Sunday, February 17, 2013

Trade Agreement between the U.S. and EU is possible in less than two years - Javier Solana

Madrid, 16 Feb (AP) - The former head of European diplomacy Javier Solana said today that it will be possible to reach an agreement to create a transatlantic free trade area in less than two years.
Within a session on integrated Europe in the days of the Spanish socialists, former high representative for foreign policy community deemed the announced free trade area between the United States and the European Union (EU) as "an extraordinary idea".
Responding to questions from netizens, Javier Solana said he hoped that bilateral negotiations are rapid and stressed that the free trade area will be the biggest step ever taken in relations between the U.S. and EU.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Rome in the past controlled vassel states with similar "agreements".