Association Agreement

Many politicians don’t conceal the relations with Russia and active take part in the inter partes measures, keep the friendship with the Russian Government members and parliamentarians. Some have their own business in Russia, particularly in the construction sector, others actively attract Russian companies to the investment projects in the field of ship construction. So they have a personal including material incentive to political cooperation with Moscow and can exert on the opinion of the French establishment by the development of relations between the EU and the Ukraine in particular by the Association Agreement a negative influence. After the Socialists to power in France, the situation has changed little. Affection with Kremlin also brought the party administration and President F.

hollande. France, the pro-Russian party members View who do not reject the expensive gifts, guests can relax in the Elitebade, use the financial support of Gazprom and other wealthy industrial societies. As a result, subjecting them to the Ukrainian efforts to the fulfilment of the obligation before the EU hard criticism and call for the cancellation of the signing of the Association Agreement on the Vilnius Summit. In July of this year, the fact-finding mission of the foreign Commission of the National Assembly is Russia against France’s so-called French and European policy”created. Their abandoned it is to study the current state of French-Russian relations and to provide a recommendation on the policy correct of country on Russia the foreign Commission of the National Assembly. But, because some mission members are pro-Russian, a main accent work created for almost two months on the adjacent issues, such as the relations between Poland and Russia, the Ukraine and Russia, the development of customs and Eurasian Union. The mission members are already joined to carry the informal meetings with the ambassadors of Poland and the Ukraine in France. The conversation had with our Ambassador, Mr.

CDU City Association Neckarsulm

Candidates for the local elections of 2014 confirmed 31 voting members have crowded on Friday, the 17th January 2014 in the Kolping House in Neckarsulm, to nominate the candidates and candidates for the municipal elections on May 25, 2014. At the nomination meeting, was the Chairman of the CDU-city Association Jurgen Kuhner, an overview of planned campaign activities, and explained the “together” position of the list. “As CDU it was very important to put together a broad-based team, which consists not only of sympathetic and competent personal opportunities, but also represents an excellent mix of experienced Councillors and-ratinnen as well as candidates for the first time citizens with fresh ideas. This reflects our strong list now, where the former municipal councillor and the new candidates and candidate deliberately in the Exchange are on the list. With this list we present us the voters and voters optimistic and be their Promote approval.” In the aftermath, Herbert Emerich was an insight into the work of the group as the CDU faction’s Municipal Council.

“Neckarsulm is modern, dynamic, liveable, just our home. We want to maintain successful and the future with the necessary participation of citizens and a prudent investment and spending a large focus on children, youth, seniors and integration, as well as a unique diversity in society and cultural life – for a residential and business location with optimal transport infrastructure. For this, the team of CDU Neckarsulm is women and men from all parts of the city, from many professional or volunteer activities and areas, from different age groups. We compete, even after 2014 by far the strongest group in the Neckarsulm Municipal Council to become.” The candidates and candidates of the CDU for the core city: Ihle (Municipal Council) 5th Kevin Pukat of 6 Christian Saup 7 place candidate/candidate 1 Herbert Emerich (Municipal Council) 2 Antonio Talluto of 3. Sven Forschner 4 Wolfgang Eberhard Jacobs (Municipal Council) 8 Anke Karch 9 Thomas Rieck 10 Bernhard Holzapfel (Municipal Council) 11 Nneka Chukwu Brecht of 12 Christoph Ehrenfried 13 Joachim Beil (Municipal Council) 14 Peter Donant of 15 Beate Lehleiter 16 Jurgen Kuhner (Municipal Council) 17 Theresia Berthold 18 Ralf guard 19 Ina Maria Berthold (Councillor) 20 Dr. Ruth Hilbig 21 Hans war (Municipal Council) the candidates and candidates of the CDU for the hamlet of Oberheim ice 1 Werner Weybrecht (Municipal Council) 2 Stephan Sahi 3. Dr. Herbert Neuwirth (Municipal Council) 4 Christian Fischer the candidates and candidates the CDU for the hamlet of Dahenfeld: 1 Bernhard ZAFRA (Town Council) 2.

Greek Governments

Germany and France are jointly responsible for the plight of Greece Greece’s problems are always dramatic. Like rarities in some professions, such as train drivers, wages are referenced, but one of the main causes of the Greek crisis is addressed mostly: high defense spending while most EU countries one to one and a half percent of GDP for defense spending, the previous Greek Governments issued over 4% of Greek GDP on armaments. Only Germany has since 1998 sold weapons worth 45 billion euros to Greece. The entire Greece aid amounted to EUR 110 billion. On these figures, you can see the contribution of the arms on the current problems of Greece. Certainly the arms is not the only cause of the Greek crisis, but an essential. Hence, the arms exporters, Germany and France responsibility for the situation of Greece. Certainly, politicians will point out, that Arms exports to NATO countries are not subject to approval.

But if you wanted, you could define long the Aegean Sea as a flashpoint, in which all arms exports are subject to approval. Greece is needed as NATO member any armor, which puts it in the position, E.g. in a crisis to defeat Turkey. If a NATO member is attacked by a non-NATO member, momentous occurs. That must also apply if a NATO member should be attacked by a NATO member. The present Greek Government seems also to be clear, that the arms can be replaced by diplomacy and agreements with mutual benefit to relieve stresses. What should we conclude the past from the mistakes? It would make sense to put all arms contracts to the test and reverse at least the still unfulfilled. Each billion in savings will help Greece and the Greek Government in the survival – and indirectly contributes to the success of the EURO. Hans-Peter Oswald