By Kelly Sloan on May 3, 2016
“German security policy has relevance — also far beyond our country. Germany is willing to join early, decisively and substantially as a driving force in international debates … to take responsibility and assume leadership,” as reported by Financial Times.Officials had planned to keep it under wraps until after June 23 – the day of the Brexit vote in Britain.
Branded merchandise is seen in the office of pro-Brexit group pressure group “Leave.eu” in London, Britain February 12, 2016.
“Rather a European army would bring an intensive cooperation in the development and the purchase of military equipment and bring substantial savings,” he said.
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