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AGENDA - WEEK FROM 23 TO 29 JULY.

Monday 23 July

European Parliament

Parliament's activities resume on 27 August

Council of Ministers

General Affairs and External Relations (GAERC) Council

Brussels

Agenda of the session on external relations:

* Adoption of the provisional agenda

* (poss.) WTO/DDA negotiations

* Western Balkans

* Ukraine

* (poss.) Iran

* Middle East

* Sudan/Darfur

* (poss.) Libya

* AOB

- Resolution 1562 of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly

- (poss.) Russia

Opening of the Intergovernmental Conference

At 12.15h, in the margins of the General Affairs and External Relations Council

EU-Morocco Association Council

Meeting of the Green Diplomacy Network

European Commission

Visits and travels

* Mr Jose Manuel Barroso receives Mr. Taieb Fassi Fihri, the Moroccan Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation

* Mrs Danuta Hubner presents the 4th Report on "economic and social cohesion" to the General Affairs Council which will hold a public debate on it.

* Mrs Danuta Hubner meets Prof. Dr. Rui Nuno Baleiras, Portuguese State Secretary for Regional Development

* Mrs Meglena Kuneva in Beijing, China (22-24). Meeting and lunch with Mr Li Channgjiang (Minister for the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine). Participation in a Round Table on Product Safety and Consumer Protection organized by EU-China Trade Project (EUCTP) (23). Meeting with Mr. Zhou Bohua (Minister for the State Administration for Industry and Commerce) Dinner with Mr. Liang Baohua (Governor of Jingsu Province) (24). Breakfast with EU Chamber of Commerce in Nanjing. Visiting National Toy Test Laboratory in Yangzhou. (25)

* Participation of Mr Leonard Orban in the "German-Czech Forum of Women"

* Ms Mariann Fischer Boel at the Royal Welsh Show (Cardiff)

* Peter Mandelson meets Mr Herve Novelli, French jnr Trade Minister

* M. Peter Mandelson receives Mr Michele Tronconi, President of European Textile Industry (Euratex)

Conferences and seminars

23-24 July, Frankfurt

* Globalisation and the Macroeconomy

Subject: The main objectives of the Conference are to improve our understanding of the pace and changing characteristics of globalisation in order to more accurately identify the various channels through which globalisation affects the macroeconomy.

Oraganiser : European Central Bank

Contact: jo.rajadhyaksha@ecb.int; anja.tonn@ecb.int

Venue: European Central Bank, Frankfurt

http://www.ecb.eu/events/conferences/html/global_macro.en.html

Tuesday 24 July

Council of Ministers

General Affairs and External Relations (GAERC) Council

EU-Chile Association Council

EU-FYROM SAC

European Commission

Visits and travels

* Mr Jose Manuel Barroso receives Mr Edmund Stoiber, the Minister-President of the German Free State of Bavaria

* M. Peter Mandelson receives Eurochambre (Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry)

Court of Justice

Court of First Instance

Conferences and seminars

24 July, Brussels, 13.00-14.00

* Lights and shadows of the simplified Treaty

Subject: Debate introduced by Jean-Victor Louis, honorary Professor at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles

Organisers: Eur-Ifri's

Contact : Claire Queriat - queriat.eurifri@ifri.org - Tel: +32-2-238.51.10.

Venue: Auderghem Avenue 22-28, 1040 Brussels

www.ifri.org

23-24 July, Frankfurt

* Globalisation and the Macroeconomy

More information at Monday 23 July

Thursday 26 July

European Commission

Visits and travels

* Mr Franco Frattini receives Mr Max-Peter Ratzel, Director of EUROPOL

* Mr Franco Frattini receives Mr Michael Kennedy, President of EUROJUST

* M. Peter Mandelson in Madrid. Meetings with Mr David Taguas, economic advisor to Prime Minister Jose Luis Zapatero and Minister of Industry, Mr Joan Clos (26-29)

Friday 27 July

European Commission

Visits and travels

* Mrs. Benita Ferrero- Waldner (27) and Meglena Kuneva in Salzburg (27-28). Attendance at the Official opening of the Salzburg Festival.Participation in EU debate "Women on top of European politics" organised by the Salzburger Nachrichten Daily Newspaper

Saturday 28 July

European Commission

Visits and travels

* Mrs Benita Ferrero-Waldner In Salzburg. Participation in "Salzburger Medien- und Technologie Roundtable 2007" (Salzburg) and in a discussion with Austrian business leaders (Anif/Salzburg)

Sunday 29 July

European Commission

Visits and travels

* Opening speech by Benita Ferrero-Waldner on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Salzburg Global Seminar (16:00 - Salzburg)
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