The Dutch government presented last week the program of the country’s EU presidency: migration and security; innovation and job creation; a strong Eurozone; and environmental sustainability are the main priorities.
The Dutch EU presidency comes at a time of major challenges facing Europe at its borders, as well as internally. The refugee crisis, the difficulties in keeping together the Schengen area of free movement, the risk of a possible Brexit, the referendum on the EU Association Agreement ...
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