British Prime Minister Liz Truss has decided to participate in the first meeting of the European political group in Prague on October 6, several media reported.
The conservative prime minister wants to participate in the meeting because energy and migration are among his priorities on his agenda and to work with other European leaders, British news agency “PA” reported.
According to Politico’s website, TRACE, with the United Kingdom facing a difficult domestic situation over its tax plan for European leaders, not only wants to attend the meeting on October 6, but also wants to host this new European summit. Group in London.
According to a European official, 44 countries were invited to attend the first meeting of the European political group. European Council President Charles Michel and Czech Prime Minister Petr Viala, who hold the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union, called on the leaders of the Union’s 27 member states, candidate countries and the EU’s neighbours.
Apart from the 27 EU member states, the leaders of the six Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia), the United Kingdom, Norway, Switzerland, Ukraine, Moldova, Iceland, Georgia, Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Liechtenstein was invited to the meeting.
The first meeting, attended by Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula van der Leyen, will take place on October 7 ahead of the 27-nation summit in Prague on October 6.
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