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MEPs will hear details of the revised proposal for the EU’s long-term budget and discuss the future of tourism as well as workers’ mobility.
Parliamentary committees will this week deal wtih the EU’s Covid-19 strategy and support for neighbouring countries.
MEPs called for a €2 trillion recovery package to help overcome the damage caused by the Covid-19 pandemic during the May plenary session.
MEPs decided to approve the implementation of the EU's 2018 budget by most of the EU institutions and agencies in a procedure known as discharge.
During a plenary session starting Wednesday MEPs will look at how the EU budget can help Europe exit the Covid-19 crisis and will also vote on new tyre labelling rules.
A message from the presidents of the European Parliament, European Council and Commission marking Europe Day.
Seventy years after the Schuman declaration, Europe is facing a crisis that makes EU solidarity more important than ever.
The EU's long-term budget and the impact of Covid-19 feature on Parliament’s agenda this week, with many MEPs continuing to participate in meetings remotely.
As Europe tries to contain the Covid-19 crisis, preserving democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights remains crucial, according to MEPs
Committees have a busy week ahead of them: from discussing Covid-19’s economic impact to voting on plans for tyre labelling and support for the agriculture sector.
Europe’s economies can only be relaunched by member states acting together, Parliament President David Sassoli warned EU leaders.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced Parliament to limit physical meetings and function remotely, but MEPs are still able to approve urgent EU measures to fight the pandemic.