The heads of government of the European Union, which is represented in the European Council, to come in mid-July, and again gathered together in order to discuss the Eu long-term budget, and the herstelfonds. The 27 heads of government met Friday to work together in a video conference to exchange views and to listen to each other.
now, The European leaders were on Friday still on the bone, are divided over issues such as the size of the herstelfonds, and the relationship between grants and loans. There was also discussion about the discounts that some of the northern states of the Netherlands on the Eu multi-annual budget.
"It is obvious that we have today is not a result were able to achieve," said the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, after the end of the videotop. "The bridges we are building are very high," said the chancellor.
angela Merkel, adding that as soon as possible, and a deal had to be made so that the money from the herstelfonds quickly spread amongst the countries that need it. Prime minister Mark Rutte in the netherlands to share that fact, and stressed that "in no rush" to have it. "Content is key", is linked to Political and New.
The European Council will be mid-July, and again come together in order to bring them closer to an agreement. In the meantime, the Belgian Council president, Charles Michel, with multiple proposals in each other, and to the government in return for the hope of the parties, on the physical summit, in Brussels, to reach an agreement. The date on which that meeting is not yet known.