Minutes after Bulgaria's rotating chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers with the Council of Europe had come to an end, CoE Secretary General Thorbj?rn Jagland spoke to Novinite about the priorities touched during the committee's sessions, key issues Bulgaria is facing, and problems in other countries.
Mr Jagland, who served as Prime Minister of Norway between October 1996 and October 1997, is now two years into its second term at CoE, an office he has assumed since 2009.
During the Committee of Ministers' sessions between December and May, media freedom, children's rights, strengthening the rule of law, and the situation in Ukraine were among the highlighted issues....
If the newly born European empire had to justify its place under the sun it had to do many things differently... but it did not..for example!!! it had not to support the destabilization of the Middle East that was don by the Saudis using the Pentagon as their private army.... it had to be firm against Turkey and to take control of its own borders....and not to assist in the destabilization of Ukraine.... and how many empires existed that did not have an Army???? and etch.. that is why now everyone hopes for the election of Trump.. which may be false hope but nevertheless..
When EU releases the visa control on Turkey the Turks will intensify the repressions against the Curds and attempt to send them to EU.. and it will be ethnic cleansing with the help pf the liberal EU administration ...and at the expense of EU.. Why not??? if EU accepted millions of Arabs why not millions of Curds?? Just sound Turkish logic.
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