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Junck•er

(ˈyʊŋ kər)
n.
Jean-Claude, born 1954, premier of Luxembourg since 1995.
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THE UK will come to regret its decision to leave the European Union, Jean-Claude Juncker has suggested.
Today, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will be on a working visit to Bulgaria.
45 - Bilateral meeting of the BiH Presidency members with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and the EU delegation
As a result, and on the proposal of President Jean-Claude Juncker, the College has decided to appoint Martin Selmayr, the current Head of Cabinet of the President, as the new Secretary-General of the Commission.
Donald Tusk, President of the EU Council and Jean-Claude Juncker yesterday called for a U-turn.
Le president de la Republique, Beji Caied Essebsi, s'est entretenu aujourd'hui dans sa residence a Abidjan avec le president de la commission europeenne, Jean-Claude Juncker, en marge de sa participation au 5e sommet Afrique-Europe.
TAP Correspondent Houda Hammami) -- President BAaAaAeA@ji Caied Essebsi m Wednesday in his residence in Abidjan with President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, on the sidelines of his participation in the 5th Africa-Europe Summit.
6 (ANI):Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the President of the European Council, Donald Franciszek Tusk, and the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, in New Delhi on Friday.
BRUSSELS, Sept 25 (KUNA) -- European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker wrote to German Chancellor Angela Merkel Monday morning and congratulated her "warmly on her historic victory in the German elections for the fourth time in a row," his spokesman Margaritis Schinas told a press conference.
The UN spokesman in Cyprus hit back at claims in the British tabloid, The Sun on Friday that President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker was drunk at Geneva's international conference on Cyprus.
Davidson said: "I did slightly laugh because it must be an election campaign in Britain because all other times the idea that journalists in the UK would take tales that Jean-Claude Juncker tells after a good dinner as an honest narrator I think is unusual.
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