RIGA - An important turning point in the negotiations on the European Union's (EU) multi-annual budget could be the German Presidency of the EU Council, MEP Ivars Ijabs (For Development) told LETA.
"The German presidency will certainly be used to move the debate on the EU's multiannual budget forward. It is hoped that the leaders of the member states will reach an agreement on the budget," Ijabs said.
However, he pointed out that what Latvia experienced last year is also possible in the EU, namely, if the budget is not adopted by the e...
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