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Neurologisches Rehabilitationszentrum Leipzig Bennewitz Deutschland. Personalised recommendations. Yes, the future belongs to those who choose to be architects of history. Greece is not only of historic importance to Europe, but it is also important to the future of Europe. I am thinking in particular of its vital role in the stability of the Western Balkans, a region with a turbulent history, which needs firm reassurance about the prospect of EU membership in order to avoid a repetition of the tragedies we witnessed in the s. And I would like once again to pay tribute to the courage and leadership of Prime Ministers Tsipras and Zaev, who have acted in a spirit of openness and compromise in order to break a long-standing deadlock that served the interests of neither country.
I am also thinking of the future of our Economic and Monetary Union and the harsh lessons which, together, we had to learn from the crisis of the last ten years that hit Greece so hard. Although others took a different view, the Commission has always believed that Greece has its rightful place in the euro area. This summer Greece has turned a new page. It has brought the stability programme to a successful close: it has put its public finances in order and even exceeded its budgetary targets.
Unemployment has already fallen sharply, although it remains unacceptably high. The credit for this achievement is shared between the Greeks and their European partners. The solidarity shown by the European partners has been unprecedented — both in terms of financial assistance and in terms of support for reforms. The people of Greece have been strong in assuming their responsibility. Their efforts and sacrifices have laid the basis for this sustainable upturn.
These are solid foundations on which Greece can now build. Yet, there are still economic challenges to overcome. The best investment that Greece can now make is to build confidence in its economy. That requires staying the course of responsible fiscal policies and reforms. This is the way to ensure long-lasting economic growth and a constant improvement of living conditions for the Greek people.
In such a case, I do not exclude the possibility of the Greek economy surprising us on the upside. When I see the courage and determination which the Greek people have already shown, I am confident that they will succeed. And Greece can continue to rely on the solidarity of its European partners. In our Union, responsibility and solidarity go hand in hand.
We proved as much when we drew lessons from the crisis and made our common currency more crisis-resistant. In order to arm ourselves better to face future challenges, we must take the necessary steps to complete our Economic and Monetary Union. We are finally making progress to complete our Banking Union and I trust we can move swiftly towards a real Capital Markets Union. The example of Greece shows that we can overcome problems when we join forces. The euro area has emerged from the crisis united and stronger because we chose common European solutions. As we look to the future of Europe, we must apply this spirit of finding common solutions to common challenges right across the board.
This is what being part of the Union means: working together to address the issues affecting us all. Managing migration is one such common European challenge — it is not the responsibility of only one Member State or another. That is why we stood side-by-side with Greece when it mattered most.
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And we set up a European Border and Coast Guard to make our borders more secure. The decisive action taken by the European Union has worked. But we can and must do more. Together, it is time that Member States agreed on a long-term solution covering all elements of migration, to help us balance solidarity and responsibility. There would be no stronger or more tangible proof to Europeans that the Union will deliver on its promises and stay united on the things that matter the most.
He taught that virtue is the middle between extremes; that understanding and compassion are central to the way a society works; and that we are all, above all else, social beings. In our long and often tragic history, we can see the damage wrought when we lose sight of this humanism. So the lesson for our future is simple. We must never lose sight of what binds us together: the values that we share; the living together in a society that we hold dear; and the compassion and solidarity that we show each other.
That is what our Union is built on, and that is what our future must be built on. Le noto muy cambiado. Hoy, al entrar, le hemos aplaudido todos. Los europeos estuvimos a su lado, estuvimos al lado de los griegos cuando nos necesitaron, estuvimos al lado de los griegos cuando los mercados financieros le cerraron el grifo del dinero a su Gobierno. Y juntos logramos salir adelante. Juntos lo hemos hecho.
Su Gobierno ha sido actor imprescindible y necesario, como lo fue el del presidente Samaras. Los griegos son admirables, y su dolor ha sido admirable. Los ciudadanos griegos votaron por seguir en Europa y en el euro, mientras algunos de sus ministros luchaban contra molinos de viento. Europa no es solo un mercado. Europa son valores y principios, es apego a la democracia, la justicia y el Estado de Derecho.
Afortunadamente, eso es el pasado. Se han dado pasos positivos, pero queda mucho camino por recorrer y algunas dudas por despejar. Entienda que nos preocupe. Y entienda que nos preocupe, porque nosotros, como ya le hemos demostrado, somos su familia. Ahora usted tiene dos opciones: continuar por el camino de las reformas que acaba de emprender o volver al populismo y al radicalismo.
Espero que usted lo recuerde, porque nosotros no nos vamos a olvidar. Prime Minister, you did not mention this today, but you could have mentioned it.enter
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How many children were put into poverty during the last eight years in Greece? How many families lost their homes? Here my dear friends from the PPE will disagree, but it is your austerity that caused this, it is not our austerity and it was the representatives of your family in Athens offering the Greek people to leave the Eurozone with an unforeseeable impact on the Eurozone, with an unforeseeable impact on the Greek nation and all over Europe.
You can be sure we will come back to that. But we know exactly, Prime Minister, and you rightly did this in your great speech, to outline that Europe has to start on new endeavours and that we have to be bold and that we have not only to talk about the past but also about the future and that we have to shape the future, the European future. If you would like to do that, we need a new vision, a new objective, a new dream, a new policy and also our institutions have to be prepared for that. This is the topic of today. But let me also be clear that if we would like to have this new vision in Europe, all revolutions start at home and each and every country has to contribute to this new endeavour.
That also goes for Greece. You found a lot of problems in front of you when you took over in government and we have to be blunt on that. Our societies cannot be misled by greedy elites. Our societies cannot be fooled by those rich people who do not like to pay taxes and our societies cannot be irritated by public administrations working according to nepotistic politics and not according to the rule of law.
Here everybody has to do his and her homework, but especially also Greece.
You know that, Prime Minister, and you have reacted to that domestically. You have reacted to the situation in foreign relations; I can only praise what you did with Prime Minister Zaev. You are solving problems in the Balkans for the future of Europe, for peace in the Balkans.
My Group is going to full—heartedly support you on that because this is a good step forward, a cornerstone for the new Europe. I can only encourage you not to stop domestic reforms but rather to continue with the domestic reforms which are necessary, on the public administration, on the functioning of the rule of law, on striving towards a more fair and equal society. Let me tell you the following: my Group started two years ago to renew our own programme. We decided that we cannot talk anymore about the economy without talking about the environment. We cannot talk anymore about the environment without talking about the social dimension.