Portugal promises its partners a positive, sober and flexible Presidency of the Council of the EU.

All Europeans hope for a normal summer, and the physical meetings planned up and down the host country. But the first half of 2021 sees the tail-end (?) of the Pandemic, the first steps of Biden-Harris in DC, and an over-crowded policy pipeline in Brussels and Strasbourg.

How will Lisbon navigate? What do the European institutions expect?

  • Will the big proposals in Digital and climate get off to a fast start?
  • Will Portugal’s Presidency see warmth or friction with Africa, India, Latin America?
  • Will we find a shared approach to the Climate Law, Hydrogen and Carbon, Forests and Oceans?
  • Closer to home, how will the new budget enable Commission support to recovery and resilience as we hopefully emerge from a Covid19 recession?

Our online conversation will tackle this set of issues.

Want to learn more?

FIPRA’s EU & International team provides expertise to help clients navigate the inner workings of EU institutions such as the Commission, Council, and Parliament.

Speakers

Hugo Sobral – Head of Cabinet of Commissioner Elisa Ferreira

Ana Vila Nova – Senior Partner, Initium Consultores Politicos Europeus

Robert Madelin – Chairman, FIPRA International

Moderator

Jacki Davis – Brussels-based convenor and journalist

Contact

Rahul Venkit
rahul.venkit@fipra.com
+32 (0)2 613 28 28

EU & International
We help our clients navigate the inner workings of EU institutions such as the Commission, Council and Parliament. We create a narrative to bridge from your culture and concerns, making your voice heard and perspective understood among key officials driving policy, regulation and resolutions. 

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