After the "mini-summit" of top leaders of Germany, France and Italy took place, Michal Vít spoke for Czech TV (ČT24) about the future form of European integration.
The deck of an aircraft carrier, anchored near Italian island called Ventotene, saw a meeting of the leaders of three biggest economics and founding countries of the EU: chancellor Merkel, president Hollande and prime minister Renzi. This "mini-summit" was meant to serve as a warmup for Bratislava EU summit of only 27 member states (afters British decision to leave the EU) that will take place on September 16th.
Michal Vít spoke about the future form of European integration without the Great Britain, current issues of EU member states' cooperation, setting of frameworks for such cooperation and their consequences for common European project's credibility among the citizens and smaller member states.
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