Jubilee – it’s worth talking!
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do our best to protect the particular individual values and interests of individual countries, but we do little to develop joint interests and common values. We have been trying to do so over the last two decades. We make eorts to maintain indi- vidual cultures, but do not try to create a common force that could cope with the challenges faced by the Union now”– said Pereira da Silva.
ejecting the thinking from the perspective of one-country interest is a ba- sic condition for building a European community. However the Union does not want to develop on the rules of simple collectivism, but it aims at the development of consensus of interests of all its members. Proper communication R
Maroš Šefčovič, Vice President, Commissioner for Inter–Institutional Relations & Administration, European Commission, Slovakia Róża Thun, Membe , European Parliament, Poland