BRUSSELSThe European Union's future members papered over a spat with France and Germany on March 21, backing a declaration by the bloc's leaders which highlighted unity rather than divisions over Iraq."We are united with European countries on the future toward Iraq, and we fully accept this common message undertaken by member states and candidate countries," Latvian Prime Minister Einars Repse said."It is true that Europe is divided about the assessment of the present situation. But it is also important to stress that Europe is not divided as far as the necessity for Iraq to disarm," Polish...
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