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pro-European

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) having enthusiasm or admiration for the European Union
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who admires the European Union
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But Heinz-Christian Strache, Freedom's leader, has shrewdly bottled his nationalist poison in a pro-European vessel, pitching himself as an upholder of the union's values -- which he interprets through a lens of religious and ethnic exclusion.
Guy Verhofstadt | NYT Syndicate EMMANUEL Macron won the French presidency last week with 66 percent of the popular vote, a reasonable voter turnout of 74 percent and, most important, a positive pro-European vision.
I'm a pro-European, I defended constantly during this election the European idea and European policies because I believe it's extremely important for French people and for the place of our country in globalisation .
TONY Blair said yesterday he "almost feels motivated" to return to frontline politics to fight Brexit - as he urged voters to back pro-European Union candidates of any party.
I would like to congratulate the centre-right, pro-European presidential candidate, Maia Sandu, for obtaining a remarkable result in these elections.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's ruling Conservative Party held the parliamentary constituency vacated by David Cameron but saw its majority cut significantly as thousands of voters flocked to a pro-European Union opposition party.
She's the champion hurdler of all time" Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg "It tastes like grass" Judge Mary Berry's verdict on a cake submitted in the new series of The Great British Bake Off "I'm a passionate pro-European, and I will fight tooth and nail to keep us in the EU" Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith
The interviewer, who was cross-examining a beleaguered-sounding pro-European, seemed to be using the example of the ice cream to detergents multi-national to bolster the Eurosceptic case.
The protesters led by the pro-Russian Socialist opposition stormed parliament only minutes after Moldovan MPs had approved a new pro-European cabinet led by Pavel Filip, deputy chairperson of the ruling Democratic Party.
President Nicolae Timofti late Monday said he chose businessman Ion Sturza, Moldova's prime minister from 1998 to 1999 during an economic downturn, because of his pro-European outlook.
Was Davutoy-lu's declaration of love for Europe the foreboding of a return to the pro-European and pro-reform policies of the early 2000s?