Thursday, May 1, 2008

Angela Merkel Gets The Charlemagne Prize

Angela Merkel was described by José Manuel Barroso as a “woman of conviction”. EC

Angela Merkel Awarded the Charlemagne Prize


By Mark Latham

01.05.2008 / 18:37 CET

The annual Charlemagne Prize was awarded in Aachen on 30 April to German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her work to unite Europe.

Speaking at the prize ceremony, José Manuel Barroso, the European Commission president, described Merkel as a “woman of conviction” and said that working alongside her during Germany's presidency of the EU in the first half of 2007 had been an experience of “extraordinary intensity”.

SCHMOOZEFEST IN AACHEN

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy were all smiles on Thursday in Aachen.

Sarkozy Gushes Praise for Merkel at Charlemagne Ceremony

When German Chancellor Angela Merkel received the 2008 Charlemagne Prize on Thursday, French President Nicolas Sarkozy was on hand to sing her praises. He said he liked her "a lot more" than people say, and that they make a "harmonious couple."

2 comments:

johnny said...

Achtung kijar!

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You've been reported.

Ciao!

johnny

unionsbuerger said...

ZUR CHAVEZ - MERKEL -AUSEINANDERSETZUNG

Was Chavez sagte ist historisch wahr. Es sind nicht die deutschen Kommunisten und Sozialisten, die zur Macht verhalfen.
Unsere rechte Politischer sollten nicht so grossmaulisch in der Welt plappern. Was die Deutsche Leitkultur der Menschlichkeit antat, ist unvergesslich.

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