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The Eastern Partnership in the shadow of the war

On 14 July, the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold a hearing from 11.00-12.30 on the EU policy towards the Eastern Partnership countries following the Russian invasion in Ukraine. Russian War of aggression against Ukraine is having a negative impact on the Eastern Partnership countries, who are affected by trade disruptions, a refugee and other crises.

The EU and Antarctica: a foreign perspective

On 14 June, the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold a hearing from 14.30 -15.45 on the EU foreign policy towards Antarctica. The continent is recently attracting increasing attention because of its position and its rich natural resources. The hearing will examine the ongoing situation in Antarctica, the future challenges faced by the continent and discuss how the Parliament could contribute to the future EU policy in this area.

Sun shining over middle-east from space gulf region map

On 22 March, the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold a hearing from 10h00-12h00 on the strategic partnership with the Gulf region. Ahead of the EU Joint Communication on a Partnership with the Gulf foreseen in early May, MEPs will discuss with leading experts the EU's relations with this key region, priorities and the way forward.

Hearing on Transatlantic cooperation

On 14 March, the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold a hearing on transatlantic cooperation following Russian aggression on Ukraine. MEPs will discuss with leading experts and practitioners the implications of the ongoing war for the cooperation between the transatlantic partners as well as the possible way forward and the support for democracy in Ukraine.

Multilateralism

On 24 January, the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold a hearing on multilateralism. MEPs will discuss with leading experts and practitioners the role which the EU should play in promoting a rules-based, networked and effective multilateralism, as well as those policy tools which could make the EU more effective in this role.

Cubes spelling the word "culture"

On 14 October 2021 the Committee on Culture and Education and the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold a joint public hearing on “Culture in the EU's external relations”.

Culture

Culture in external relations is the topic for the upcoming public hearing organised jointly by the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Committee on Culture and Education on Thursday, 14 October 2021.

AFET Hearing

On 27 May, the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Subcommittee on Security and Defence will hold an online hearing "Collective security in the GULF". The recent tensions in the Middle East, as well as frequent attacks on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia or series of oil tankers detentions in the Strait of Hormuz, have contributed to a worsening of security situation in the region.

Alexei Navalny

On 10 May, the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold an online hearing " EU long-term strategy towards Russia ". Amid the recent expulsions of diplomats and blacklisting of prominent EU officials as well as Russia's continued crackdown on the opposition, the Foreign Affairs Committee will take stock of the achievements and the shortcomings of the current EU strategy vis à vis Russia.

Hearing on Arctic - AFET Meeting

On 13 April, the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold an online hearing "The Arctic: a new arena of geostrategic importance and great powers' rivalry". The growing geo-economic and geopolitical importance of the Arctic region for European economy and security calls for an updated, more integrated EU approach towards this region.

COVID and foreign affairs

On 6 July, the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold an online hearing on the geopolitical implications of the COVID-19 crisis. The pandemic has had profound geopolitical consequences that inevitably affect key aspects of EU foreign policy, including relations with major global powers, humanitarian aid, development and peacekeeping, and the fight against disinformation and cyber-attacks.