ANSAmed - Tomorrow's events in the Mediterranean

08 May, 19:05

(ANSAmed) - ROME, MAY 8 - Following are the main events scheduled to take place tomorrow in the Mediterranean area: DJERBA (TUNISIA) - Annual pilgrimage to the Ghriba, Africa's most ancient synagogue. ROME - Egyptian Academy inaugurates the initiative ''Lei'' (Her), on the past and present of women in Egypt, with exhibitions, a concert and talks (to May 10). FLORENCE - EU, conference on the state of the Union with the President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Durao Barroso and commissioners Olli Rehn and Michel Barnier. BRUSSELS - European parliament, debate on commercial and investment strategy in the EU in countries on the southern coasts of the Mediterranean. BRUSSELS - European Parliament; subcommittee on human rights, talks with the UN Special Advisor and the Deputy Director of Frontex regarding the EU's migratory policies. BRUSSELS - European Parliament, conference on Christians in the Arab world, one year after the start of the Arab Spring.

BRUSSELS - European parliament, debate on the future of Europe and on the visit of European MP's in Sicily and Lampedusa with the EU commission and EU council. SARAJEVO - Visit by the ICTY's chief prosecutor, Serge Brammertz.

AMMAN - The joint military manoeuvres between Jordan, USA and more than a dozen other NATO and Persian Gulf countries such as UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar continues (to May 28).

TEL AVIV - 41st European Interpol conference (to May 10).

NEW YORK - United Nations: first meeting of the 64th session of the Commission for International rights (to June 1).

DUBAI - Arab Media Forum 2012, annual meeting aimed at highlighting young talents in the United Arab Emirates in the fields of arts and technologies.

AMMAN - 2012 Health Expo 2012 in Jordan (to May 10).

TRIPOLI - Fifth edition of the Food, Farming and Fishing Fair (to May 10). (ANSAmed).

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