Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico, who took the helm of the six-month rotating presidency of the European Union on July 1, has stressed that the bloc’s future cannot be decided by just two or three powerful Western members.
“Crucial decisions about the future of Europe cannot be defined by two, three member states, or the founding states of the EU,” Fico told reporters.
A reported by the Reuters news agency, Germany, France and Italy held three-way talks to consider the Brexit vote. Th...
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