And with that, the final debate comes to an end and that's it from the European Parliament tonight.
MEPs will be back tomorrow morning at 08.00 BST, when they will debate a mid-term review of the EU's flagship investment plan.
They will then discuss whether to sign off on EU proposals to lend €500m to Tunisia to supplement loans from the IMF.
Before the voting session begins at 11.30 BST, MEPs will hear a speech from Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev.
After lunch, they will debate the sharing of information between EU security authorities, EU action against Chinese steel dumping and the state of democracy in Turkey.