Tusk reflects upon EU challenges ahead of Tallinn Summit
“On 29 June 2016, a few days after the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom, we decided to begin a reflection on the future of a European Union of 27 Member States”, – says the President Donald Tusk to EU leaders ahead of their informal dinner in Tallinn in a letter, published on the Council site.
“The first meeting devoted to this, in September 2016, resulted in the Bratislava roadmap. We agreed to focus our attention on the issues of most immediate concern to our citizens: migration, security as well as economic and social matters. We further developed this agenda in Malta and in Brussels this year, leading to the Rome declaration, which outlined a more comprehensive vision for the years to come.”