Germany proposes to create a unified European army
Germany will propose to the EU to continue work on the creation of a unified European army, reports the Financial Times. According to the English language newspaper, the Germans will launch this initiative in July of this year. Germany proposes to create a single European General Staff and the EU Council of Defence Ministers. In addition, EU countries will need to establish mechanisms for co-production and the use of military equipment. Another important issue is EU cooperation in the field of cybersecurity.