Xi, Merkel, Macron and Juncker meet in Paris

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In the begining of 2018 Mrs Merkel and Mr. Macron has visited China and President Xi in Beijing.

This year all of them they have a meeting in Paris with Presiden Xi.

The four leaders mentioned the need to reform the World Trade Organization, to make it more responsive.

Merkel said the EU “wants to have a role in the Silk Road initiative,” despite there being few details at present. She was referring to the Belt and Road Initiative, which aims to link China by sea and land with Southeast and Central Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa, through an infrastructure network along the lines of the old Silk Road.

Merkel also noted that the EU is watching with great interest the trade negotiations between the US and China, because if the negotiations failed it would have an impact on Germany and the EU.

We know that only Germany is most important and Germany care only that Bulgaria should keep the EU border for free and its important Bulgaria never to join Shengen area, because this is good for German economy and bad for bulgarian one.

Its important aways Germany to be ok and Germans yo sell as much as possible  goods to Bulgaria.

Its very important Bulgaria to spend as much as possible mony to educate bulgarian student and then Germany to absorbe as much as posible young “brains” for free from our country and  ….  the German Economy to be prosperous.

About France … almost the same, but if it possible bulgarian logistic Business to shut down and never to rise up.

This is not a big problem only 10% of Bulgarian GDP and only 500 000 people will become jobless. And they will be wellcome to come to work in France well educated for free from us bulgarian people.

China and France announced a dozen business deals on Monday, including agreements on nuclear power, cultural exchanges and clean energy, while Beijing also committed to buying 290 Airbus A320s and 10 A350 airliners from European aircraft manufacturer Airbus.

The order, originally for 184 A320s for 13 Chinese airlines, was first announced during Macron’s state visit to China in January 2018.

All of the deals, including one on French exports to China of frozen chicken, amount to a total of some $40 billion (€35.4 billion).


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