Srebrenica. MEPs will pay tribute to the victims of Srebrenica, marking the 25th anniversary of one of Europe’s worst massacres since World War II, in a debate with Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi at 09.15.
European culture. From around 09.45, MEPs are set to ask the Commission Vice-President Margaritis Schinas to come up with a plan to help the EU’s cultural and creative sector, hit hard by the pandemic.
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Cohesion policy. MEPs will debate from around 10.30 the role of cohesion policy in tackling the socio-economic impact of COVID-19, with Commissioner Elisa Ferreira.
Health. Following Wednesday’s debate, MEPs will adopt at 18.00 a resolution on “The EU’s public health strategy post-COVID-19”.
Money Laundering. At 18.00, MEPs will adopt a resolution on “Preventing money laundering and terrorist financing”, following Wednesday’s debate.
Chemicals. Following yesterday’s debate, MEPs will adopt at 18.00 a resolution on a “Chemicals strategy for sustainability”.
Votes and results
The results of the votes that took place on Thursday evening will be announced at 09.00, on, among other things,
- Protecting the EU’s financial interests and combating fraud, and
- Humanitarian situation in Venezuela and the migration and refugee crisis, and
- Activities of the European Investment Bank.
Also at 09.00, the names of MEPs who will be sitting on the subcommittee on tax matters, the committee of inquiry on animal transport and on the special committees on cancer, on artificial intelligence and on foreign interference and disinformation in the EU will be announced.
The first voting session starts today at 9.45, with votes being announced at 13.30, on, among other things,
- Guidelines for the employment policies of the member states,
- European approach to energy storage, and
- Revision of the guidelines for trans-European energy infrastructure.
The second and final voting session starts at 14.15, with results being announced at 18.00.