HE King Felipe VI He emphasized the importance of partnershipTo take advantage of “opportunities for advancement” in an effective, supportive and sustainable way. In his speech after presenting the European construction award to the Mayor of Warsaw, Rafal Trzaskowskiin the framework of 38 Cercle d’Economia came togetherThe monarch stressed that despite the uncertainty “Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain… Europe they have large assets and great shared values to capitalize on these opportunities if “well managed”.
At the same time, at a transcendent moment for Europe, different crisisfrom ‘Brexit’ to Covid or the war in Ukraine “caused Strengthening European institutions“And the way we “face” successive challenges at the European level “not only strengthens institutions, but also strengthens”Citizen confidence increased Europeans against them”.
He also took the flag from Cercle that attention should be paid to the long-term in “transition” times. periodic, overlapping or multiple crises“We have to deal with the urgent, but we can’t forget the important, the context,” he said. Different opportunities for advancement are only available through “cooperation”.
In response, he underlined the role of the mayor of Warsaw for his “generosity and leadership” in welcoming refugees from Ukraine, and his “respect for the rule of law, the protection of the rights of minorities and his energetic activities”. Europeanism.
Along the same lines, Cercle president, James Guardiola He recalled that the award given to the mayor of Warsaw is based on his humanitarian work in welcoming refugees from Ukraine and his defense of the rule of law and Europeanism in Poland. Guardiola assured that Trzaskowski represented “young, urban and Europeanist Poland”. The previous two awards were given to Mario Draghi, former head of the European Central Bank (ECB); and Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission.
Previously, former heads of Cercle, Josep Pique, Vicenç Oller and Enric Corominas, died recently. Former chairman of the organization and current chairman of the Economic and Social Council (CES), Anton Costaswas tasked with polishing the trio figure. The king also participated in the tribute.
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