of Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein.
 
The EEA JPC is composed of an equal number of members of the European Parliament and of the parliaments of Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein. The JPC meets twice a year.