26 November 2019
"Germany and France have drawn up a blueprint for a two-year "Conference on the Future of Europe" aimed at overhauling nearly all aspects of how the EU functions, including possible treaty changes if need be, with a goal of making the bloc "more united and sovereign," according to a document seen by POLITICO."
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EU: Berlin and Paris outline plan for EU makeover - Two-page document aims to show Franco-German partnership overcoming recent tensions (Politico, link):
A number of documents are this theme are being circulated: Conference on the Future of Europe: Franco-German non-paper on key questions and guidelines (pdf) and Resolution: EPP, S&D, Greens/EFA AFCO (pdf)
Questions surround Greece's stricter course on refugees
Greece makes course change in its approach to the refugee crisis
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