skip to content

Cookies on the EU website

We use cookies to give the best experience on our site. Continue without changing your settings, and you'll receive cookies, or change your cookie settings at any time.


Summit conclusion, Turkey and anti-dumping – this week at the European Parliament

It is going to be an exciting week for the MEPs in Brussels. As the European Council Summit comes to an end, the G20 meeting with European Council President and the Commission formally kicks off. We have more details for you below:



Summit conclusions and G20. MEPs will debate the outcome of the 22-23 June European Council meeting and address issues on the agenda of the 7-8 July G20 meeting with European Council President Donald Tusk and the Commission (Wednesday).

Turkey. Parliament will discuss Turkey’s 2016 reform efforts with Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn on Wednesday and vote on a resolution on Thursday. They are likely to ask for EU accession talks to be suspended if proposed changes to the Turkish constitution go ahead.  A press conference with the rapporteur is scheduled on Wednesday at 11.30.

Anti-dumping. Parliament could soon start talks with national governments on new EU anti-dumping rules designed to better protect EU industry and jobs against unfair trade practices from non-EU countries, if there are no objections at the July plenary session in Strasbourg. (Tuesday)

Read the full agenda
Previous weeks