10 February 2022
On Wednesday, MEPs and Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell will debate the latest diplomatic attempts to de-escalate tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine.
MEPs will assess on Wednesday the EU Court’s decision on the request to annul the regulation that links disbursement of EU funds with respect for the rule of law.
Parliament will debate and vote on its proposals on what measures and actions the EU must take to fight against cancer.
On Monday, MEPs will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Euro and discuss with European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde the work of the ECB in 2021.
Existing rules and market surveillance activities should be strengthened to ensure the safety of all toys sold on the EU market, including from non-EU countries and online.
On Wednesday afternoon, MEPs and the Commission will debate the current situation on intra-EU travel rules, as well as the need for a coordinated approach.
MEPs are set to approve new road charging rules for trucks, moving from time-based to distance-based charging, and reducing CO2 emissions as a result.
On Tuesday 15 February at 12.00, the President of Colombia Iván Duque will address MEPs in the Strasbourg hemicycle.
On Thursday, Parliament is set to endorse the provisional agreement on limiting workers’ exposure to carcinogens, mutagens and reprotoxic substances.
MEPs will debate and vote on their recommendations for accelerating the deployment of offshore wind energy in Europe.
On Tuesday, MEPs will discuss the most recent revelations that EU governments have used Pegasus spyware on journalists, politicians and others.
Ahead of the 17-18 February European Union-African Union summit in Brussels, MEPs will review the EU’s relations with Africa on Tuesday afternoon.
Non-profit organisations (NPOs) play a fundamental role in European economic, democratic and social life, but still lack a legal status at EU level.
On Wednesday, Parliament will vote on a resolution that demands immediate measures to secure and improve the future and well-being of Europe’s youth.
MEPs will decide whether to prolong COVID-19 relief measures for the rail sector that allow charges to access rail infrastructure to be reduced, waved or deferred.
On Monday, MEPs will debate a resolution assessing the work done by European Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly in 2020.
Almost 300 Airbus employees in France who lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic should receive €3.7 million in EU employment aid.
Parliament will hold urgent debates on the following human rights, democracy and rule of law topics on Thursday morning, followed by votes later the same day.