France and Germany will unveil their joint vision for reforming the Eurozone by March as stated by German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday the 15th of December in effort to bridge the divisions over the future of the currency.
The President of the EU, Donald Tusk, asked the 27 leaders to speak openly about their opposing visions regarding the single currency’s future at a recent summit.
A high priority for French President Emmanuel Macron and European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker has been making the Eurozone more resilient to economic issues.
Macron strives to see more pan-European policies that would permit financial transfers between countries which Macron believes would better prepare the Eurozone for future issues and crises.
Macron’s objectives are supported by Martin Schulz, the leader of the Social Democrats in Germany (SPD) and also wants more investment in the Eurozone as he has suggested a United States of Europe.