Overview of the main subjects to be discussed at meetings of the Council of the EU over the next two weeks.
Justice and Home Affairs Council (Justice), Monday 04 June 2018
Justice ministers will discuss various topics including insolvency, contract law and parental responsibility. Jointly, home affairs and justice ministers will also discuss the draft legislation on e-evidence.
Justice and Home Affairs Council (Home Affairs), Tuesday 05 June 2018
Home affairs ministers will cover different aspects of the EU migration, security and terrorism policy.
Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council (Transport), Thursday 07 June 2018
The Council will be asked to adopt a general approach on four proposals which relate to safeguarding competition in air transport, port reception facilities, electronic road tolling and exchange of information, and the use of hired vehicles. Ministers will take stock of progress on proposals on drivers' driving and rest times, the posting of road hauliers, cabotage and establishment rules for road transport operators.
Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council (Telecommunications), Friday 08 June 2018
The Council is due to agree a general approach on a proposed Cybersecurity Act regulation. Ministers will also discuss a proposal to update privacy rules for electronic communications (ePrivacy), and a draft directive to promote the re-use of public sector information.
Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council (Energy), Monday 11 June 2018
The Council is due to adopt a general approach on the regulation on ACER, the EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators. The Presidency will inform Ministers about the state of play in trilogue negotiations on the governance of the Energy Union, the directive on renewable energy and the directive on energy efficiency.