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"Madam President, it is evident that far from being the far-sighted reform of the working of the EU that it was intended to be, or a diplomatic victory, the agreement reached at the European Council last weekend on the avoidance of Brexit is rather a deal to satisfy – and, I would add, exaggerate – the concerns of a single Member State. Of course the concessions that proportionately affect the new Member States were worth making, and both the European Union and Britain are better off with the latter in the Union than outside. It is not European nation states by themselves that are able to address the economic, financial and security challenges of the globalised world, but a stronger, more united and more efficient Union. However, we should be extremely cautious that this settlement does not open the back door for special requests from other countries for their short-term or long-term existing or perceived problems."@ro2
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