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1 July
Strasbourg

Start of Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union

1–3 July
Strasbourg

European Parliament Plenary

7–8 July
Brussels

Eurogroup/ECOFIN

14–17 July
Strasbourg

European Parliament Plenary

12-13 September
Italy

Informal Eurogroup/ECOFIN

15-18 September
Strasbourg

European Parliament Plenary

20–21 September
Cairns

G20 Ministerial and Central Bank Governors' meeting

 

10–12 October
Washington, D.C.

IMF/ World Bank Group annual meeting

13-14 October
Brussels

Eurogroup/ECOFIN

23-24 October
Brussels

European Council

6-7 November
Brussels

Eurogroup/ECOFIN

15-16 November
Australia

G20 Summit, Brisbane

 

ECON meeting calendar 2014

European Commission: Calendar of forthcoming events

Provisional agendas for Council meetings, during the first semester of 2014 (Hellenic Presidency)

Council of the EU presidencies until June 2020

Explainer: EU - Who Chairs What

Approved EP calendar of part sessions for 2014 (in Strasbourg, unless otherwise stated):

  • 1-3 July (constituent part-session)
  • 14-17 July
  • 15-18 September
  • 8-9 October (Brussels)
  • 20-23 October
  • 12-13 November (Brussels)
  • 24-27 November
  • 15-18 December

Eurogroup Work Programme for the first half of 2014

European Parliament 2015 calendar of part-sessions






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