This week, committee and political group meetings are in motion in the European Parliament in Brussels ahead of the upcoming Plenary session. On Tuesday, President Von der Leyen will arrive in Czech Republic to meet with Prime Minister Petr Fiala and participate in the Green Deal Summit 2023. On Thursday, the meeting of the Justice and Home Affairs Council will focus on asylum and migration on Wednesday, while an informal meeting of the General Affairs Council will address enlargement and cohesion policy on the same day.
On Monday, President of the European Central Bank Christine Lagarde will attend the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee meeting. They are expected to discuss inflation, economic governance review, public debt, and high levels of bank liquidity among other things. On Tuesday, the Parliament’s Press Service will hold a seminar for journalists focused on the European Media Freedom Act and Digital Services Act.
Council of Ministers
On Monday, the Competitiveness Council is expected to debate the Euro 7 regulation establishing standards on emissions or battery durability for motor vehicles, engines and components. The meeting of the Justice and Home Affairs Council will take place on Thursday to discuss the reform of the EU asylum legislation and exchange views about the external dimension of migration. The week will close with the informal ministerial meeting of the General Affairs Council beginning on Thursday where Ministers will talk about enlargement preparation and European cohesion policy.
European Commission and High Representative
Vice-President Jourová and Commissioner Johansson are set to hold meetings with Ilia Darchiashvili, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia on Monday. On Friday, Commissioner Sinkevičius, along with eight Ministers of the Baltic Sea states, will gather in Palanga, Lithuania, to discuss current challenges related to environment, fisheries, and economic activities in the region.
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