The agenda includes items related to energy & climate, environment, digital, trade and transport policy.
Brussels, 6 December 2017 – After four years of deadlock in negotiations, the European Commission, Council and Parliament yesterday finally reached a political agreement on the modernisation of Europe’s Trade Defence Instruments (TDI).
The European Parliament delegation will be part of the EU delegation to the WTO Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires from 10 to 13 December 2017, aiming at advancing the global trade agenda and strengthening a rules-based and fair multilateral trading system. The 14 MEPs will be led by INTA chair Bernd Lange.
Source: European Parliament (INTA)
Today a political agreement was reached between the Commission, the Council and the European Parliament on the modernisation of the EU’s trade defence instruments.
Agenda items include energy & climate and environment, digital, trade, transport and general policy items.
Update – information on the outcome of the meeting is available.
The EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, EU foreign ministers and the US State Secretary will discuss how to strengthen transatlantic cooperation on major global challenges.