On November 10, at a business conference in Berlin, the head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker called on the newly elected President of the United States to express his exact position on a number of issues.
Thus, Juncker recalled the derogatory campaign rhetoric by the Republican candidate with regard to NATO and global trade of Europe and the United States.
"We would like to know how things will proceed with global trade policy. We would like to know what intentions he has regarding the (NATO) alliance. This must be cleared up in the next few months," the head of the European Commission said.
He also noted that trade relations between the US and Europe should not change in the next two years, regardless of the choice of the Americans, otherwise it will lead to serious consequences for both sides.
It was reported earlier that German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged the European community to meet and discuss the next steps in the framework of cooperation between Europe and the United States under President Trump. This meeting is scheduled for November 13 and will be held in Brussels.