"For years and years there has not been any progress on defence, there has been one today," he said.German chancellor Angela Merkel echoed his views, noting that the proposal will make it possible for participating EU states to carry out missions throughout the world.Nonetheless, statutes conflicting with the Supreme Court’s requirements remain on the books in some states.For example, the law in Michigan permits a postviability abortion only if the woman’s life is endangered and laws in several other states ban abortion at a specific point in gestation.We are mainly funded by advertising and subscription revenues.
Macron noted both France and Germany are set "to go even further" than what had been agreed among all 28 EU states.
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Speaking to reporters at his first EU summit, French president Emmanuel Macron described the latest move as "historic".
She noted better cooperation would instead prevent duplication and inefficiencies among EU states on things like tank design and save billions a year as result.
"We could save with good cooperation €100 billion more or less per year," she told EUobserver.