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 Úplné znění 
Tuesday, 13 December 2011 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Conclusions of the European Council meeting (8-9 December 2011) (debate)

  Ivo Belet (PPE), in writing. (NL) I read this morning in the German press that several British towns have terminated their twinning partnerships with their French and German sister communities in recent weeks. This appears to be a direct outgrowth of the eurosceptic attitude of the Cameron government. It shows what the British Government’s current European course is giving rise to. This is absolutely shameful.

We do not expect our British friends to deliberately infect their local governments with a European anti-virus. Exchange between citizens and associations from all corners of Europe is one of the most concrete tools for shaping European citizenship on the ground. We are counting on British local councils to continue to respond loyally and enthusiastically to twinning projects. It is ironic timing that, tomorrow, of all days, the Commission is to propose the new multiannual programme ‘Europe for Citizens’.

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