Scholz and the EU: marching in solidarity

But this should also apply to the EU, especially in the impending energy crisis, the chancellor stressed in response to a question from Europe.Table: “Solidarity in the European Union is better than was predicted a few years ago, after all.” In the Covid pandemic, after initial difficulties, cooperation was largely successful, Scholz said.

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