Last quote by Charles Tannock
Mar 07 2017
Charles Tannock has been quoted 6 times. The two most recent articles where Charles Tannock has been quoted are Armenia set to join Russia-led customs union in blow to EU and MEPs fear Italian vote will lead to paralysis. Most recently, Charles Tannock was quoted as having said, “I understand that the President of Armenia went to Moscow, was summoned by President Putin, and told that if he went ahead with his euro-atlantic aspirations, in terms of getting closer to the EU by having this free trade agreement, that would be the end of Russian security guarantees.”.
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Quotes by Charles Tannock
Sep 04 2013
I understand that the President of Armenia went to Moscow, was summoned by President Putin, and told that if he went ahead with his euro-atlantic aspirations, in terms of getting closer to the EU by having this free trade agreement, that would be the end of Russian security guarantees.feedback
Feb 26 2013
They said they're against the euro, against the bureaucrats, and all that. But at the end of the day they also have to help form a government and you have to run a country.feedback
Feb 03 2011
Baroness Ashton basically speaks for the lowest common denominator. The lowest common denominator is cautious in regime change. Calling for regime change immediately is always a risky issue and also is seen to be interfering in the internal affairs of a country which has been an allied of the West.feedback
Dec 02 2009
I thought she gave a very weak response to my detailed and technical questions about foreign and security policy. And I think the reality is that she just does not know the answers yet. I hope she grows into the job. As I said to my colleague as we were leaving, expectations are so low now for Catherine Ashton – Baroness Ashton as she should be more correctly known as – that she may, hopefully, pleasantly surprise us all.feedback
Feb 14 2007
This whole committee of inquiry has been a waste of British and European tax-payers' money. From the very beginning, it was duplicating the work of the inquiry made in the parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe under Senator Dick Marty, of Switzerland. It's produced nothing new, it's full of accusations, very little in the way of proof. We've interviewed lots of people, travelled all over the world – probably costing the EU taxpayer over a million euros – and no real new evidence has been produced.feedback
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