ETS trilogue makes minimal progress

Only minimal progress could be made at the second ETS trilogue, according to parliamentary rapporteurs Michael Bloss (Greens/EFA) and Peter Liese (EPP). After four hours of negotiations on Monday morning, they had not been able to “agree on anything,” said Bloss, criticizing, in particular, the Czech Council Presidency.

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