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European Commission Welcomes Paris & Berlin Together On ‘Deeper Euro-Zone Integration’


06/21/2018


The European Commission terms Macron and Merkel’s agreement as a “crucial political step”.



On Wednesday 20, 2018, a collaboration between France and Germany was welcomed by the European Commission, wherein two of the “biggest countries” in the euro zone held a “joint position” for dealing with the “key elements” concerning the euro zone’s deeper integration. According to the European Commission this seems to be a “crucial step” in order to arrive at an “overall agreement”.
 
Economic and Financial Affairs’ European Commissioner, Pierre Moscovici addressed a news conference saying:
“I think the agreement yesterday between President Macron and Chancellor Merkel represents a crucial political step towards an agreement”.
“Experience shows that even if an agreement between France and Germany is not enough for an final agreement it is true that an agreement without such an understanding is unthinkable. The condition sine qua non is that Paris, Berlin and Brussels move forward together”.
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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