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China should avoid moves seen as ‘trying to split Europe’, former European Commission chief says

WorldNews Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
China should avoid moves seen as ‘trying to split Europe’, former European Commission chief saysChina should avoid diplomatic moves that could be seen as dividing Europe, as it would not be in Beijing’s long-term interest, former European Commission president Romano Prodi says.In a wide-ranging interview this week, Prodi also called on the European Union to build what he described as a “shared decision-making process” with China for projects under the Beijing-led Belt and Road Initiative.Highlighting the need for China to respect Europe’s unity, Prodi singled out another initiative, the … ......
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