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Vasco Cordeiro said: “It is very important that this approach be made based on solidarity, a key element and a key issue in the European project… Solidarity among regions, institutions, and member states is the key cement that keeps us together” External link

euractiv-en Friday, October 18, 2019 5:49:00 PM CEST

Eleni Marianou told: “We are very concerned about the proposals of the Finnish Presidency to actually have cuts on Cohesion Policy, and this is why we voted unanimously on the statement we have already sent this morning to the heads of state meeting in Brussels,” External link

euractiv-en Friday, October 18, 2019 5:49:00 PM CEST

Kristalina Georgieva indicó: "No acepten nunca ser pagadas menos que sus colegas hombres, nunca" External link

rpp Tuesday, October 15, 2019 11:57:00 PM CEST

Kristalina Georgieva indicó: "No acepten nunca ser pagadas menos que sus colegas hombres, nunca" External link

elexpresso Tuesday, October 15, 2019 11:03:00 PM CEST

Jan Olbrycht said: "There will be no agreement on the next MFF without new EU own resources" External link

eppgroup Tuesday, October 15, 2019 11:47:00 AM CEST

Jan Olbrycht stated: “Universities and enterprises are waiting for a decision concerning the budget. The Parliament is ready to negotiate with the governments. We approved this Resolution, where we confirm our position. Now, we want the governments of the Member States to take a decision” External link

eppgroup Tuesday, October 15, 2019 11:47:00 AM CEST

Jan Olbrycht pointed out: “We accept the new priorities, like defence. We absolutely want to have more money for the research programme Horizon and the exchange programme Erasmus, but we want to keep Cohesion Funds and the agriculture budget as they are. This means that Parliament holds its position, and also as regards the amount of money in the budget. This is our Resolution, we are not changing it” External link

eppgroup Tuesday, October 15, 2019 11:47:00 AM CEST

Markus Trilling said: “A European Green Deal requires a future EU budget that addresses the climate crisis much more profoundly than the current one does. There is no room for being frugal on climate action,” External link

neurope Monday, October 14, 2019 8:12:00 AM CEST

Ludovic Orban said: "The first and most important measure will be to restore the administrative capacities of the state by attracting and promoting competent people within these institutions, based on professionalism, meritocracy, as well as the objective evaluation of the activity of each employee in public institutions. A much slimmer government, 15, not more than 16 ministries, the reduction of the number of bureaucratic structures, offices, agencies, authorities of all kinds. These are fundamental things, because no public policy can be put into practice unless you have the body of officials to participate in its implementation," External link

stiripesurse Sunday, October 13, 2019 12:37:00 PM CEST

Ludovic Orban said: "Obviously, we have some important and very pressing tasks; the preparation of the state budget, the finalization of this year's budget. I am more than sure that we will have to issue a budget rectification, so as to keep the budget deficit within reasonable limits. (...) A fundamental element for the next seven years is the negotiation of the partnership agreement with the European Union for the multiannual financial framework 2021-2027; on the one hand, PNL MEPs are fighting in Brussels to obtain as much financing as possible, I hope we exceed 40 billion euros, and on the other hand, we have to negotiate with the EU what we spend this money on. There are areas that we consider as priorities and towards which we want to allocate resources, because our objective is to increase the economic dynamics, to attract investments, to strengthen the infrastructure as a support for economic development, to reduce the development disparities that exist in certain regions of the country, to allocate resources for increasing the quality of public services, in the field of health, in education, in the field of the insurance of the citizens' life, security, private property," External link

stiripesurse Sunday, October 13, 2019 12:37:00 PM CEST

Ludovic Orban affirmed: "We will stimulate the increase of wages in the private sector through a dynamic of boosting investments, but also by an entrepreneurial attitude towards the business environment, so as to encourage private investments, either of domestic investors or foreign investments. Romania can develop on the basis of investments, innovation, research, enhancing competitiveness, placing the entire public system in the service of economic development," External link

stiripesurse Sunday, October 13, 2019 12:37:00 PM CEST

Ludovic Orban pointed out: "The problem is the very large budget deficit caused by the PSD budget policy (...) and, normally, when you have a big deficit, to be able to pay the expenses you are forced to borrow. We will try to reduce the budget deficit, especially through economic growth measures, measures that rely on sustainable growth engines such as public investments, private investments, stimulating innovation, research, stimulating the transfer of know-how in Romania, attracting investments that will lead to the formation of new well-paid jobs, because there is indeed potential for development in Romania. Let us not forget that in the world there are tens and hundreds of billions of euros or dollars that are looking for places to be invested into in order to generate future returns. We must generate projects and we must attract these financial resources that, for the most part, are private, in order to be able to boost economic development," External link

stiripesurse Sunday, October 13, 2019 12:37:00 PM CEST

Luca Jahier said: "As EESC, the house of the European civil society, we are closely following the latest proposals of the UK government. We fear that, for the time being, these proposals lack the necessary basis to secure a deal. In fact, we are worried that we are running out of time for an orderly Brexit, which should be a top priority”. “We have said since a long time that a no-deal Brexit would have a very negative impact on both the UK and the EU and especially on civil society on both sides" External link

theparliament Monday, October 7, 2019 6:24:00 PM CEST

Angela Merkel said: “is not as advanced as we would like it to be” External link

euractiv-en Thursday, October 3, 2019 11:53:00 AM CEST

Angela Merkel said: “It is good fortune that after Germany had caused so much pain to the Netherlands 75 years ago, we are now working together in such a spirit of partnership,” External link

euractiv-en Thursday, October 3, 2019 11:53:00 AM CEST

Paul Boyle said: “Research is the infrastructure, the roads and the bridges of our knowledge society,” External link

sciencebusiness Thursday, October 3, 2019 11:18:00 AM CEST

Urmas Reinsalu added: "Estonia's position will be based on the final form of the proposal," External link

BalticTimes Wednesday, October 2, 2019 5:08:00 AM CEST

Pietro Russo said: "Savings generated from the 2014 staff reforms go beyond expectations, but they are overshadowed by their impact on the workforce" External link

eubusiness Thursday, September 26, 2019 1:57:00 PM CEST

Pietro Russo said: “Savings generated from the 2014 staff reforms go beyond expectations, but they are overshadowed by their impact on the workforce” External link

europa-nu Wednesday, September 25, 2019 10:08:00 AM CEST

Viorica Dăncilă said: "Consultations between our governments took place in a special context, marked by the celebration this year, by Romania and the Republic of Poland, of 100 years of diplomatic relations. Furthermore, we mark 10 years of strategic partnership. Poland is a close friend, a key strategic partner and a trusted ally of Romania. Based on a relation with tradition, on converging interests and a common destiny, Romanian-Polish collaboration developed in a powerful, viable strategic partnership oriented towards the future. The consultations today allowed a review of the progress recorded in the cooperation between our countries and the establishment of benchmarks for future cooperation. I hail, thusly, the signing of several memorandums of understanding in domains with particular relevance for the development of our countries, such as infrastructure and transport, energy, communications and digitalization, entrepreneurship, European funds management, cooperation between Police Academies," External link

stiripesurse Wednesday, September 18, 2019 5:31:00 PM CEST

Mateusz Morawiecki said: “At our joint session [e.n. -the round of intergovernmental consultations] we have also discussed extensively the issues of competitiveness and the implementation of the regulations of the European Union Treaty. (…) It is paramount for us to ensure freedom of movement, but, at the same time, to consider the competition with the countries of Western Europe so that we can find ways for Poland and Romania’s economic development,” External link

nineoclock Wednesday, September 18, 2019 5:21:00 PM CEST

Mateusz Morawiecki said: “It is a very important mission (…), the Commissioner for Transport is very important. Mrs. Prime Minister also commented on the important achievements, namely the file for the Commissioner of Agriculture, both Poland and Romania need increased opportunities. for the Polish and Romanian farmers and that is why the Commissioner from Poland will act efficiently in ensuring equal rights for the Romanian and Polish farmers, it is about the implementation of the rural programmes,” External link

nineoclock Wednesday, September 18, 2019 5:21:00 PM CEST

Mateusz Morawiecki said: “We have also discussed the collaboration in the field of commercial exchange, investment exchange. Romania is a country, a very good partner for Polish investors, we are opening more and more horizons in the economic field for Polish investors. (…) Romania has a good economic growth, a record in the EU, 4.5 percent, even more, of the GDP and we want to make the most of this important moment in boosting the economic relations between us,” External link

nineoclock Wednesday, September 18, 2019 5:21:00 PM CEST

Viorica Dăncilă said: “Consultations between our governments took place in a special context, marked by the celebration this year, by Romania and the Republic of Poland, of 100 years of diplomatic relations. Furthermore, we mark 10 years of strategic partnership. Poland is a close friend, a key strategic partner and a trusted ally of Romania. Based on a relation with tradition, on converging interests and a common destiny, Romanian-Polish collaboration developed in a powerful, viable strategic partnership oriented towards the future. The consultations today allowed a review of the progress recorded in the cooperation between our countries and the establishment of benchmarks for future cooperation. I hail, thusly, the signing of several memorandums of understanding in domains with particular relevance for the development of our countries, such as infrastructure and transport, energy, communications and digitalization, entrepreneurship, European funds management, cooperation between Police Academies,” External link

nineoclock Wednesday, September 18, 2019 5:21:00 PM CEST

Egils Levits said (about Janusz Wojciechowski): “I believe that the Polish candidate, Janusz Wojciechowski, who has extensive experience with agricultural policy, is very competent. Both Poland and Latvia will benefit from a more balanced agricultural policy of the EC. Our positions on the multi-annual financial framework (MFF), especially the cohesion policy funding, are the same. Cohesion Fund is an efficient instrument for reducing disparities between member states. To achieve convergence, which is EU’s strategic goal, cohesion policy should remain at the same level. Any cuts would slow down the process of convergence, and neither Latvia, nor Poland, nor any other EU member state would favor that,” External link

BalticTimes Friday, September 13, 2019 5:33:00 AM CEST

Egils Levits said: “This visit is emblematic of the good relations between Latvia and Poland. I hope it will become an impetus for closer and deeper cooperation between our two countries, which are bound by shared interest. Let me conclude by thanking the President of the Republic of Poland once again for the warm welcome and hospitality,” External link

BalticTimes Friday, September 13, 2019 5:33:00 AM CEST

Egils Levits said: “Latvia and Poland share close ties dating a long way back, many centuries. For several centuries, a part of Latvia was incorporated into Poland, thus Polish culture and heritage is deeply embedded in our culture and heritage. We respect this heritage and hold it in high regard. Moreover, a hundred years ago, Poland rushed to Latvia’s help at a very crucial moment and expelled Soviet army from Latvia. 500 Polish soldiers died on the battlefield. Latvia will be forever grateful to Poland for its role in ensuring Latvia’s integrity. Polish troops deployed to Latvia in scope of NATO battlegroup right now, continue to provide vital support in ensuring our national and regional security. Transatlantic partnership is the cornerstone of Latvia’s and Poland’s security,” External link

lsm-en Thursday, September 12, 2019 9:02:00 AM CEST

Egils Levits said (about Janusz Wojciechowski): “I believe that the Polish candidate, Janusz Wojciechowski, who has extensive experience with agricultural policy, is very competent. Both Poland and Latvia will benefit from a more balanced agricultural policy of the EC. Our positions on the multi-annual financial framework (MFF), especially the cohesion policy funding, are the same. Cohesion Fund is an efficient instrument for reducing disparities between member states. To achieve convergence, which is EU’s strategic goal, cohesion policy should remain at the same level. Any cuts would slow down the process of convergence, and neither Latvia, nor Poland, nor any other EU member state would favour that,” External link

lsm-en Thursday, September 12, 2019 9:02:00 AM CEST

Andrej Plenkovic told: "It is very likely that the European Council meeting in October, which was to be dedicated to the Multiannual financial framework (MFF), will, after all, be dominated by Brexit. That's why these negotiations will likely be carried over to our presidency, and we will do our best to ensure that they are completed during the Croatian presidency in the first half of 2020," External link

euractiv-hr Wednesday, September 11, 2019 12:57:00 PM CEST

Petr Zahradnik said: “We need more efforts to raise awareness among European businesses and citizens about the benefits obtained from the plan so that they can make the best use of them,” External link

eureporter Friday, July 26, 2019 7:12:00 AM CEST

Antti Rinne said: "It is particularly important for the Presidency and the Commission to pull together at a time when we are defending the cornerstones of European integration: peace, security, stability, democracy and prosperity," External link

eubusiness Monday, July 8, 2019 12:22:00 PM CEST

Antti Rinne said: "We are particularly keen to work with the Commission on climate issues. We consider it vital for the European Union to speak with one voice in international climate negotiations and to reach unanimity on the goal of making the EU climate neutral by 2050," External link

eubusiness Monday, July 8, 2019 12:22:00 PM CEST

Antti Rinne said (about Jean Claude Juncker): "I personally thanked President Juncker and the whole Commission for their efforts to develop an Arctic strategy for the EU in response to the challenges and opportunities related to the area. Finland's Presidency wishes to strengthen the EU's Arctic policy and to make mitigation of climate change its top priority," External link

eubusiness Monday, July 8, 2019 12:22:00 PM CEST

Viorica Dăncilă added: “We have promoted cohesion amongst Member States, between regions and communities, among citizens. We have thus acted on the belief that the EU can move forward in the spirit of the founding ideas of the European project, only by maintaining cohesion and overcoming the gaps between Member States in all their forms of expression. The rights and freedoms of all citizens are respected in a strong Europe and no one is left behind,” External link

nineoclock Wednesday, July 3, 2019 4:06:00 PM CEST

Viorica Dăncilă said: “We have had many successes on all four key pillars that we have set out in our priority agenda: Convergence Europe, Europe of Security, Europe – Global Actor, Europe of Common Values. (…) The EU Agenda under the Presidency of Romania has been marked by developments on a number of horizontal dossiers of major relevance to the future of the European project, such as the 2021 – 2027 multiannual financial framework, the management of the Brexit process or the definition of the 2019-2024 strategic agenda. At the same time, during our term, were formulated a series of crucial decisions in relation to many of the European Union’s policies such as the ones in the social field, the energy field, climate change, the digital single market and the internal security of the European Union and of the Economic and Monetary Union. After Romania’s presidency office at the Council of the European Union, both the European path of the Western Balkan states, the Union’s commitment to the Eastern Partnership partners as well as the geopolitical relevance of the Black Sea are re-positioned on the agenda of the EU priorities,” External link

nineoclock Wednesday, July 3, 2019 4:06:00 PM CEST

Viorica Dăncilă added: “We have contributed to the definition of the future of the European Union. We have acted towards more cohesion in Europe. We have worked for a safer Europe and for strengthening the external borders. We have worked to promote digitization and innovation. We have delivered results for strengthening the energy Union and combating climate change. We have worked for strengthening the economic and monetary Union and making the European economy more resilient to crises. We have helped to strengthen the role of the European Union in the world and in the vicinity. We have actively maintained the Union’s enlargement agenda, a policy of considerable strategic importance,” External link

nineoclock Wednesday, July 3, 2019 4:06:00 PM CEST

Viorica Dăncilă said: “I welcome the fact that the negotiations between the Member States within the European institutional framework have produced a formula for the appointment at the helm of the European institutions. The Romanian Government is willing to work with the new leadership of the European institutions to advance the European project,” External link

nineoclock Wednesday, July 3, 2019 4:06:00 PM CEST

Donald Tusk said: “I met thousand of true Europeans on the streets in Sibiu. I was really, really moved,” External link

nineoclock Friday, June 21, 2019 9:38:00 PM CEST

Donald Tusk stated: “I visited also this huge and amazing painting collection in Sibiu. My feeling was that we could touch the essence of Europe in Sibiu, […] because of culture, because of hospitality. Sometimes it’s more important than our procedures and legislation,” External link

nineoclock Friday, June 21, 2019 9:38:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis replied: “I don’t know if it is good to speak about a legacy, you cannot create a legacy in six months, that’s an illusion. But you can do a decent work in six months. So, let me conclude in a way which is probably a bit unexpected for some. Few people had high expectations when we started our Presidency, most people expected us to be in between somewhere. Well, surprise, I took the laudatio from Donald and Jean-Claude very serious and the fact that Romanian Presidency concluded more than 90 legislative files, you know how much have been concluded in other presidencies is an indication not only of the intensity and the quantity of the work, but also of the quality. Because we have partners, negotiators and institutions with high standards and so, our team, the Romanian team, managed something unexpected and this is why I said that the Romanian Presidency was surprising because it performed way better that expected. So, if we may define this as a legacy that Romania is actually way better than its image, then this is a good legacy,” External link

nineoclock Friday, June 21, 2019 9:38:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis said: “The Strategic Agenda that we have adopted reflects entirely the 10 commitments we agreed upon at the Sibiu Summit, the spirit of Sibiu as I call it. The key aim now is to remain united, determined and effective in our efforts to implement this Agenda and achieve results for all. Romania is strongly committed in this respect. I particularly welcome that the main priorities and lines of action identified in the Strategic Agenda reflect our common vision for the future of the Union. This is a clear sign of unity and cohesion,” External link

nineoclock Friday, June 21, 2019 9:38:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis said: “Recently, the Council formally adopted a number of significant legislative files concluded under the Romanian Presidency, in relation to the Banking Union, the improvement of labour and social rights, the deepening of the Single Market, the decarbonisation of transport and the further enhancing of the Digital Europe. This is Europe at its best and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all Member States, and the European institutions for their support and for their constructive approach that allowed the Romanian Presidency to conclude a significant number of important legislative initiatives,” External link

nineoclock Friday, June 21, 2019 9:38:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis pointed out: “The Presidency has worked intensively and I am pleased that this hard work and progress are acknowledged in the conclusions of the European Council,” External link

nineoclock Friday, June 21, 2019 9:38:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis replied (about Donald Tusk): "I don't know if it is good to speak about a legacy, you cannot create a legacy in six months, that's an illusion. But you can do a decent work in six months. So, let me conclude in a way which is probably a bit unexpected for some. Few people had high expectations when we started our Presidency, most people expected us to be in between somewhere. Well, surprise, I took the laudatio from Donald and Jean-Claude very serious and the fact that Romanian Presidency concluded more than 90 legislative files, you know how much have been concluded in other presidencies is an indication not only of the intensity and the quantity of the work, but also of the quality. Because we have partners, negotiators and institutions with high standards and so, our team, the Romanian team, managed something unexpected and this is why I said that the Romanian Presidency was surprising because it performed way better that expected. So, if we may define this as a legacy that Romania is actually way better than its image, then this is a good legacy," External link

stiripesurse Friday, June 21, 2019 4:50:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis said: "The Strategic Agenda that we have adopted reflects entirely the 10 commitments we agreed upon at the Sibiu Summit, the spirit of Sibiu as I call it. The key aim now is to remain united, determined and effective in our efforts to implement this Agenda and achieve results for all. Romania is strongly committed in this respect. I particularly welcome that the main priorities and lines of action identified in the Strategic Agenda reflect our common vision for the future of the Union. This is a clear sign of unity and cohesion," External link

stiripesurse Friday, June 21, 2019 4:50:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis said: "Recently, the Council formally adopted a number of significant legislative files concluded under the Romanian Presidency, in relation to the Banking Union, the improvement of labour and social rights, the deepening of the Single Market, the decarbonisation of transport and the further enhancing of the Digital Europe. This is Europe at its best and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all Member States, and the European institutions for their support and for their constructive approach that allowed the Romanian Presidency to conclude a significant number of important legislative initiatives," External link

stiripesurse Friday, June 21, 2019 4:50:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis pointed out: "The Presidency has worked intensively and I am pleased that this hard work and progress are acknowledged in the conclusions of the European Council," External link

stiripesurse Friday, June 21, 2019 4:50:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis said: "I would like to conclude by saying that I welcome the fact that upon my request, the leaders agreed to have a reference to the Republic of Moldova in the conclusions. In my opinion, the agreement of the leaders to strengthen the EU support for the Republic of Moldova by concrete measures is very important," External link

stiripesurse Friday, June 21, 2019 4:50:00 PM CEST

Klaus Iohannis added: "For us it is very important as it was the first Presidency," External link

stiripesurse Friday, June 21, 2019 4:50:00 PM CEST

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