Post-Brexit, EU's military powers argue for common defences

Post-Brexit, EU's military powers argue for common defences
 

France, Germany, Italy and Spain have joined forces to plead for a common European defence policy, seeking to keep up momentum on a project Paris and Berlin hope can forge unity following Britain's vote to quit the bloc.
In a joint letter seen by Reuters on Wednesday, the defence ministers of the four countries wrote to their counterparts, including Britain, to set out how the 27 remaining governments would share assets and deepen cooperation in EU missions.
"To be clear: an 'EU army' is not our objective," said the letter, which has been sent to European capitals this week,... read more

 
12 October 2016 in World News, Views: 37
Source: Reuters
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