The EU Does Not Threaten National Identities of Member States, Cox Says
Ljubljana, 18 April - The Irish experience confirms that the identity of a small country is not threatened in the European Union, on the contrary, in the context of the contemporary world, a united Europe provides a place where nations can better develop in constructive interdependence, President of the European Parliament Pat Cox said in his address to a debate on the future of Europe at the Ljubljana Faculty of Law on Thursday. Cox thus concluded a two-day visit to Slovenia, during which he met with the country's senior officials and addressed Slovene legislators.
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