miercuri, 24 august 2016

Armata UE

The creation of a joint EU army is inevitable, Czech Prime Minister Sobotka told a gathering of Czech diplomats in Prague, citing terrorism, the migrant influx, and a “new aggressive Russia” as the main reasons a NATO-like military structure is needed.
The migrant issue is the key reason for introducing an EU army, according to comments PM Bohuslav Sobotka made on Monday during an annual address at Czech Foreign Ministry headquarters.

“In the face of uncontrolled migration, even states in the center of Europe have realized that internal borders must be controlled… aside from better coordinated foreign and security policy, I also believe that in the long term, we will be unable to do without a joint European army,” he said, as cited by Radio Praha.

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