Macron’s speech: momentum for EU reform

In a programmatic speech, Emmanuel Macron pleaded for a confident and sovereign Europe. The EU must “build a common security order on our continent,” forge a new alliance with Africa and tackle long-delayed reforms, such as the Schengen area and energy policy, France’s president said on Wednesday in the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Macron explicitly acknowledged the controversial taxonomy, which considers nuclear power and gas sustainable power.

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