BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union is not under pressure to make quick changes to the way the euro zone works because the economy is doing well, Lithuanian president Dalia Grybauskaite said on Friday.
Entering a summit of EU leaders, that is to set the direction for talks on deeper euro zone integration over the next six months, Grybauskaite said:
“Negotiations will go ahead especially if the circumstances of our economic development will be different. Today is quite a peaceful time so I think we will not be under pressure to be very, very fast.”
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