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EU keeps defence fund alive with 8 billion euro proposal

Reuters Wednesday, 27 May 2020
The European Commission proposed on Wednesday spending 8 billion euros ($8.81 billion) of its next budget on a new European Union defence fund, keeping alive a Franco-German plan to deepen military cooperation despite the economic impact of COVID-19.
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