In the European Parliament Agenda this week: Helmut Kohl, migration and terrorism
On Saturday, the European Parliament commemorates Helmut Kohl – the former chancellor of Germany. Parliament in Strasbourg hosts the European memorial ceremony for the Honorary Citizen of Europe. President Tajani, Donald Tusk, Jean-Claude Juncker, Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron and former president of the United States Bill Clinton are among the speakers.
On Monday the LIBE Committee presents the draft report on the mission to Greece hotspots and Athens that took place in May 2017. On the same day the Commission discloses its Thirteenth report on relocation and resettlement and the Sixth Report on the implementation of the EU-Turkey Statement.
On Thursday, the Eurojust President Michèle Coninsx presents and discusses the main points of the 2016 report on foreign terrorist fighters before the civil liberties committee.
Parliament presents a seminar on the future of Europe on Tuesday. It is part of a series of inter-religious dialogues organised by the European Parliament – in collaboration with Europe’s churches, religions, philosophical and non-confessional organisations. First Vice-President Mairead McGuinness and Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans are to participate.