European Council conclusions including on  Single Market, citizens’ consultations

Today, the European Council issued its conclusions on migration, the Single Market, the Citizens’ Consultations, Disinformation, Security and Defence, Climate Change, among others.

On the citizens’ consultations on the future of the EU held in the EU27, including Malta, the European Council welcomed the holding of such consultations, which was “an unprecedented opportunity to engage with European citizens and which could serve as an inspiration for further consultations and dialogues”. The joint report prepared by the current and the incoming Presidency, together with the different national reports and input from the other European institutions, identify a number of concerns and expectations on the part of the participating citizens in terms of concrete results from the EU.

At their informal meeting in Sibiu on 9 May 2019, Heads of State or Government will discuss priorities for the next institutional cycle, with a view to agreeing on the next Strategic Agenda in June 2019.

Read full conclusions here.

Picture shows one of a series of consultations with citizens on the future of the EU held in Malta and organised by MEUSAC.

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