European Council: all arrivals

Type: News   Reference: 78417   Duration: 00:10:55  Lieu: Brussels, Belgium - Council
End production: 24/06/2011   First transmission: 24/06/2011
EU heads of state and government meet in Brussels on 23-24 June for a European Council devoted to economic matters, migration, the EU's Southern Neighbourhood and Croatia's accession to the EU. During the second day of the summit, they are expected to nominate Mario Draghi as the future President of the European Central Bank. They will also assess implementation of migration policies and will discuss developments in the Southern Mediterranean, focusing on Libya, Syria and the Middle East peace process.

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TIME DESCRIPTION DURATION
00:00:00 Title 00:00:05
00:00:05 Frederik Reinfeldt, Swedish Prime Minister 00:00:35
00:00:40 Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council 00:00:23
00:01:03 Jyrki Katainen, Prime Minister of Finland 00:00:21
00:01:24 Petr Necas, Czech Prime Minister 00:00:20
00:01:44 Catherine Ashton EU High Representative / EC Vice President 00:00:22
00:02:06 Arrival of and SOUNDBITE (German) Angela Merkel, German Federal Chancellor: last night they reached a good agreement for the stability of the euro. We are going to motive Greece and Portugal to respect their programmes. And it is also good that there is an agreement between Greece, the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the troika. Now the Parliament will have to vote to get this aid that will be public and private. We have to give an agreement on a new program for Greece. 00:00:52
00:02:58 Silvio Berlusconi, Italian Prime Minister 00:00:21
00:03:19 Dalia Grybauskaité, Lithuanian President 00:00:15
00:03:34 Andrus Ansip, Estonian Prime Minister 00:00:19
00:03:53 Mark Rutte, Dutch Prime Minister 00:00:10
00:04:03 Werner Faymann, Austrian Federal Chancellor 00:00:15
00:04:18 Donald Tusk, Polish Prime Minister 00:00:17
00:04:35 Lars Loekke Rasmussen, Danish Prime Minister 00:00:12
00:04:47 Enda Kenny, Irish Prime Minister 00:00:18
00:05:05 Boyko Borissov, Bulgarian Prime Minister 00:00:16
00:05:21 Demetris Christofias, President of Cyprus 00:00:23
00:05:44 Iveta Radičová, Slovakian Prime Minister 00:00:12
00:05:56 Jean-Claude Juncker, Prime Minister of Luxembourg 00:00:19
00:06:15 Nicolas Sarkozy, French President 00:00:21
00:06:36 José Manuel Barroso, EC President 00:00:16
00:06:52 Lawrence Gonzi, Maltese Prime Minister 00:00:14
00:07:06 Viktor Orbán, Hungarian Prime Minister 00:00:28
00:07:34 Traian Basescu, Romanian President 00:00:17
00:07:51 Pedro Passo Coelho, Portuguese Prime Minister 00:00:17
00:08:08 George A. Papandreou, Greek Prime Minister 00:00:22
00:08:30 Borut Pahor, Slovenian Prime Minister 00:00:18
00:08:48 Arrival and SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister: Everyone wants to support the Greek government on the steps that they are taking. In the case of Britain I sought assurances that Britain wouldn't be pulled into a Eurozone package for Greece and I've received those assurances. But today is about the future of our economies in Europe, making them more competitive, having more deregulation, getting behind small businesses, encouraging trade. That's the real boost that the European economies need and that's what I will be fighting for today. 00:00:49
00:09:37 Arrival of and SOUNDBITE (French) Yves Leterme, Acting Belgian Prime Minister: what is especially important is the ability to make decisions, three things, first the Greeks must do their duty next week, make decisions, Europe will be releasing the slice of first release 12 billion, and the third element, we want a kind of "'front-load" that is already an effort from the European Union to activate the economy again, to restart the Greek economy, for the Greeks can not repay loans if their economy isn't working again, and there they are entitled to EU funding, which up to now they do not use enough. 00:00:54
00:10:31 José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Spanish Prime Minister 00:00:24
00:10:55 END 00:00:00
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