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Van Rompuy visits, thanks for reverse gas flow to Ukraine
1 May 2014 Flash News
European Council President Herman Van Rompuy visited Slovakia on April 30 and thanked the country for its securing reverse gas flow to Ukraine.
Another top EU politician to visit Slovakia (and attend the celebration of Slovakia’s entry into the EU 10 years ago) was European Parliament Speaker Martin Schulz. The unnatural division of Europe by the Iron Curtain finally become a thing of the past a decade ago, he said. “Ten years ago, Slovakia along with other nine countries, have finally returned back to the European family,” Schulz said.
“We still need our union, today maybe more than ever,” he claimed, according to TASR, referring to the current situation in Ukraine that he believes demonstrates that peace in Europe is more fragile than previously believed.
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