The Presidents of the three main EU institutions will meet on Thursday in Bazoches to debate the future of the EU as well as current geopolitical challenges.
Speakers from the Western Balkans parliaments will gather at the European Parliament, under President Sassoli's patronage, to discuss European prospects for their region.
The Constitutional Affairs Committee agreed on Thursday to recommend that the EP plenary should approve the UK withdrawal terms.
Ministers are outlining the priorities of the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.
MEPs want a strong set of rights to protect consumers in the context of artificial intelligence and automated decision-making.
The Constitutional Affairs Committee will vote on its recommendation on the UK withdrawal agreement, on Thursday afternoon.
A deal between Parliament and Finnish Presidency negotiators on reforming the road transport sector was approved by the Transport and Tourism Committee on Tuesday.
The Committee on International Trade backed the free trade and investment protection agreements between the EU and Vietnam on Tuesday.
To protect animal welfare, consumers and public health, the Environment and Public Health Committee called for EU Action Plan to address illegal trade in companion animals.
To protect human health and the environment, the Environment Committee objected on Tuesday to a Commission proposal allowing lead in recycled PVC.
On Thursday, MEPs approved the annual report on the European Ombudsman’s investigations in 2018.
MEPs want the upcoming global biodiversity conference COP 15 to agree on legally binding targets, as was the case for the Paris agreement on climate change.
Ceturtdien Eiropas Parlaments vērsa uzmanību uz to, ka ES dalībvalstu sarunas ar Poliju un Ungāriju nav uzlabojušas pamattiesību ievērošanu šajās dalībvalstīs.
The European Parliament condemns the recent attempted coup to prevent Juan Guaidó from being re-elected President of the Venezuelan National Assembly.
On Thursday, the European Parliament adopted two resolutions taking stock of the human rights and rule of law situation in Nigeria and Burundi.