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Donald Tusk have visit to Estonia

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Date: 2017-01-31 18:50:55
Place: Tallinn, Estonia
Duration: 1:51

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“Current challenges to the EU are more dangerous than ever before.” So says European Council President Donald Tusk, who met leaders of the Baltic states on Tuesday, before a summit that he will chair in Malta to prepare the bloc’s future after the Brexit referendum. Tusk had arrived in the Estonian capital as the honorary guest of the Baltic Council of ministers meeting. Tusk identified threats such as China, Russia and radical Islam and highlighted what he called ‘worrying declarations’ by US President Donald Trump’s administration. The Prime ministers of the three Baltic states during a meeting in Tallinn/ On Tuesday inked an agreement outlining the general technical parameters, route and construction schedule of Rail Baltica European-gauge railroad line. 


Donald Tusk

00:40 - 01:51 (En) Let me focus on the external threat which is related to the new geopolitical situation in the world and around Europe. And increasingly let's call it assaultive especially on the seas. Russia's aggressive policy against Ukraine and it's neighbours. Wars, terror and anarchy in the middle east and Africa with radical Islam playing a major role. As well as worrying declarations by the new American administration all make our future highly unpredictable. For the first time in history in an increasingly multipolar world so many are becoming openly antieuropean or eurosceptic at best. Particularly the change in Washington makes the European Union in a difficult situation, with the new administration, seeming to put into question the last 70 years of American foreign policy. 

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