Who is the president of Eurogroup?

Who is the president of Eurogroup?

Paschal DonohoeEurogroup / President
The Minister for Finance and President of the Eurogroup, Paschal Donohoe, T.D., will travel to Brussels on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th December to attend Eurogroup and ECOFIN, and for a series of bilateral meetings.

Is the Eurogroup part of the European Council?

The current President of the Eurogroup is Paschal Donohoe, the Minister for Finance of Ireland. The group is related to the Council of the European Union (only Eurogroup member states vote on issues relating to the euro in the ECOFIN) and was formalised under the Treaty of Lisbon.

What is the Eurogroup meeting?

The Eurogroup is an informal body where the ministers of the euro area member states discuss matters relating to their shared responsibilities related to the euro.

When was the Eurogroup created?

It is also responsible for preparing the Euro Summit meetings and for their follow-up. The Eurogroup’s role was set out in Protocol No 14 to the Lisbon Treaty, which entered into force on 1 December 2009.

Where does the Eurogroup meet?

Economic and Financial Affairs Council and Eurogroup meet in Brussels on 12-13 July 2021.

What does the President of the Eurogroup do?

Role. The President of the Eurogroup chairs Eurogroup meetings, sets their agendas, draws up the long-term work programme and represents the Eurogroup in international fora.

How does the Presidency of the European Council work?

The president’s role is largely political, preparing the work of the European Council, organising and chairing its meetings, seeking to find consensus among its members and reporting to the European Parliament after each meeting; the president will also “at his level and in that capacity, ensure the external …

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