STRASBOURG — The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, sought on Wednesday to rally support for the EU, saying the bloc battered by the UK Brexit referendum was not about to break up despite its existential crisis.
In setting out the commission’s plans for the first time since the UK voted to exit the EU on June 23, Juncker highlighted the British referendum as a warning that the EU faced a battle for survival against nationalism in Europe.
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