That’s not a country anymore…

October 31, 2011

UK’s Cameron rallies EU countries outside euro zone

At Wednesday’s summit, European leaders agreed a plan to provide debt relief for Greece, recapitalize European banks and boost the bloc’s rescue fund, though details have yet to be hammered out. Following a meeting of all EU members, Cameron held separate talks with some of the leaders of the 10 countries not in the euro zone; Sweden, Poland, Denmark and Czechoslovakia. ”

Your article mentions the country Czechoslovakia, which hasn’t existed for almost 20 years. I suppose the author meant Czech Republic.


Indeed. We corrected that: GBU Editor

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (R) and British Prime Minister David Cameron leave a news conference at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Perth, October 29, 2011. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz

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