French President Emmanuel Macron said the European Union leaders agreed during a Summit dinner they should move forward reforms of the EU27 faster.
Macron used the dinner in Tallinn to project a vision more dynamic, and deeper EU integration which he laid out in a speech in Sorbonne University, Paris. Macron said to reporters Tallinn the meeting had been “fruitful”.
“Last night’s discussions showed there’s a common realization of a need for a leap forward in Europe,” Macron ensured.
“Today we’re all convinced Europe must move ahead faster and stronger, for more sovereignty, more unity and more democracy.”