Working with the United States where there are common interests and more solid where interests differ – Belgium

(Belga) Belgian Prime Minister Alexandre de Croo will discuss in an informal summit of heads of state and government that Europe can better defend its interests if those interests differ from those of the United States, but at the same time Europe must also get better with the United States United Nations cooperation in areas where there are common interests.

“More than ever, we see that Europe is very reactive because we failed to make our line. We’ve seen that in our relations with the United States and with what happened in Afghanistan,” de Croo said upon his arrival. Slovenia, where EU leaders discuss the EU’s role on the international stage. The Belgian Prime Minister stressed the importance of NATO to improve Europe’s performance, particularly in the field of technology and defence. Regarding the latter, France can count on diplomatic support from the European Union in the dispute over the submarine contract that was canceled after a new security agreement between the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia. According to Prime Minister de Croo, this is primarily a “commercial issue”. If there is a breach of contract, France must be compensated. It seems that “this should not jeopardize our trade relationship with the United States.” “There are many things that Europe and the United States have in common, so we have to work together. But if there are differences, we have to stand firmly on our feet,” de Croo says. (Belgium)

“More than ever, we see that Europe is very reactive because we failed to make our line. We’ve seen that in our relations with the United States and with what happened in Afghanistan,” de Croo said upon his arrival. Slovenia, where EU leaders discuss the EU’s role on the international stage. The Belgian Prime Minister stressed the importance of NATO to improve Europe’s performance, particularly in the field of technology and defence. Regarding the latter, France can count on diplomatic support from the European Union in the dispute over the submarine contract that was canceled after a new security agreement between the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia. According to Prime Minister de Croo, this is primarily a “commercial issue”. If there is a breach of contract, France must be compensated. It seems that “this should not jeopardize our trade relationship with the United States.” “There are many things that Europe and the United States have in common, so we have to work together. But if there are differences, we have to stand firmly on our feet,” de Croo says. (Belgium)

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