Austria denounces EU army, pulls support
Austria will not participate in the creation of an EU army, according to Defense Minister Mario Kunasek.
If the EU decides to raise a traditional army - what Kunasek refers to as "common" army - Austria will not “play” along, he told local media Wednesday. “[Europe needs a] security and defense policy worthy of the name, but that is not comparable to an EU army,” said Kunasek. “A common army means ‘a command, a uniform, a leadership… It will not play, Austria will not be there.”
Europe’s leaders should instead increase cooperation and honor policies already in place, adds Kunasek.
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