The EU-Russia Permanent Partnership Council is taking place today

Discover the contents of the board meeting today and tomorrow of European and Russian senior officials in Warsaw.

Security and justice, and to further its improvement and development, are the topics to be discussed during the meeting of the Permanent Partnership Council EU-Russia in the fields of justice and home affairs.

The meeting of the Permanent Partnership Council will be held on 10th-11th October 2011 (Monday, Tuesday) at the Royal Castle in Warsaw.

The Polish Presidency will be represented by Minister of Justice Krzysztof Kwiatkowski and Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration Jerzy Miller. Also taking part in the meeting will be Russian Minister of Justice Alexander Konovalov, and Russian Minister of Internal Affairs Sergei Bulavin. The European Commission will be represented by Commissioner Cecilia Malmström.

The Permanent Partnership Council meeting is cyclical, being held twice a year alternately in Russia and in the country currently holding the Presidency of the EU Council. The meeting will also be attended by representatives of the European Commission, EU Council General Secretariat, the country holding the next Presidency of the EU Council and EU agencies.

The subject of the upcoming meeting will include: a review of issues in the road map regarding ​​freedom, security and justice and the prospects for further judicial cooperation in relation to civil and criminal cases.

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