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What's on this week 05/10/2015

What's on this week 05/10/2015
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MONDAY

EU – TURKEY

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Brussels • Turkish President Erdogan visits the EU. He is scheduled to give a joint statement with European Council President Donald Tusk and is also expected to meet European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

GREECE – TSIPRAS

Athens • Newly re-elected Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is to address parliament and present his government’s new programme. Vote of confidence on 7/10.

SWEDEN – NOBEL

Stockholm • Announcement of the winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology.

TUESDAY

SWEDEN – NOBEL

Stockholm • The winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics is announced.

WEDNESDAY

EP – MERKEL/HOLLANDE

Strasbourg • German Chancellor Merkel and French President Hollande to deliver a joint address in the European Parliament on the refugee crisis and other major issues. Spain’s King Felipe VI is also expected to address the European Parliament on the same day.

UK – CAMERON

Manchester • British Prime Minister David Cameron gives a keynote speech on last day of Conservative Party conference.

THURSDAY

HUNGARY – VISEGRAD

Budapest • Visegrad Group summit. Leaders of Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary hold a summit on immigration.

LUXEMBOURG – MIGRANT CRISIS

Luxembourg • Eastern Mediterranean-Western Balkans Route conference, chaired by Federica Mogherini. EU home affairs and foreign ministers and their counterparts from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and the Western Balkans attend.

ISRAEL – GERMANY

Berlin • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits Germany. He is expected to give a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel after their cabinets meet for bilateral talks.

BELGIUM – NATO

Brussels • NATO defense ministers meet.

FRIDAY

NORWAY – NOBEL

Oslo • Nobel Peace Prize to be announced at 11:00 CET

PERU – MEETING

Lima • 2015 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund.

Events are subject to rescheduling through the week and euronews may not cover each listed item.

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