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I-064894
Ref: I-064894
Date: 20/01/2010

I-053644
Ref: I-053644
Date: 09/03/2007
Brussels European Council: press conference by José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Spanish Prime Minister
Le Conseil européen de Bruxelles des 8 et 9 mars 2007 était consacré notamment à la Stratégie de Lisbonne pour la croissance et l'emploi. Les réformes commencent à donner des résultats concrets en termes de croissance et d'emploi et qu'il convient de tirer parti de cette évolution positive pour accélérer le rythme de la modernisation de l'Europe et de son économie et, ce faisant, permettre à l'UE de parvenir à un niveau de prospérité plus élevé, de créer davantage d'emplois et de renforcer la cohésion sociale. S'appuyant sur les progrès significatifs qui ont été accomplis à ce jour dans la réalisation des objectifs de la stratégie de Lisbonne renouvelée pour la croissance et l'emploi et afin de faire face aux problèmes les plus pressants, le Conseil européen a invité les États membres et les institutions de l'UE à agir en vue de renforcer le marché intérieur et la compétitivité, de mettre en place des conditions plus propices à l'innovation et à l'accroissement des investissements dans la recherche et le développement, de promouvoir un emploi de qualité et d'améliorer la cohésion sociale; de développer le programme d'amélioration de la réglementation pour créer un environnement plus dynamique pour les entreprises; d'élaborer une politique européenne intégrée en matière de climat et d'énergie qui soit viable à long terme.Les chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement se sont également penchés sur l'amélioration de la réglementation au sein de l'UE, la politique intégrée en matière de climat et d'énergie ainsi que les relations internationales.

I-048533
Ref: I-048533
Date: 17/06/2005

I-071854
Ref: I-071854
Date: 09/12/2011

I-068925
Ref: I-068925
Date: 10/02/2011

I-068842
Ref: I-068842
Date: 10/02/2011

I-066661
Ref: I-066661
Date: 06/07/2010

I-064726
Ref: I-064726
Date: 06/03/2010

I-064509
Ref: I-064509
Date: 23/02/2010
Spanish EU Presidency/EC College meeting: extracts from the joint press conference by José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Spanish Prime Minister, and José Manuel Barroso
The Spanish Government, currently holding the EU Presidency, was meeting on 23/02/2010, the new European Commission in Madrid, in order to study the priorities for the Spanish term, and to prepare for the March Council meeting, which will work on designing the basic structure for a new EU model of economic policy.The EC always meets with the Government of the Member State that holds the presidency, at the start of its six-month presidency, but in this case the meeting, which should have been held on 8 January 2010, has not been called until now, due to the delay in appointing the Commission.The priorities presented to the Commission included the issue of climate change and the need to develop a position in relation to the upcoming United Nations Conference in Mexico, “to avoid a repeat performance of the previous (conference) in Copenhagen”.The Presidency also focused on the importance of making progress on creating the European External Action Service, because without it, the new external policy that came into existence with the Treaty of Lisbon “is just a worthless piece of paper”.Summit meetings with other countries and regions were also discussed; the Presidency would like, in particular, to improve the relationship with Central America and Mercosur.Finally, the Spanish Presidency requested the “Commission's support” in making its citizenry-related proposals a reality, in particular those around gender equality issues and combating gender violence.José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Spanish Prime Minister, and José Manuel Barroso, President of the EC, gave a joint press conference in Madrid, after the meeting.

I-064508
Ref: I-064508
Date: 23/02/2010
Spanish EU Presidency/EC College meeting: joint press conference by José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Spanish Prime Minister, and José Manuel Barroso
The Spanish Government, currently holding the EU Presidency, was meeting on 23/02/2010, the new European Commission in Madrid, in order to study the priorities for the Spanish term, and to prepare for the March Council meeting, which will work on designing the basic structure for a new EU model of economic policy.The EC always meets with the Government of the Member State that holds the presidency, at the start of its six-month presidency, but in this case the meeting, which should have been held on 8 January 2010, has not been called until now, due to the delay in appointing the Commission.The priorities presented to the Commission included the issue of climate change and the need to develop a position in relation to the upcoming United Nations Conference in Mexico, “to avoid a repeat performance of the previous (conference) in Copenhagen”.The Presidency also focused on the importance of making progress on creating the European External Action Service, because without it, the new external policy that came into existence with the Treaty of Lisbon “is just a worthless piece of paper”.Summit meetings with other countries and regions were also discussed; the Presidency would like, in particular, to improve the relationship with Central America and Mercosur.Finally, the Spanish Presidency requested the “Commission's support” in making its citizenry-related proposals a reality, in particular those around gender equality issues and combating gender violence.José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Spanish Prime Minister, and José Manuel Barroso, President of the EC, gave a joint press conference in Madrid, after the meeting.

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