Mercoledì, 19 Settembre 2018

Letta says Italy will stand up for itself at EU talks


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Rome, May 22 - Italian Premier Enrico Letta said
Tuesday that Italy will stand up for itself when it comes to
negotiations at the EU level on the eve of his first summit of
European leaders.
"The Italian parliament counts in Europe and the decisions
it takes are binding," Letta told the Senate the day before an
extraordinary EU summit, with tax evasion and energy among the
issues on the agenda.
"We can tell our partners that our positions cannot change
because our country asks for that. Italy will go with its back
straight and negotiate in the name of our country".
Another EU summit focusing on promoting growth and tackling
unemployment will be held in June.

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