Member States to discuss oil prices and aviation

The severe increase in fuel prices and its effect on aviation. This is one of the subjects the Member of States will think about. This is the last week of meetings of parliament before the recess.

The summer recess will last from Monday the 8th of July until the week of the 11th of August. In this last week of meetings prior to the recess, the Member States will exchange views on the effects of the rise in oil prices. This meeting is scheduled at nine thirty on Thursday morning.
The week of meetings starts on Tuesday morning at nine with a central committee assembly with the board of governors of the Moravian Church which will talk about the lesson language in primary and secondary education and about the abolishment of the third cycle in this type of education. At eleven o’clock the Member States will hold talks about the same subject with the Foundation Christian Education New Song (Scons). These talks are part of a series of meetings about the latest developments in the area of education with regard to the State Ordinance primary and secondary education, which the Member States will hold with various actors in the education sector.
The meeting week will close off on Thursday with a central committee assembly with a presentation of the ICT platform about their vision and point of view before and after the dismantling of the country ‘The Netherlands Antilles’.
(Source: Amigoe)

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