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Spain, "El Pais": Sanchez in Rome on April 5 to meet Meloni

The Spanish newspaper points out that this is undoubtedly the "most politically sensitive" trip among those that the socialist leader is holding in various European capitals to prepare for the rotating presidency of the EU Council

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The president of the Spanish government, Pedro Sanchez, will be in Rome on 5 April to meet the Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni. This was reported by the newspaper "El Pais", underlining that it is undoubtedly the "most politically delicate" trip among those that the socialist leader is holding in various European capitals to prepare for the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU. The Spanish daily highlights that if Sanchez and Meloni disagree on immigration, they agree on some other sensitive issues. For example, on the reform of the European energy market and the reform of the Stability Pact.

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