Rule: tag 9 people you want to know better Birthday: 3rd February Zodiac sign: aquarius Favourite colours: blue and black Love or lust: love love love Coke or pepsi: coke Call or text: call Are you in love? I wish I was Bands: 21 pilots, Arctic Monkeys, the Neighbourhood, Bastille Italian music: coez, marco mengoni, cesare cremonini How many languages could you speak? Italian and english Country you visited: scotland, croatia, tunisia, montenegro (?), and many others Family: 2 Age: almost 16 Alcool or smoke: alcool Last book you read: a sud di nessun nord Favourite subjects: italian literature and philosophy
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Turkey/refugees Germany/refugees Human trafficking Saudi Arabia and Qatar President’s visit to Tunisia
Monday to Thursday - Two delegations from the Budgets and the Civil Liberties committees will
be in Turkey. Budgets MEPs will discuss the use of European
pre-accession funds with Turkish authorities and investigate the use of
EU support measures for refugees from Syria and Iraq, inter alia by
visiting a refugee camp. Civil liberties MEPs will also visit a refugee
camp and other refugee support projects as well as meeting Turkish
interlocutors, international NGOs and other partners to assess the
situation on the ground.
Live coverage Follow the two delegations in Turkey via our Storify
Wednesday to Friday - The Women’s Rights and Gender Equality Committee will send a delegation to Munich to meet Bavarian local authorities and visit a unit that places female refugees and another refugee camp to study reception arrangements for female asylum seekers.
Monday to Wednesday - A delegation of the Security and Defence Sub-committee will visit an EU
naval operation fighting human smugglers (“Operation Sofia”) and meet
the Italian Minister of Interior and Members of Parliament to discuss
EU-supported operations tackling irregular migration and learn from
Italy’s experience in conducting such operations.
Monday to Wednesday - A Foreign Affairs Committee delegation will travel to Saudi Arabia and Doha, Qatar, to discuss EU-Saudi Arabian and EU-Qatari relations and the situation in neighbouring Arab states.
Monday to Wednesday - President Schulz will pay an official visit to Tunisia, where he will
meet President of the Republic Beji Caid Essebsi, Prime Minister Habib
Essid and Parliament Speaker Mohamed Ennaceur. He will address the
Tunisian Parliament and also meet representatives of the opposition and
the civil society, including the National Dialogue Quartet Nobel Peace