10. 10. 2018 15:24
Slovak President Andrej Kiska, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen met at the University of Economics in Vienna (WU) on Wednesday to discuss next year's European Parliamentary elections. The presidents discussed the rise of populist and Eurosceptic movements, according to DPA. "Many talk about Europe at length when things don't work out and agreements collapse, but not enough talk about a common Europe that works much better than most are willing to admit," said Steinmeier. President Kiska, at the University, gave a speech on the future of the EU, calling on Member States to work together to solve its problems. "No country can solve the problems alone, but together we can," said the Slovak President.