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Ursula von der Leyen, President of the Commission of the European Union (EU), delivered her traditional ‘State of the Union’ address to the General Assembly of the European Parliament, where she described the actions and Commission priorities for next year.
“When I look at the state of the covenant, I see a strong spirit in everything we do.” Von der Leyen said tackling the century’s biggest health problem is one of them.
Von der Leyen said: “We have chosen to move forward together; Every part of Europe had access to life-saving vaccines. ” noted.
Von der Leyen said they have been working together in tackling the world’s biggest economic crisis in decades, adding: “I think we can be proud of it.” used the expression.
Von der Leyen said that “the review will be passed” next year, especially given the ongoing epidemic threat, “I know that; Europe will pass the test. made his assessment.
Von der Leyen said that when it comes to foreign policy issues, investments in the future of the Western Balkans will count as aid in the future of the EU.
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Von der Leyen said they want to improve relations with the EU’s neighbors and aim to implement the new Mediterranean agenda.
Von der Leyen, “We will continue to work on different dimensions of our relations with Turkey.” noted.
In the part of his speech on Afghanistan, the President of the Commission pledged additional humanitarian aid to this country in order to avoid a great famine.
“We will increase our humanitarian aid to Afghanistan by 100 million euros. Von der Leyen said they will continue to support the Afghan people.
Von der Leyen said they will not forget the soldiers, diplomats and aid workers who gave their lives for the “common cause”, and that they will continue to work to ensure the safety of those working for democracy , especially women judges and journalists.
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