Finland's stance on secondary market operations communicated already at Euro area summit
The EU Heads of State or Government convened in Brussels on 28-29 June. At the Eurogroup Summit, they agreed on short-term measures to alleviate the economic crisis. At the European Council meeting, the EU leaders discussed action to stabilise the EU's economy in the medium and long term.
Prime Minister Katainen in Brussels: Finland against the introduction of eurobonds
On Wednesday 23 May, Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen attended the informal European Council in Brussels. Meeting for the first time after the parliamentary election of Greece and the presidential election of France, the EU Heads of State or Government focused on finding common ways to ensure Europe's economic development and growth.
Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen: Europe needs growthsterity - not eurobonds
The Prime Minister of Finland Mr. Jyrki Katainen encourages European Union not to choose between growth and austerity when it is seeking long term solutions on how to boost European economy but rather to find ways of having both - growth and austerity. Prime Minister Katainen is attending the EU-leaders informal dinner in Brussels today.
Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja and Minister for International Development Heidi Hautala comment the Foreign Affairs Council 14 May 2012
Minister for Foreign Affairs Erkki Tuomioja comments on the Foreign Affairs Council and Minister for International Development Heidi Hautala comments on the importance of the Development Council in Brussels 14 May 2012, instant & unedited.
Net contributors on the EU's multiannual financial framework: towards better and more qualified use of funding
On Tuesday 24 April, seven of the EU's net contributor countries reached agreement on qualitative ways to develop the EU's multiannual financial framework (MFF) in Luxembourg. On the same day, the EU General Affairs Council convened to discuss the proposal for a new MFF, that is the Union budget, for 2014–2020. The negotiations are likely to stretch until the end of the year.
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