On Wednesday, MEPs will debate the despicable terrorist attacks of Hamas against Israel with Council and Commission. A resolution will be put to the vote on Thursday.
Parliament will debate and vote on a €50 billion facility to support Ukraine's recovery, reconstruction and modernisation from 2024 to 2027.
On Thursday, European Parliament’s President Roberta Metsola will announce the winner of this year’s Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought in the hemicycle.
In a debate with Council and Commission on Wednesday morning, MEPs will present their demands and expectations ahead of the EU summit on 26-27 October.
MEPs will discuss with Commission and Council representatives whether the EU’s sanctions against Russia are working, and how to prevent their circumvention by Moscow.
On Tuesday afternoon, plenary will discuss the European Commission’s work programme for 2024, marked by the European elections taking place on 6-9 June.
On Wednesday, MEPs will discuss with Council and Commission how to respond to the increase in violent, terrorist and false content circulating on social media.
The “Strategic Technologies for Europe Platform” (STEP) aims to boost digital, net-zero and biotechnologies, address labour and skill shortages, and support innovation.
Parliament is set to vote on Wednesday for a budget that is better equipped to deal with the impact of the war in Ukraine and support SMEs, youth, and research.
Parliament will take stock of the state of the rule of law in Malta and speak up for the safety and independence of journalists.
In a debate with the Council and Commission on Tuesday afternoon, MEPs are expected to demand EU action in response to the proliferation of spyware.
On Tuesday at 11.30, the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan will hold a speech in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
MEPs will be asked to endorse new proposals in plenary to make the fight against trafficking in human beings more effective, and to better protect its victims.
All fishing activities by EU vessels will be tracked and all their catches will have to be reported electronically, under new legislation set to be adopted on Wednesday.
On Thursday, MEPs will vote on a resolution on the situation in northern Kosovo, following the deadly events of 24 September.
In a debate on Tuesday and a vote on Wednesday, MEPs are set to call on Montenegrin politicians to form a pro-European government as soon as possible.
On Thursday, MEPs will debate the European Citizens’ Initiative “Fur Free Europe” to ban the rearing and killing of animals exclusively for fur production in the EU.
On Tuesday morning, on the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, MEPs will discuss with the Commission how to combat poverty in Europe.
On Tuesday, MEPs will debate on a new law to digitalise Schengen visas, which will make them more secure and accessible. The vote is scheduled for Wednesday.
On Tuesday afternoon, MEPs will discuss water scarcity and structural investments for the access to water in the EU with the Council and Commission.
Following the departures from Parliament of Michal Šimečka (Renew, SK) and Christophe Hansen (EPP, LU), MEPs will vote on Wednesday to decide on their replacements.