Hollande called “quick fixes” for countries threatened by the markets
French President François Hollande, today called “very fast solutions” for countries that are “threatened by the market” despite having made a “considerable effort” of reforms.
“I come very quickly to provide solutions to support countries that have more difficulties in the markets, even if they have made considerable efforts to steer public accounts,” Hollande said in a statement on his arrival in the European Union summit .
Hollande, who did not cite to any particular country, said that action should be undertaken by “solidarity”.
The French president said his other priorities for this summit is growth, but with “a covenant with figures” to commit 1% of EU GDP, about 130,000 million euros to be invested “quickly” to create jobs.
Hollande said that the summit will discuss closer economic integration and greater solidarity between EU partners, the report of the European Council President, Herman Van Rompuy.
But he insisted: “We need immediate action to countries that have made efforts but can not stand the pressure of the markets.”
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