European Union summit continues its business in Brussels


The work of the second and final day of the summit of European Union leaders began Friday in the Belgian capital, Brussels, to discuss the economic consequences of the Coronavirus.

It is expected that European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde and Eurogroup President Pascal Donohue will participate in the work of the second day of the summit.


The leaders are scheduled to discuss business in the areas of economic and monetary union, as well as study the steps to be taken regarding the union of banks and capital markets.

The leaders also address the implementation of the rescue program in order to combat the economic consequences of the epidemic on the European Union.

On Thursday, European Union leaders discussed in the first day’s work, the fight against the Corona epidemic, migration, relations with Turkey and Russia, and internal issues.