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List of European Council Meetings

This is a list of meetings of the European Council (informally referred to as EU summits); the meetings of the European Council, an institution of the European Union (EU) comprising heads of state or government of EU member states. They started in 1975 as tri-annual meetings. The number of meetings grew to minimum four per year between 1996 and 2007, and minimum six per year since 2008. From 2008 to 2015, an average of seven council meetings per year took place (see list below).

Since 2008, an annual average of two special Euro summits were also organized in addition - and often in parallel - to the EU summits. As the agenda of Euro summits is restricted solely to discuss issues for the eurozone and only invite political leaders of the eurozone member states, such meetings are not counted as European Councils.

List

The first seven summit meetings were held between 1961 and 1974, but this was before the formal establishment of the European Council. Some sources however consider them to be the informal seven first meetings of the European Council.[1]

1975-2009

# Year Date Type EU Council presidency President-in-Office Commission President Host city Notes
1 1975 10-11 March -  Ireland Liam Cosgrave François-Xavier Ortoli Dublin [1] Inaugural formal Council
2 16-17 July -  Italy Aldo Moro Brussels [2]
3 1-2 December - Rome [3] Established TREVI
4 1976 1-2 April -  Luxembourg Gaston Thorn Luxembourg

[4]

5 12-13 July -  Netherlands Joop den Uyl Brussels [5]
6 29-30 November - The Hague [6]
7 1977 25-27 March -  UK James Callaghan Roy Jenkins Rome [7]
8 29-30 June - London [8]
9 5-6 December -  Belgium Leo Tindemans Brussels [9]
10 1978 7-8 April -  Denmark Anker Jørgensen Copenhagen [10]
11 6-7 July -  West Germany Helmut Schmidt Bremen [11]
12 4-5 December - Brussels [12]
13 1979 12-13 March -  France Valéry Giscard d'Estaing Paris [13]
14 21-22 June - Strasbourg [14]
15 29-30 November -  Ireland Jack Lynch Dublin [15]
16 1980 17-18 April -  Italy Francesco Cossiga Luxembourg [16]
17 12-13 June - Venice [17]
18 1-2 December -  Luxembourg Pierre Werner Luxembourg [18]
19 1981 23-24 March -  Netherlands Dries van Agt Gaston Thorn Maastricht [19]
20 29-30 June - Luxembourg [20]
21 26-27 November -  UK Margaret Thatcher London [21]
22 1982 29-30 March -  Belgium Wilfried Martens Brussels [22]
23 28-29 June - Brussels [23]
24 3-4 December -  Denmark Poul Schlüter Copenhagen [24]
25 1983 21-22 March -  West Germany Helmut Kohl Brussels [25]
26 17-19 June - Stuttgart [26]
27 4-6 December -  Greece Andreas Papandreou Athens [27]
28 1984 19-20 March -  France François Mitterrand Brussels [28][29]
29 25-26 June - Fontainebleau [30] British rebate agreed
30 3-4 December -  Ireland Garret FitzGerald Dublin [31]
31 1985 29-30 March -  Italy Bettino Craxi Jacques Delors Brussels [32] Initiated the IGC leading to the Single European Act
32 28-29 June - Milan [33]
33 2-3 December -  Luxembourg Jacques Santer Luxembourg [34]
34 1986 26-27 June -  Netherlands Ruud Lubbers The Hague [35]
35 5-6 December -  UK Margaret Thatcher London [36]
36 1987 29-30 June -  Belgium Wilfried Martens Brussels [37]
37 4-5 December -  Denmark Poul Schlüter Copenhagen [38]
38 1988 11-13 February -  West Germany Helmut Kohl Brussels [39]
39 27-28 June - Hanover [40]
40 2-3 December -  Greece Andreas Papandreou Rhodes [41]
41 1989 26-27 June -  Spain Felipe González Madrid [42]
42 18 November Informal  France François Mitterrand Paris [43]
43 8-9 December - Strasbourg [44][45] European Council endorses German reunification
despite some Anglo-French opposition.
44 1990 28 April Extraordinary  Ireland Charles Haughey Dublin [46]
45 25-26 June - Dublin [47]
46 27-28 October -  Italy Giulio Andreotti Rome [48]
47 14-15 December - Rome [49]
48 1991 8 April Informal  Luxembourg Jacques Santer Luxembourg [50]
49 28-29 June - Luxembourg [51]
50 9-10 December -  Netherlands Ruud Lubbers Maastricht [52] Signing of the Treaty of Maastricht
51 1992 27 June -  Portugal Aníbal Cavaco Silva Lisbon [53]
52 16 October -  UK John Major Birmingham [54]
53 11-12 December - Edinburgh [55]
54 1993 21-22 June -  Denmark Poul Nyrup Rasmussen Copenhagen [56] Copenhagen criteria agreed
55 29 October -  Belgium Jean-Luc Dehaene Brussels [57]
56 10-11 December - Brussels [58]
57 1994 24-25 June -  Greece Andreas Papandreou Corfu [59] Signing of the Accession Treaty of Austria, Finland,
Sweden and Norway (Norway did not ratify)
58 15 July -  Germany Helmut Kohl Brussels
59 9-10 December - Essen [60]
60 1995 26-27 June -  France Jacques Chirac Jacques Santer Cannes [61]
61 22-23 October Extraordinary  Spain Felipe González Majorca
62 15-16 December - Madrid [62]
63 1996 29-30 March -  Italy Lamberto Dini Turin
64 21-22 June - Romano Prodi Florence
65 5 October Extraordinary  Ireland John Bruton Dublin
66 13-14 December - Dublin
67 1997 23 May Informal  Netherlands Wim Kok Noordwijk
68 16-17 June - Amsterdam Signed Treaty of Amsterdam
69 20-21 November Extraordinary  Luxembourg Jean-Claude Juncker Luxembourg Special council on Employment
70 12-13 December - Luxembourg
71 1998 3 May -  UK Tony Blair Brussels Special Council on the Euro decides the 11 states
which would enter the third stage of EMU
72 15-16 June - Cardiff
73 24-25 October Informal  Austria Viktor Klima Pörtschach
74 11-12 December - Vienna
75 1999 26 February Informal  Germany Gerhard Schröder Königswinter
76 25-26 March - Manuel Marin (Interim) Berlin
77 14 April Informal Brussels
78 3-4 June - Cologne Details below table
79 15-16 October -  Finland Paavo Lipponen Romano Prodi Tampere Agreement on institutional reform
80 10-11 December - Helsinki
81 2000 23-24 March -  Portugal António Guterres Lisbon Agreed Lisbon Strategy
82 19-20 June - Santa Maria da Feira Agreement to allow entry of Greece to the Eurozone
83 13-14 October Informal  France Jacques Chirac Biarritz
84 7-9 December - Nice Signed Treaty of Nice
85 2001 23-24 March -  Sweden Göran Persson Stockholm
86, EU Summit 2001 15-16 June - Gothenburg Enlargement, sustainable development, economic growth
and structural reform, in addition to an EU-US summit
87 21 September Informal  Belgium Guy Verhofstadt Brussels Emergency council - Terrorism
88 19 October Informal Ghent
89 14-15 December - Laeken Details below table
90 2002 15-16 March -  Spain José María Aznar López Barcelona
91 21-22 June - Seville Decided to reorganise the Council formations
to achieve greater focus and efficiency
92 24-25 October -  Denmark Anders Fogh Rasmussen Brussels
93 12-13 December - Copenhagen
94 2003 17 February Extraordinary  Greece Costas Simitis Brussels Iraq crisis - Presidency conclusions
95 20-21 March - Brussels Presidency conclusions
96 16-17 April Informal Athens Signing of the Treaty of Accession 2003,[2]
Declaration on Iraq European Convention
97 20 June - Thessaloniki Presidency conclusions of the June 2003 meeting
98 4 October Extraordinary  Italy Silvio Berlusconi Rome Beginning of IGC on EU Constitution
99 16-17 October - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the October 2003 meeting
100 12-13 December - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the December 2003 meeting
101 2004 25-26 March -  Ireland Bertie Ahern Brussels Declaration on combating terrorism
Presidency conclusions of the March 2004 meeting
102 17-18 June - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the June 2004 meeting
103 4-5 November -  Netherlands Jan Peter Balkenende Brussels Presidency conclusions of the November 2004 meeting
104 16-17 December - José Manuel Barroso Brussels Presidency conclusions of the December 2004 meeting
105 2005 22-23 March -  Luxembourg Jean-Claude Juncker Brussels Presidency conclusions of the March 2005 meeting
106 16-17 June - Brussels Declaration on the ratification of
the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe

Presidency conclusions of the June 2005 meeting
107 27 October Informal  UK Tony Blair Hampton Court Globalisation
108 15-16 December - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the December 2005 meeting
109 2006 23-24 March -  Austria Wolfgang Schüssel Brussels Presidency conclusions of the March 2006 meeting
110 15-16 June - Brussels Agreement to allow entry of Slovenia to the Eurozone
Presidency conclusions of the June 2006 meeting
111 20 October Informal  Finland Matti Vanhanen Lahti Meeting with Vladimir Putin held in Sibelius Hall
112 14-15 December - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the December 2006 meeting
113 2007 8-9 March -  Germany Angela Merkel Brussels Presidency conclusions of the March 2007 meeting
114 21-22 June - Brussels Agreement on basis for the Treaty of Lisbon
Agreement to allow entry of Malta and Cyprus to the Eurozone
Presidency conclusions of the June 2007 meeting
115 18-19 October Informal  Portugal José Sócrates Lisbon Agreement reached on the Reform Treaty
Discussed climate change and the US economic crisis.[3]
116 14 December - Brussels Signature of Reform Treaty in Lisbon on 13/12
European Council in Brussels the next day
Presidency conclusions of the December 2007 meeting
117 2008 13-14 March -  Slovenia Janez Jan?a Brussels Agreed timeframe and principles of energy/climate change policy
Presidency conclusions of the March 2008 meeting
118 19-20 June - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the June 2008 meeting
119 13-14 July Extraordinary  France Nicolas Sarkozy Paris Barcelona process for the Mediterranean
120 1 September Extraordinary Brussels Extraordinary summit on EU-Russia relations (Georgia crisis)[4]
Presidency conclusions of the September 2008 meeting
- 12 October Euro summit Paris Eurozone summit conclusions of October 2008 meeting
121 15-16 October - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the October 2008 meeting
122 7 November Informal Brussels Informal summit on the financial crisis of 2007-2008
Conclusions from meeting on the Global Financial Crisis
123 11-12 December - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the December 2008 meeting
124 2009 1 March Informal  Czech Republic Mirek Topolánek Brussels Informal summit on the financial crisis of 2007-2008
Conclusions of the Global Financial Crisis meeting on 1 March 2009
125 19-20 March - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the March 2009 meeting
126 5 April Informal
(EU-USA summit)
Jan Fischer Prague US President Barack Obama in Prague
Conclusions of the EU-USA relations meeting in April 2009
127 18-19 June - Brussels Icelandic application accepted
Presidency conclusions of the June 2009 meeting
Press conference video: 1 and 2
128 17 September Informal  Sweden Fredrik Reinfeldt Brussels Preparation for the 2009 G-20 Pittsburgh summit
[5]Presidency conclusions of the September 2009 meeting
Press conference video
129 29-30 October - Brussels Presidency conclusions of the October 2009 meeting
Press conference video
130 19 November Informal Brussels Chose the first President of the European Council (Herman Van Rompuy) and the first
High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (Catherine Ashton)
Presidency conclusions of the November 2009 meeting
Press conference video
131 10-11 December -- Brussels Presidency conclusions of the December 2009 meeting, Minutes
Press conference video: 1 and 2

2010-present

Since 2010, all formal (scheduled or extraordinary) European Council meetings took place in Brussels. In February 2010 the exact location was the Solvay Library, subsequent meetings took place at the Justus Lipsius building and since March 2017 at the Europa Building.

# Year Date Type EU Council presidency Council President Commission President Agenda, Conclusions and Minutes Press conference
132 2010 11 February Informal  Spain Herman Van Rompuy
(1st term)[6]
José Manuel Barroso
(2nd term)
Statement. Video
- 25 March Euro summit Statement.
133 25-26 March Scheduled Conclusions, Minutes Video: 1 and 2
- 7 May Euro summit Statement. Video
134 17 June Scheduled Conclusions, Minutes Video
135 16 September Extraordinary (special)  Belgium Conclusions, Minutes, (note: the Ministers of Foreign Affairs were also present in this special European Council)[7] Video
136 28-29 October Scheduled Conclusions, Minutes Video: 1 and 2
137 16-17 December Scheduled Conclusions, Minutes Video
138 2011 4 February Scheduled  Hungary Conclusions, Minutes Video
- 11 March Euro summit Statement. Video
139 11 March Extraordinary Declaration on EU policy for actions in Libya and the Southern Neighbourhood region, Minutes Video
140 24-25 March Scheduled[8] Conclusions, Minutes Video: 1 and 2
141 23-24 June Scheduled[8] Website, Conclusions, Minutes and corrigendum Video: 1 and 2
- 21 July Euro summit  Poland Statement. Video
142 23 October Scheduled Conclusions, Minutes Video
- 23-26 October Euro summit Statement. Video: 1 and 2
143 26 October Informal Website, Statement.
144 8-9 December Scheduled[9] Website, Conclusions, Minutes Video: 1 and 2
- 9 December Euro summit Statement
- 2012 30 January Euro summit  Denmark Agreed lines of communication.
145 30 January Informal Website, Statement on growth and jobs, Growth and competitiveness, Foreign policy issues, Fiscal discipline and convergence, Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance. Video
146 1-2 March Scheduled[10] Website, Conclusions, Implementation of the European Semester, Fiscal Compact signed, Van Rompuy re-elected president, Minutes and corrigendum Video: 1 and 2
- 2 March Euro summit Statement.
147 23 May Informal[10] Website 1 and 2, Greece: euro area press lines, Tackling youth unemployment. Video
148 28-29 June Scheduled[10] Herman Van Rompuy
(2nd term)[6]
Website, Conclusions, Towards a genuine EMU (Council edition), European Council programme July 2012 to Dec.2014, Minutes Video: 1 and 2
- 28-29 June Euro summit Statement Video
149 18-19 October Scheduled[11]  Cyprus Website, Conclusions, Conclusions on completing EMU, Towards a genuine EMU (interim report), Statement on Greece, Minutes Video: 1 and 2
150 22-23 November Extraordinary Website, Statement on EU's Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-20, Minutes Video
151 13-14 December Scheduled[11] Website, Conclusions, Conclusions on completing EMU, Towards a genuine EMU (final report), Agreed position on bank supervision (SSM), Minutes Video 1[permanent dead link] and 2
152 2013 7-8 February Scheduled[12]  Ireland Website, Conclusions, Multiannual Financial Framework. Video
- 14 March Euro summit Adopted rules of procedure for Euro summits, Remarks by President.
153 14-15 March Scheduled[12] Website, Conclusions. Video: 1 and 2
154 22 May Scheduled[12] Website, Conclusions (Taxation and Energy), EC member numbers. Video
155 27-28 June Scheduled[12] Website, Conclusions, EP in 2014-19, Genuine EMU. Video: 1[permanent dead link] and 2[permanent dead link]
156 24-25 October Scheduled[13]  Lithuania Website, Conclusions. Video: 1[permanent dead link] and 2[permanent dead link]
157 19-20 December Scheduled[13] Website, Conclusions, Security & Defense conclusions. Video: 1[permanent dead link] and 2[permanent dead link]
158 2014 6 March Extraordinary  Greece Website, Statement on Ukraine, EU stands by Ukraine. Video: Ukrainian PM and Council[permanent dead link]
159 20-21 March Scheduled[14] Website, Conclusions, Conclusions on Ukraine, EU sanctions against Russia, Signing of EU-Ukraine Association Agreement[permanent dead link]. Video: 1[permanent dead link] and 2[permanent dead link]
160 27 May Informal[14] Website, Statement on Ukraine. Video
161 26-27 June Scheduled[14] Website, Conclusions, Conclusions on Ukraine, Strategic agenda for the Union, World War I commemoration, Signing of Association Agreements with Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine[permanent dead link]. Video[permanent dead link]
162 16 July Extraordinary  Italy Website, Conclusions, Conclusions on Ukraine and Gaza. Video[permanent dead link]
163 30 August Extraordinary Website, Conclusions, Nomination of next European Council president and Foreign Affairs High Representative, Sanctions against Russia over Ukraine crisis. Video: 1[permanent dead link] and 2[permanent dead link], Ukrainian President 1a and 1b
164 23-24 October Scheduled[15] Website, Conclusions, New Commission appointed, 2030 climate and energy policy framework, EU response on Ebola. Video: 1[permanent dead link] and 2[permanent dead link]
- 24 October[16] Euro summit Statement
165 18 December Scheduled[15] Donald Tusk
(1st term)[17]
Jean-Claude Juncker Website, Conclusions, Crimea and Sevastopol: further EU sanctions. Video[permanent dead link]
166 2015 12 February Informal[18]  Latvia Website, Results of the informal meeting, Statement on the fight against terrorism, Next Steps on Better Economic Governance in the Euro Area (analytical note), Remarks about Ukrainian ceasefire. Video[permanent dead link], Ukrainian ceasefire agreement[permanent dead link]
167 19-20 March Scheduled[18] Website, Conclusions, Energy Union, Relations with Russia, European Semester 2015, Statement on Tunisia, Statement on Greece. Video: 1[permanent dead link] and 2[permanent dead link]
168 23 April Extraordinary Website, Statement, 10 point action plan to combat Mediterranean migratory pressures, Minutes Video[permanent dead link]
-- 22 June[19] Euro summit Website, Presidential remarks 1 and 2 Video[permanent dead link]
169 25-26 June Scheduled[18] Website, Conclusions, European Fund for Strategic Investments, Completing Europe's Economic and Monetary Union. Video: 1 and 2
-- 7 July[20] Euro summit  Luxembourg Website, Preparing Eurogroup meeting, Presidential Remarks Video[permanent dead link]
-- 12 July Euro summit Website, Preparing Eurogroup meeting, Presidential Remarks, Statement Video[permanent dead link]
170 23 September Informal Website, Presidential Remarks, Statement Video
171 15 October Scheduled Website, Conclusions
172 12 November Informal Website, Presidential Remarks
173 17-18 December Scheduled Website, Conclusions
174 2016 18-19 February Scheduled  Netherlands Website, Conclusions
175 17-18 March Scheduled Website, Conclusions, Minutes and corrigendum
176 28 June Scheduled (postponed due to Brexit Referendum) Website, Conclusions, Minutes
29 June Informalwithout UK Website, Statement
177 16 September Informalwithout UK  Slovakia Website, Declaration and Roadmap
178 20-21 October Scheduled Website, Conclusions
179 15 December Scheduled Website, Conclusions
180 2017 3 February, a.m. Informal  Malta Website, Statement and remarks
3 February, p.m. Informalwithout UK Website: "Main results: Preparations for the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaties"
181 9 March Scheduled Website, Conclusions by the President, Minutes
10 March Informalwithout UK Website: "Informal meeting"
182 29 April Extraordinarywithout UK Website, European Council (Art. 50) guidelines for Brexit negotiations, Minutes
183 22-23 June Scheduled Donald Tusk
(2nd term)[17]
Website, Annotated agenda, Conclusions
22 June, evening Extraordinarywithout UK Website, Annotated agenda, Decision by Heads of State and Government: Procedure leading up to a decision on the relocation of the EMA and the EBA in the context of the UK's withdrawal from the Union
184 19-20 October Scheduled  Estonia Website, Conclusions
20 October Extraordinarywithout UK Website
185 14-15 December Scheduled Website, Conclusions
15 December Euro Summit Website
15 December Extraordinarywithout UK Outcome: guidelines for Brexit negotiations
186 2018 22-23 March Scheduled  Bulgaria Website, Conclusions
23 March Extraordinarywithout UK Website
23 March Euro Summit Website
187 28-29 June Scheduled Website, Conclusions
29 June Extraordinarywithout UK Conclusions
29 June Euro Summit Statement
188 19-20 September Informal  Austria Website
20 September Informalwithout UK Website
189 17 October Extraordinarywithout UK Website
18 October, a.m. Scheduled Website
18 October, p.m. Euro Summit Website
190 13-14 December Scheduled Website
13 December Extraordinarywithout UK Website
14 December Euro Summit Website
191 2019 21 March Extraordinarywithout UK  Romania Website, European Council Decision (EU) 2019/476 taken in agreement with the United Kingdom of 22 March 2019 extending the period under Article 50(3) TEU
22 March Scheduled Website
192 10 April Extraordinarywithout UK Website, European Council Decision (EU) 2019/584 taken in agreement with the United Kingdom of 11 April 2019 extending the period under Article 50(3) TEU
193 9 May Informal Website
194 28 May Informal Website
195 20 June Scheduled Website
21 June Euro Summit Website
21 June Extraordinarywithout UK Website (see heading "Brexit")
196 30 June-2 July Extraordinary  Romania &
 Finland
Website, conclusions (nominations for President of the European Council, President of the Commission, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and President of the European Central Bank)
197 17 October Extraordinarywithout UK  Finland Website
17-18 October Scheduled Website
198 12-13 December Scheduled Charles Michel[21] Ursula von der Leyen
  Upcoming meetings

Meetings are always called and organized to the extent found needed by the European Council president. The upcoming ordinary meetings are scheduled by the end of each semester for the third following semester (minimum one year in advance),[22] and can take form either as "scheduled ordinary meetings" (resulting in a published document entitled "conclusions") or "informal ordinary meetings" (resulting in a published document entitled "statement"). A called scheduled/informal ordinary upcoming meeting might occasionally be moved or cancelled within a short notice, with such change then being notified by the Council president through the issue of a revised calendar plan for the ordinary meetings within the semester in concern. If extra meetings are called outside the procedure of notification minimum a half year in advance, they are referred to as being "extraordinary meetings".

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Cologne 1999

The European Council met in Cologne, Germany, on 3-4 June 1999 to consider issues after the Treaty of Amsterdam came into force. Romano Prodi presented his plan for the future Commission's work and reform program. The Council called for an EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

The Council designated Javier Solana for the post of Secretary-General of the Council of the European Union (with Pierre de Boissieu as his deputy) and High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP). It decided on a common policy on Russia (first use of the CFSP). Adopted the declaration on Kosovo. In relation to the European Security and Defence Policy, a major element of the CFSP, the council declared that the EU "must have the capacity for autonomous action, backed up by credible military forces, the means to decide to use them, and a readiness to do so, in order to respond to international crises without prejudice to actions by NATO". (Declared in St Malo by France and Great Britain)

Laeken 2001

The Laeken European Council was held at the royal palace at Laeken, Belgium, on 14-15 December 2001.

The Laeken European Council dealt with:

  • New measures in the area of Justice and Home Affairs: the European arrest warrant, a common definition of "terrorism", and EUROJUST
  • The seats of ten new EU agencies (after hours of disagreement, the European Council failed to reach an agreement and decided to leave the decision until next year)
  • Impending introduction of Euro cash (the European Council met with the Finance ministers to consider this)
  • Progress of EU enlargement
  • The adoption of the Laeken Declaration on the Future of Europe

The Laeken Declaration on the Future of Europe established the European Convention, presided over with former President of France, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, as President of the Convention, and former Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato and former Belgian Prime Minister Jean-Luc Dehaene as Vice-Presidents. The Convention was tasked with drafting the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe, and would have about 60 members, drawn from national governments, national parliamentarians, the European Parliament, and the European Commission, and include representatives from the candidate countries. The declaration reviews the progress of European integration over the last fifty years, tracing it back to its origins in the horrors of World War II, and poses a number of questions to be answered by the Convention.[23][24]

See also

References

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