European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker speaks during a press conference after a meeting with France's Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve (Unseen) at the European Commission in Brussels on February 6, 2017. (AFP / EMMANUEL DUNAND)
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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker hailed Emmanuel Macron's major speech on EU reform Tuesday as "very European" and thanked the French head of state for his support for the EU's efforts in Brussels.However, Juncker has warned against Macron's suggestion that euro zone states create their own separate institutions.Juncker says that may renew divisions between the richer west and poorer east of the continent and wants countries like Poland to be encouraged to join the euro zone and for a euro zone budget to managed by existing institutions of the whole EU.
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