David Cameron meets Letta at Downing Street

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italoeuropeo in Downing Street:“Europe without Britain would be less free and innovative” These are the words of the Italian’s Prime Minister Enrico Letta today’s meeting in Downing Street with Prime Minister David Cameron .
A political meeting, friendly and broad understandings. “I am here to say that there is an Italian interest and a European interest that the UK stays on board the European process,” said Mr Letta. Both leaders have joined together to create jobs and establish a more stable Europe.

 

Asked whether he believed an all-encompassing reform of the whole EU, Mr Letta said: “My answer is very clear. Of course we need reform, and we need reform of all the EU for the countries. “
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David Cameron meets Letta at Downing Street
“Europe without Britain would be less free and innovative” These are the words of the Italian’s Prime Minister Enrico Letta today’s meeting in Downing Street with Prime Minister David Cameron .
A political meeting, friendly and broad understandings. “I am here to say that there is an Italian interest and a European interest that the UK stays on board the European process,” said Mr Letta. Both leaders have joined together to create jobs and establish a more stable Europe. Asked whether he believed an all-encompassing reform of the whole EU, Mr Letta said: “My answer is very clear. Of course we need reform, and we need reform of all the EU for the countries. “
An important step is reduce the gap between the European’s institutions and citizens – -Letta said that we must think in European terms. Another fundamental step is the single market “without Britain would be a weaker Europe.” Letta Said. Cameron promise to stay in Europe, but only “if it will be open and competitive.” The relations between Great Britain and Italy “are very strong, and we in the EU common objectives always in EU” one of them work. Cameron is appeared to be very satisfied with this bilateral meeting and also Letta there’ seemed happy and optimistic. Now it ‘s time to move out words and start with the action for citizens.

DCEL2An important step  is reduce the gap between the European’s institutions and citizens – -Letta said that we must think in European terms. Another fundamental step is the single market “without Britain would be a weaker Europe.” Letta Said. Cameron promise to stay in Europe, but only “if it will be open and competitive.” The relations between Great Britain and Italy “are very strong, and we in the EU common objectives always in EU” one of them work. Cameron is appeared to be very satisfied with this bilateral meeting and also Letta there’ seemed happy and optimistic. Now it ‘s time to move out words and start with the action for citizens.

more in confernce’s video  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QitKen9n9Mg

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Here the transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered.
The Rt Hon David Cameron MP
Prime Minister David Cameron
Good afternoon everybody. I’m delighted to welcome Enrico on his first official visit to London, but he is course an old friend of this country, and he made a great contribution at the G8 in Northern Ireland last month. Britain’s relationship with Italy is one of the closest that we have. We’re proud to serve alongside Italian forces in Afghanistan, and we’re proud of what we achieved together in Libya.[to continue]

 

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