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"I should like to thank the President-in-Office for her willingness to go over time and take extra questions. I wish her well during the presidency and hope that her relationship with the Members will be as open and blunt as it has been this afternoon. Specifically on my supplementary, there is a major concern about the medical councils in the Member States and, in particular, for my own country, Ireland, with regard to ensuring minimum standards of training and qualification for doctors and other people in the medical profession. As we move towards enlargement of the European Union, with the accession of new Member States, and extend freedom of movement opportunities to countries outside of the accession countries to deal with shortfalls of medical personnel across the European Union, we consider that experts in the field from the existing Member States must be included in any such consultation process."@en1
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