May 28

morningagendamorning agenda

Human Rights

This morning, the European Court of Human Rights will deliver its advisory opinion in reply to a request from the Armenian Constitutional Court.

The case concerns the interpretation of an article of the Armenian Penal Code making it a criminal offence to overthrow the constitutional order and its application under Article 7 (no punishment without law) of the Convention, in the context of proceedings against the former President Robert Kocharyan.

Read further details about the case in the ECHR’s press release, available here.

External Relations & Trade

Today, Ministers will exchange views on EU-China relations, focusing on the implementation of the 2019 joint communication and its deliverables, as well as the impact of COVID-19 on the Asia and Pacific region.

They will also discuss current affairs, including recent developments in Afghanistan.

Further information is available here.

Data, Tech & IP

Today, Ministers responsible for space policy will discuss the role of space data, services and technology to foster a green and sustainable economic recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.

In this context, ministers will exchange views on the use of EU space data and services to foster green recovery
role of space technology and infrastructure for sustainable development.

Further information is available here.


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