On Wednesday, MEPs will discuss and vote on the European Commission’s proposal for a digital green certification, which could lead to quicker negotiations with member states so that it can be adopted in the summer.
Certificate, safe and operational in digital or paper form, should facilitate free movement without discrimination and should contain information about a person’s vaccine status, Covit-19 test results, or recovery status if the person is already infected with the virus.
The results of the vote will be announced the next day, and with the green light from the EP, talks could begin with member states aimed at accepting the digital green certificate by the summer.
On Tuesday, the EP on the agreement that sets the rules for future relations between the European Union and the United Kingdom. Votes and its results will be announced the next day.
On December 24, 2020, the EU and the UK negotiated the conclusion of a trade and cooperation agreement, which sets out the terms of the future bilateral relationship in terms of allocation and tariff trade, fisheries, energy, internal security and security rules. Fair competition.
It came into force temporarily on January 1, 2021 and expires on April 30, 2021. Must be approved.
On Monday afternoon, the EP discusses with Charles Michel, the latest chair of the Council, and Ursula van der Leyen of the European Commission, the latest meeting between these top representatives of the European Union and Turkey in Ankara.
On April 6, the two European leaders met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss common issues.
On Thursday, MEPs will debate and vote on a resolution on the evolution of Covit-19 in Latin American countries, and the debate should be dominated by the situation in Brazil.
The full session will also vote on reforms to the European Globalization Adjustment Fund, which will allow more European workers who lose their jobs due to globalization and technological and environmental changes to seek financial support to re-qualify.
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