EU leaders pay tribute to Angela Merkel’s recent summit

Twenty-seven meetings, “without Angela, it’s like Rome without the Vatican or Paris without the Eiffel Tower,” said Charles Michael, chairman of the council.

During the summit in Brussels on Friday (October 22), European leaders paid tribute to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who, after her 107th and last 16 years of rule, learned from a European source.

I hope you will not regret this ceremony for your last summit, Announced Charles Michael, Chairman of the Council. Twenty-seven meetings “Without Angela, it would be like Rome without the Vatican or Paris without the Eiffel Tower“, He added, according to this European source.”Your farewell to the European scene affects us politically but fills us with emotion. You are a monument“, Followed by Charles Michael, welcome”Wisdom“The Chancellor Missed by Europeans,”Especially during difficult times.

A gift to the Chancellor

Heads of state and government have previously praised the German official’s compromising attitude when leaving like Austria’s Alexander Schellenberg.Peacemaker in the EU“Or Luxembourgish Xavier Petal, for whom she”A compromise machine.

For this last summit, while Poland was hot on the heels of violating its legal provisions, the Germans begged for dialogue with Warsaw and again left its identity. European officials presented the President with a gift to represent the building where the European Summit will take place.

During his speech, Charles Michael paid tribute to Sweden’s Stephen Lofven, who will step down from his post as prime minister in November 2014. “You mark our meetings with your strong and reassuring presence“, Charles Michael announces to the latter, saluting his dedication”Social progress“, According to the same source.

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