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Asked what the view was on how the Foreign Secretary’s statement had been received in Europe, the PMS that that next week there would be a meeting of all 25 EU countries where no doubt everyone would be able to express their view. We should wait for that meeting to see what happened. People made comments all the time, but the important thing was the EU Council next week where all the countries would be attending and able to raise issues in the appropriate manner.

Asked if the Prime Minister had a comment on the decline and prospects of the Euro, the PMS said that the journalist was probably better speaking to the Treasury about economic matters.

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