Martin SCHULZ, EP President meets with Andrus ANSIP, Prime Minister of Estonia:
Lieu: Brussels, Belgium - European Parliament
End production: 01/10/2012 First transmission: 01/10/2012
- arrival and round table
- extracts from the press point
Only the original language version is authentic and it prevails in the event of its differing from the translated versions.
||Exterior shot of the European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium (1 shot)
||Exterior, Interior, Martin SCHULZ, EP President meets with Andrus ANSIP, Prime Minister of Estonia, handshake, (1 shot)
||Interior, Martin SCHULZ, EP President meets with Andrus ANSIP, Prime Minister of Estonia, handshake and photo opportunity, ( 3 shots)
||Signature in the honourable guest book, tour de table, (11 shots)
||Press Point: Martin SCHULZ, EP President and Andrus ANSIP, Prime Minister of Estonia, (1 shot)
||SOUNDBITE (English): Martin SCHULZ, EP President: "We discussed especially items about the ongoing negotiations in the frame of the Multiannual financial framework, here we agreed and I support the Estonian government on which is concerning the equal for Estonian farmers with other farmer of the EU. We analysed very precisely and in details how it is possible to increase the support for the farmers in the country to bring them up which is to compare and I find that not exaggerated to the level of Romania."
||SOUNDBITE (English): Martin SCHULZ, EP President: "The amount we are speaking about is not the amount destroying the financial structure of the EU, it is more or less an amount we can in my eyes manage."
||SOUNDBITE (English): Martin SCHULZ, EP President: "An ambitious budget of the EU is an condition to develop such a necessary infrastructure and we agreed that the European Parliament like the Estonian government will refuse the attempts to cut the European connecting facilities."
||SOUNDBITE (English): Andrus ANSIP, Prime Minister of Estonia:
"The Estonian Farmers they would like to see equal treatment on the level of the European Union, when we are talking about Common agriculture policy and direct payments than money is of course important, but even more than money is equal treatments and existing proposal of multiannual financial framework is not giving us the feeling about real equal treatment."
||SOUNDBITE (English): Martin SCHULZ, EP President: "If at the end the agreement reached at the Council is far beyond the figures the European Union needs to fore fill the promises of the Head and States of governments to their own people in the frame of the EU 2020 strategy, if the Council will fail to finance his own promises with the net- appropriated budget, I think the European Parliament is prepared to fight."
||Two shot of the Press point (1 shot)