Martin SCHULZ meets with Borut PAHOR, President of Slovenia:

Type: News   Reference: 89832   Duration: 00:01:56  Lieu: Brussels, Belgium - European Parliament
End production: 08/01/2013   First transmission: 08/01/2013
- arrival and roundtable - Joint Press Point Background: Today Martin SCHULZ, President of the European Parliament, met with Borut PAHOR, President of Slovenia, to discuss the EU's and also Slovenia's challanges in 2013 to tackle the effects of the financial crisis. Mr PAHOR had been a former Member of the European Parliament, he had been Slovenia's former Prime Minister and took office as Slovenia's President in End of December 2012. Both presidents discussed also the up coming banking supervision, that will help to stabalize the European banking sector.

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00:00:05 Exterior shot of the European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium 00:00:05
00:00:10 Interior, Martin SCHULZ meets with Borut PAHOR, President of Slovenia, handshake and photo opportunity, (1 shot) 00:00:15
00:00:25 Signature of the Guest book, Tour de table of the meeting Martin SCHULZ, EP President, and Borut PAHOR, President of Slovenia, (5 shots) 00:00:38
00:01:03 SOUNDBITE (English): Martin SCHULZ, EP President: "President Pahor welcome to the European Parliament. Thank you very much for your support for our institutions as I can assure that the institution that I have the privilege the European Parliament will support always your country." 00:00:15
00:01:18 SOUNDBITE (English): Borut PAHOR, President of Slovenia: "I informed Mr President about my most important task back home and this is to create an atmosphere of confidence to go on with the necessary reforms and to get out of the crisis that we are facing for years now. My second job is to create a necessary atmosphere for a debate on the future of the European Union." 00:00:38
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