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Council of the European Union

The European Union’s co-legislator body, Council of the European Union (also known as the Council of Ministers), alongside with the European Parliament has the capacity to adopt and amend the legislative proposals and make decisions on the budget of the European Union. At the plenary sessions of the Council, the government ministers from member states discuss, amend and adopt laws and coordinate policies. The Council also develops the EU’s foreign and security policy, coordinates the agreements between the EU and other countries, or international organizations.

Proposal for a Regulation - Artificial Intelligence Act
Proposal for a Regulation establishing a Social Climate Fund
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