European Union Leaders Attend Summit in Portugal in Person for First Time in 2021
Large gatherings is on the list of things not to do during the coronavirus pandemic. But the European Union leaders and others affliliated with the organization will be meeting in Portugal for two days of talk. This sends a message that the coronavirus surge is decreasing in that part of the world.
Tentative topics for discussion include damage the pandemic has caused in welfare, employment; development of COVID-19 vaccines among other things.
A special meeting via video-conference with India’s prime minister Narendra Modi is planned.
Leaders appear keen to “try and convey a sense of normalcy, of slowly returning to normal,” says Antonio Barroso, a political analyst at Teneo, a global advisory firm.6 m stories
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