The EU Foreign Affairs Council starts Monday 14 April at 12.30 (CET) and will be chaired by Catherine Ashton, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.
The Council will assess developments in Ukraine, as well as EU-Russia relations, while over lunch, ministers will discuss developments related to the crisis in Syria and hold an in-depth exchange on Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Council is set to adopt conclusions on these three items. The Middle East peace process and the recent elections in Afghanistan are also on the Council’s agenda.
The EU-Tunisia Association Council will start at 18.15, chaired by Dimitris Kourkoulas, Greek Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs (TV/photo opportunity).
At 18.00, a protocol to the EU-Tunisia Association Agreement will be signed.
• after the Foreign Affairs Council (Monday at +/- 18.00 CET)
• following the EU-Tunisia Association Council (Monday at +/- 19.30 CET)
Read more (agenda and background note of the event) here