- "European leaders bow Friday in Bratislava on the future of the EU without the UK. Restore the battered confidence of the citizen in the European cooperation is high on the agenda."
"Diplomats expect the appropriate show of unanimity, but no grand vistas after a day of consultations within the castle, which towers above the Slovak capital. The leaders take themselves without blame game together to diagnose problems. Diplomatic consultations has shown very clearly according to sources that views content significantly differ, including on the approach to migration."
"The meeting is primarily intended to get the noses one side. Pleasing (Eastern European) countries wishing to transfer powers from Brussels to the Member States and countries bordering the Mediterranean advocating flexible fiscal rules can be seen as a balancing act.\n \n \n \n \n 1:12\n \n Images fatal brawl Wallen\n \n \n \n 0:35\n \n Karate Kick bashed man against wall\n \n \n \n 0:49\n \n PowNed reporter pelted"
"EU Minister Donald Tusk, who chairs the meeting, has traveled in recent weeks along the capitals to prepare. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel met with virtually all the participating leaders."
",, Recovering political control over our collective future is the main goal, '' said Tusk. is of paramount importance that never occur again uncontrolled migration last year for the Polish former prime minister. As a concrete measure he wants Member States to rapidly 200 border guards and 50 vehicles sent to the Bulgarian-Turkish border."
"The other main challenges for Tusk, terrorism and the fear of globalization. To take the wind out of the sails of the populists, the answers may be less politically correct, he says. Otherwise, the British decision would have to leave the EU can get in his sometimes imitation.\n \n \n advertisement"
"The idea is that the \"Bratislava process\" next March culminated in a European jubilee meeting in Rome in a broadly supported vision on the EU. Most likely follow in early 2017 a special summit of the 27 in the Maltese capital Valetta."
"The leaders, including Prime Minister Mark Rutte, on Friday between some room for lunch on a luxury ship on the Danube and museum visit."