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Council of the European Union

Brussels, 5 June 2019 (OR. en)

9699/19 OJ CONS 30

JAI 583 COMIX 285

PROVISIONAL AGENDA

COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

(Justice and Home Affairs)

ECCL, Luxembourg

6 and 7 June 2019 (10.00, 9.30)

THURSDAY 6 JUNE 2019 (10.00)

JUSTICE

  • 1. 
    Adoption of the agenda
  • 2. 
    Approval of "A" items a) Non-legislative list 9700/19 b) Legislative list (Public deliberation in accordance with 9702/19 Article 16(8) of the Treaty on European Union)

    Legislative deliberations (Public deliberation in accordance with Article 16(8) of the Treaty on European Union)

  • 3. 
    Regulation on the assignments of claims 9562/19

    Progress report

  • 4. 
    Digitalisation of judicial cooperation 9566/19 a) Regulation amending Regulation (EC) No 1393/2007 on

    the Service of Documents b) Regulation amending Council Regulation (EC) No

    1206/2001 on the Taking of Evidence

    Policy debate

  • 5. 
    Any other business

    Current legislative proposals 9693/19 Information from the Presidency Non-legislative activities

  • 6. 
    The future of EU substantive criminal law 9726/19 Policy debate
  • 7. 
    The way forward in the field of mutual recognition in criminal 9728/19 matters

    Policy debate

  • 8. 
    Conclusions on the synergies between Eurojust and the 9643/19 networks established by the Council in the area of judicial

    cooperation in criminal matters Adoption

  • 9. 
    EPPO Regulation: Implementation 9548/19 Information from the Commission on the state of play
  • 10. 
    e-evidence a) Council Decision on the opening of negotiations for EU- 9666/19 US agreement on cross-border access to e-evidence 9114/19
    • b) 
      Council Decision authorising the participation in the 9664/19 negotiations on a second additional protocol to the 9116/19 Budapest Convention

    Adoption

  • 11. 
    Data Retention: Conclusions on Retention of Data for the 9663/19 purpose of Fighting Crime

    Adoption

  • 12. 
    Any other business a) Actions against judges and prosecutors Information from Lithuania
    • b) 
      Work programme of the incoming Presidency Presentation by Finland

FRIDAY 7 JUNE 2019 (09.30)

HOME AFFAIRS

Non-legislative activities

  • 13. 
    The future of EU Law Enforcement 9393/19

    Policy debate

  • 14. 
    Any other business a) Implications of 5G in the area of internal security 8983/19 Information from the EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator
    • b) 
      Actions against judges and prosecutors Information from Lithuania
  • 15. 
    Counter-terrorism: Update on cooperation between

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    competent authorities dealing with counter-terrorism Exchange of views

  • 16. 
    Migration and Asylum: challenges ahead 9511/1/19 REV 1 Exchange of views

    Legislative deliberations (Public deliberation in accordance with Article 16(8) of the Treaty on European Union)

  • 17. 
    Return Directive (recast) 9620/19

    Partial general approach

  • 18. 
    Commission proposals in the context of the Multiannual

    Financial Framework a) Regulation establishing the border management and visa 9629/1/19 REV 1 instrument (BMVI) as part of the Integrated Border Management Fund b) Regulation establishing the Asylum and Migration Fund 9715/19 (AMF) 9349/19 c) Regulation establishing the Internal Security Fund (ISF) Partial general approach 2

  • 19. 
    Any other business

    Current legislative proposals 9693/19 Information from the Presidency

1 Exceptionally, in the presence of the Schengen Associated States

2 When adopting a General approach or a Partial General approach after the European

Parliament has adopted its position at first reading, the Council is not acting within the meaning of Article 294(4) and (5) TFEU Non-legislative activities

  • 14. 
    Any other business c) Salzburg Ministerial Conference in Portorož (Slovenia, 9779/19 28-29 May 2019) Information from Slovenia
    • d) 
      Ministerial Conference on "Migration challenges along the 9696/19 Eastern Mediterranean, Western Balkan Route", Vienna

      3 May 2019 Information from Austria

    • e) 
      Work programme of the incoming Presidency Presentation by Finland

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In the margins of the Council:

FRIDAY 7 JUNE 2019 (approximately 15.30)

Meeting of the MIXED COMMITTEE

Return Directive (recast) 9620/19

Policy debate

Commission proposals in the context of the Multiannual Financial Framework a) Regulation establishing the border management and visa 9629/1/19 REV 1 instrument (BMVI) as part of the Integrated Border Management Fund Policy debate

Any other business a) Current legislative proposals 9693/19 Information from the Presidency b) Ministerial Forum for Member States of the Schengen 9761/19 Area with External Land Borders, Kirkenes, Norway 20- 22 May 2019 Information from Norway c) Implementation of interoperability Information from the Commission

First reading

Restricted item

Item based on a Commission proposal


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Justice and Home Affairs Council (JHA)

The Justice and Home Affairs Council (JHA) is composed of the Ministers of Justice and/or Home Affairs of the Member States of the European Union.

In the Council of the European Union, the ministers from the EU Member States take a joint decision on the policy to be implemented within the EU. The Council is supported by the Committee of Permanent Representatives, which prepares decisions and guards the implementation and adherence of the decisions monitored by the Council.

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