On Wednesday at 17.30, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will address MEPs, followed by political group leaders.
On Thursday, MEPs will hear from the European Commission and the Council on plans for a Joint European Action for more affordable, secure and sustainable energy.
MEPs are set to call for EU action to help Ukrainian production and to mitigate the effects of the war in Ukraine on agricultural markets and food supplies.
On Wednesday, plenary will assess the 10-11 March informal summit’s outcome and outline priorities for the 24-25 March European Council with Presidents Michel and von der Leyen.
The “Roam like at Home” scheme will be renewed for another ten years, under plans to be debated on Wednesday and put to the vote on Thursday.
The EU’s capacity to stop oligarchs from receiving EU funds is limited, due to highly fragmented reporting systems and lack of cooperation between EU countries.
MEPs will decide on the approval of €150 million in macro-financial aid for Moldova to cover part of the country’s external financing needs.
On Wednesday, MEPs will discuss what action may be needed following the leaks in February concerning possible wrongdoing by Credit Suisse.
473 employees in France who lost their jobs due to a fall in sales of vending machine products caused by the COVID-19 pandemic should receive €4 million in EU aid.
On Thursday, MEPs will vote on the proposal by the Conference of Presidents (EP President Metsola and political group leaders) on Parliament’s 2023 calendar.
The names of the MEPs who will be sitting on two special committees and a committee of inquiry will be announced on Thursday.
Newsletter – 23-24 March 2022 – Brussels plenary