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In what order do the Member States hold the Presidency?

It rests with the Council to decide the order in which the Member States will hold the Presidency. The current order was adopted by the Council in 1995 (link to the decision)

Following the enlargement in 2004 the Council  gave its political approval to a draft order for the presidencies from 2007 until 2020.

The order in which the Member States will hold the Presidency of the Council as from 1 January 2008 is as follows:

Slovenia January-June 2008

France July-December 2008

Czech Republic January-June 2009

Sweden July-December 2009

Spain January-June 2010

Belgium July-December 2010

Hungary January-June 2011

Poland July-December 2011

Denmark January-June 2012

Cyprus July-December 2012

Ireland January-June 2013

Lithuania July-December 2013

Greece January-June 2014

Italy July-December 2014

Latvia January-June 2015

Luxembourg July-December 2015

Netherlands January-June 2016

Slovakia July-December 2016

Malta January-June 2017

United Kingdom July-December 2017

Estonia January-June 2018

Bulgaria July-December 2018

Austria January-June 2019

Romania July-December 2019

Finland January-June 2020


Sidst opdateret: 30-07-2008  - ANSJ