Skip to comments.France, Germany, Spain, Italy call for a multi-speed Europe
Posted on 03/06/2017 3:20:16 PM PST by Olog-hai
Leaders of France, Germany, Spain and Italy have called for a European Union which allows groups of member states to advance at their own pace, in a joint effort to cushion the impact of the Brexit.
French president François Hollande hosted his counterparts on Monday evening in Versailles, near Paris, to prepare for a larger EU meeting later this week.
Europe must be able to draw the consequences of the Brexit, he said in a joint statement with the other leaders of the European Unions major economies. [ ]
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni joined their voices to call for steps toward further EU integration and to maintain Europes common project.
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The dictators of Europe that is.
Advancing at your own pace is difficult with the currency union.
What about Lichtenstein?
Do they have to go fast or slow or half slow or half fast?
Always remember Lichtenstein’s motto:
“We’re Bigger Than Monacco!”
Liechtenstein isn’t a member of the EU. It’s in the European Economic Area and Schengen zone though, which makes it a de facto member to a degree; they use the Swiss franc as their currency. Being landlocked would mean that the German bloc would drag them along with their plans.
And yes, 62 square miles certainly beats 0.78 square miles.
I’ve actually been to Liechtenstein, beautiful little country.
I’m so confused!
They use Swiss French money and they get drug around by Germans.
What language do these Liechtensteinerarians speak?
They speak Alemmanic, I believe.
I know all about the Allemann Tribe!
I know about the Vandals and the Lombards and the Cleveland Browns.
monday, January 23, 2017 10:17:46 PM
Coming to a location near you;
There is nothing more beautiful than Paris in the spring time! Make that Paris in the Arab spring time.
PARIS AT WAR - MEDIA SILENCE - The Muslim Invasion continues.
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