The inaugural plenary session will take place tomorrow, Saturday 19 June, in Strasbourg.
This Tuesday 22 June at 14:00, the website for submitting entries to the Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism will be officially launched at the Press Club Brussels Europe.
EU legislators reached a political agreement on Thursday on the 5 billion euro Brexit Adjustment Reserve, paving the way for a first payment by December.
European airspace management should be fine-tuned to optimise flight routes, reduce flight delays and cut CO2 emissions, said the Transport and Tourism Committee.
EP and Council negotiators reached a deal on new road charging rules for trucks to transition from time-based to distance-based charging, reducing CO2 emissions.
The inaugural plenary session will take place in Strasbourg on Saturday morning 19 June, preceded by meetings of the representatives in their political caucuses the day before.
The briefing with the Coordinator of the EP delegation is organised in anticipation of the inaugural plenary session that will take place on 19.06 in Strasbourg.
On Monday, national MPs and MEPs will meet to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the external dimension of asylum and migration policies.
On Thursday, Parliament adopted three resolutions on the human rights situation at the Spanish/Moroccan border, in Russia, and in Sri Lanka.
Caged animal farming could be phased out in the European Union by 2027, say MEPs.
Parliament calls on the EU to punish those involved in forcing a plane to land in Minsk on 23 May and in the detention of journalist Raman Pratasevich.
Parliament insists that national recovery plans must fully meet the agreed requirements and targets for fair and green growth and digital transformation
MEPs call for tighter EU cybersecurity standards for connected devices, apps and operating systems, amid recent cyberattacks on critical infrastructure in the EU.
MEPs instruct EP President Sassoli to call on the Commission, within two weeks at the latest, to “fulfil its obligations” under the Rule of Law Conditionality Regulation.
To accelerate global vaccine rollout, MEPs demand the temporary lifting of intellectual property rights protection for COVID-19 vaccines.
Weekly agenda:Next events
Parliamentary committeesBrussels, Jòzsef Antall, 4Q2
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Parliamentary committeesBrussels, Altiero Spinelli, 1G3
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