Last quote by Werner Hoyer
We, Europeans, must lead the free world against climate skeptics. We aim to provide $100 billion for climate action over the next five years, the largest contribution of any single multilateral institution. We will be missed in the UK if we had to reduce our business there or disappear completely.
Jan 24 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Werner Hoyer is associated, including Europeans and European Union. Most recently, Werner Hoyer has been quoted saying: “The four loan agreements signed today with the four systemic banks in Greece bear particular significance as they contribute, and with a sizable amount, towards one of EIB's top priorities, namely the improvement of access to finance for SMEs, which are the backbone of the country's economy.” in the article European Investment Bank launches 1bln euro investment fund in Greece. An other article where Werner Hoyer has been quoted is Brexit risks credibility, firepower and relevance of the European Investment Bank: Analyst.
Quotes by Werner Hoyer
Dec 22 2016
The four loan agreements signed today with the four systemic banks in Greece bear particular significance as they contribute, and with a sizable amount, towards one of EIB's top priorities, namely the improvement of access to finance for SMEs, which are the backbone of the country's economy.
Nov 25 2016
We will have a few years of uncertainty ahead of us during which it won't be clear what will happen to Great Britain and its relation with the European Union. And depending on this is of course the question of what the relation between Britain and the European Investment Bank will be.
May 20 2016
We have to ensure continuity and equally strengthen basic services and social infrastructure in countries of origin, transit and host countries.
May 20 2016
Short-term humanitarian interventions are urgent but they do not address the causes of forced displacement and the need to build economic resilience in these countries.
May 20 2016
It is clear that more medium and long term measures are needed to strengthen the international community's response to the current crisis of forced displacement, as well as the wider global challenge of migration.