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  • South – East Mediterranean region is a very important strategic partner for the United States. There are a number of military installations in places like Greece, such as Souda Bay in Crete and others, but I think as every new situation with new administration, people wait to see what will happen. Anyway, it is been noted that the current President of the United States does not have potentially very positive views of the European Union as a whole but we will have to see what his policies are dictating. Generally, United States and Europe are very close allies and I hope that this will continue.

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In his keynote speech before EU policymakers and businessmen, Soros agreed with the bloc’s leadership that the project is in the midst of an “existential crisis”. “Most Europeans of my generation were supporters of further integration. Subsequent generations came to regard the EU as an enemy that deprives them of a secure and promising future,” he lamented. After listing the challenges the European Union faces, both internally and externally, Soros claimed that the EU needs to be “radically reinvented”. Although he insisted that the EU fundamental law is “outdated”, Soros agreed with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble in saying that a treaty change now is “impossible”, and could materialise “only in the distant future”. “The process of disintegration has lasted a decade. It may take another decade to rebuild trust and reestablish a willingness to cooperate,” he predicted.

Soros: Britain could reunite with the EU before the divorce is completed

Investor and philanthropist George Soros said today (1 June) that the EU should use Brexit as a “catalyst for introducing far-reaching reforms”, transforming itself into an organisation that Britain will want to rejoin before the divorce is completed

There are some policies that need to be pushed forward at the national level. It is not a matter for the Commission. Especially social policies. The Commission has other issues to deal with: think infrastructure, security, defence. That is where the common power comes from.

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I asked Donald Trump, if he becomes the next president of America, what are his plans during his first 100 days in office. This is his answer: “Appoint judges who will uphold our Constitution – this is so important”

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