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EU leaders’ summit to be held virtually amid spike in COVID-19 cases


A European Union summit due to take place on March 25-26 in Brussels will now be held virtually due a spike in COVID-19 cases across Europe, an EU spokesperson said on Sunday.

“EUCO President has decided to a videoconference for the March EUCO following the surge of COVID-19 cases in member states,” Barend Leyts, the spokesperson of EU Council President, Charles Michel wrote in a Twitter post on Sunday morning. 

He added that in the meantime, Michel will continue consultations with the EU2…

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