How Many Divisions of Europe, Commissioner Barnier Wonders for Delo
Ljubljana, 12 April - The war in Iraq and the relationship with the U.S. have divided Europe, which poses the question whether a EU enlarged to 25 of 30 members is capable of staying politically unified, European Commissioner for Regional Policy Michel Barnier writes in the Op-Ed of Saturday's Delo. Yet it is wrong to make a political and economic distinction between current EU members and countries that will enter the Union on 1 May 2004, he noted, adding that the political division of Europe does not run along the line of what was once the Iron Curtain.
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