It's crunch time in Brussels, as European leaders meet physically for the first time since October.
The European Council president Charles Michel is setting out a strategy to get Europe to coordinate its efforts in the battle against the pandemic, however, the second wave is forcing many countries to lockdown.
Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen warned that the bloc has a "tool box" of restrictive measures that be applied "immediately" if Ankara doesn't engage in "constructive" dialogue over underwater drilling.
Here's a look at the big foreign policy issues EU leaders are set to tackle as they sit down for talks in Brussels.
Euronews' correspondents discuss the measures EU leaders could take over the coronavirus crisis
European leaders meet for a second day of talks to hammer out a compromise over the EU's long-term budget.
EU leaders are arguing in Brussels over the bloc's spending plan for the next seven years.
Europe's new Green Deal faces its first test as EU leaders meet in Brussels with the aim of agreeing to carbon neutrality by 2050, but not every country is on board ahead of talks.
EU leaders will on Thursday "advance altogether on a very important topic, that of our climate ambition", French President Emmanuel Macron said upon arrival in Brussels.