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European Council

The European Council defines the EU's overall political direction and priorities. It is not one of the EU's legislating institutions, so does not negotiate or adopt EU laws. Instead it sets the EU's policy agenda, traditionally by adopting 'conclusions' during European Council meetings which identify issues of concern and actions to take.

"China is an indispensable player when it comes to meeting global challenges such as climate change and COVID-19. But on trade and the economy, we are in the process of rebalancing our relationship: we want more of a level playing field, more reciprocity. On the issue of human rights, we will not look the other way, and we are prepared to promote our values." - Charles Michel, President of the European Council. 

Topic

"The future of EU-China diplomatic and commercial relations"

Study Guide will be shared shortly

Topic

"The future of EU-China diplomatic and commercial relations"

Study Guide will be shared shortly. 

Countries

Germany, France, Poland, Italy, Sweden, Romania, Ireland, The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Greece, Malta, Spain, Estonia, Hungary, Luxemburg. 

Countries represented

Germany, France, Poland, Italy, Sweden, Romania, Ireland, The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Greece, Malta, Spain, Estonia, Hungary, Luxemburg. 

Number

of delegates

Maximum 15

Number

of delegates

Maximum 15

Level

Advanced (EN)

Level

Advanced (EN)