Atunci când facem declarații anti-europene, să ne amintim cum s-a desfășurat istoria înainte, câte războaie am dus într-un continent întotdeauna divizat de națiuni, religii sau pentru supremație economică și resurse. – Silviu Dehelean
Sixty years ago, recovering from the tragedy of two world wars, we decided to bond together and rebuild our continent from its ashes. We have built a unique Union with common institutions and strong values, a community of peace, freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law, a major economic power with unparalleled levels of social protection and welfare.
Unity is both a necessity and our free choice.
The Rome Declaration – signed today by the Leaders of 27 Member States, the European Council, the European Parliament and the European Commission – is a pledge to make the European Union stronger and more resilient, through even greater unity and solidarity amongst us, and the respect of common rules.
Rome Declaration: http://europa.eu/!YC64jw