An informal meeting of the justice ministers of the 27 EU member states will take place via videoconference on Monday.
On Tuesday, EU interior ministers will convene by videoconference.
Also on Tuesday, the European Commission will release its summer 2020 economic forecast.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will give a speech on the strategy and main goals of the German Presidency of the European Parliament (EP) on Wednesday.
President of the European Council Charles Michel and President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen will speak at the European Parliament’s plenary session on Wednesday.
The EP will vote on new rules for drivers’ rest periods on Wednesday.
MEPs will debate the EU’s public health policy with Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides on Wednesday and vote a resolution on Friday.
MEPs will discuss the Commission’s action plan on how to fight effectively against money laundering and terrorist financing on Wednesday and vote on a resolution on Friday.
Von der Leyen along with the EP president David Sassoli, German Chancellor Merkel, and the European Council President Michel will meet on Wednesday in Brussels to take stock of progress on the EU’s budget and recovery package negotiations.
Finance ministers from euro area countries will hold a Eurogroup meeting on Thursday by videoconference to discuss the euro area budget and its fiscal stance and the election of the president of the Eurogroup.
The EU military committee will meet at the level of EU Chiefs of Defense in Brussels on Thursday. The EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell will address the EU Chiefs of Defense to discuss the EU's military operations, training missions and the state of play of EU-NATO cooperation.
The EU’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell will discuss stability and security in the Eastern Mediterranean and the role of Turkey in the European Parliament on Thursday.
The economic and finance ministers of EU member states will meet via videoconference on Friday. These Ministers will exchange views on progress achieved on measures to respond to the COVID-19 crisis at the EU level. The European Commission and the European Central Bank (ECB) will present their assessment of the current economic situation and the German presidency will outline its priorities in the area of economic and financial affairs.