Press briefing on this week’s plenary session

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The European Parliament’s spokesperson will hold a last-minute briefing on the 12 – 15 June plenary session today at 16.30.

Press briefing on this week’s plenary session

The European Parliament’s spokesperson will hold a last-minute briefing on the 12 – 15 June plenary session today at 16.30.

When: Monday 12 June at 16.30

Where: Daphne Caruana Galizia Press room and via Interactio

Key topics this week include:

  • Debate on Nova Kakhovka dam attack and efforts to rebuild Ukraine
  • Debate and vote on first-ever rules for safe and transparent Artificial Intelligence
  • Pegasus spyware inquiry: debate and vote on how to tackle abuse in Europe
  • Making batteries more sustainable, more durable, and better-performing: final vote
  • Debate with Council and Commission on Parliament’s priorities for the 29-30 June summit
  • Debate on the electoral law, the investigative committee and the rule of law in Poland
  • Formal sitting with the President of KosovoVijosa Osmani
  • This is Europe” debate with Nikos ChristodoulidesPresident of Cyprus

Interpretation of the press briefing will be available in English, French, GermanItalianSpanish and Polish.

Journalists wishing to actively participate and ask questions, please connect via Interactio by using this:

You can follow it live from 16.30 on Monday in Parliament’s Daphne Caruana Galizia press room or via Parliament’s webstreaming and EbS+.

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