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World concerned about EU, Renzi tells PD MEPs


Brussels, October 20 - The state of the European
Union post-Brexit is a concern worldwide, Premier Matteo Renzi
told MEPs from his center-left Democratic Party (PD) ahead of a
European summit Thursday.
Sources present at the meeting told ANSA Renzi said the
Brexit could have been a chance to relaunch the Union but that
fellow EU leaders appeared backtrack at a failed September
informal summit of the EU-27 in Bratislava.
Renzi relayed to MEPs at the 45-minute meeting that U.S.
President Barack Obama told him during his official visit to
Washington, DC earlier in the week week that he considers the EU
- not the civil war in Syria, which he said was a serious
emergency but one that could be solved - to be the most critical
issue to be inherited by whoever succeeds him at the White
Obama told Renzi he considers the Italian left a key
partner to relaunch the European project, which must happen
based on three premises: a break with economic policies of the
past and austerity, building the European identity through
culture, and welfare measures.

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