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EU must keep its democracy 'safe and secure,' von der Leyen says after announcing re-election bid

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EU must keep its democracy 'safe and secure,' von der Leyen says after announcing re-election bid

EU must keep its democracy 'safe and secure,' von der Leyen says after announcing re-election bid

The European Union must strive to keep its democracy "safe and secure," Ursula von der Leyen told Euronews after announcing her re-election bid.


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