On 13 October, the Estonian presidency organised an informal lunch event for ministers responsible for trade to discuss the Commission’s recent 2017 trade package and the trade-related elements of President Juncker’s State of the Union speech.
The agenda includes items concerning energy & climate, environment, trade, transport and general policy.
Potential trade deals with Australia and New Zealand must uphold high EU standards and protect vulnerable EU producers, Agriculture Committee said on Monday.
Update: the Outcome of the meeting has been published.
Agenda items include a presentation of the priorities of the Estonian Presidency, a preparation of the European Council on 19-20 October 2017, a European Council follow-up and a letter of intent.