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- Fighting Rages as Libya Force Pushes Toward Key Western City
- Fractured Tunisian Parliament Moves Toward Agreement on PM
- Merkel Stresses That Europe Has An Interest In Preventing The Escalation Of The Conflict In Libya
- The German Chancellor And The Chinese President Discuss Implementing The Outputs Of The Berlin Conference On Libya
- Chad’s Foreign Minister: The Spread Of Arms And The Worsening Situation In The Sahel Have Been Caused By The Libyan Crisis
20 April – Agriculture (Fisheries)
The Council is expected to adopt a general approach on a proposal for a regulation establishing a multiannual plan for the stocks of cod, herring and sprat in the Baltic Sea and the fisheries exploiting those stocks.
20 April – Foreign Affairs
The Council will hold a strategic discussion on EU relations with Latin America and the Caribbean, also in view of the EU-CELAC summit on 10/11 June in Brussels. It will also discuss the latest developments in Libya and Yemen.
21 April – General Affairs
EU ministers will identify the Council’s priorities for a future EU Commission proposal on an inter-institutional agreement on better law making.
The Council is expected to adopt conclusions on the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.