luxembourg - Belgium hopes the trade agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA) to be able to sign this week. That said Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders Tuesday in Luxembourg prior to consultation of European trade ministers.
Wallonia is no support for the so-called CETA treaty, where five years of negotiations. Reynders is in permanent contact with the Walloon Prime Minister Paul Magnette and try him for the EU summit at the end to persuade this week to support the treaty. A declaration annexed to the treaty areas where unrest is over should clarify, is exacerbated possible. 'We will see. ''
' We are not there yet, but we will get there. We are working day and night, '' said EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmström (Trade). She fears that other countries cast doubt on the reliability of Europe if no signature is.