Europe After The Lisbon Treaty. Strategies for the Future
s Mr De Maizierè said:Therefore, we need a long-term policy aimed at streng- thening, stabilising, democratisation and modernisation in adjacent coun- tries - said the German Minister of the Interior. The EU needs constant reforms both of its policy and its economy. Openness to re- forms allows it to adapt to new and changing conditions. Jürgen Fitschen, Member A
There will be no freedom, safety and stability zone in Europe if our neighbours do not accept that and if there is no stability in the neighbouring countries. A good neighbourhood policy, one of the pillars of the whole Euro- pean policy, is necessary.”
of the Management Board of Deutsche Bank, when discussing the kind and extent of reforms in the Union, expressed his fears of and conclusions about the prospects of economic cooperation in Europe. In his opinion the model of the joint European government should be discussed more favourably. Therefore, it is worth learning about the process of budget comparison and creation of the European benchmark. This results in the question: who can lay down conditions in Europe? How to make countries adopt changes? Mr Fitschen expressed his concern about expansion of
Bronisław Komorowski, President of Poland Thomas de Maiziere, Federal Minister of the Interior, Germany
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