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EU lays out plan to revive US ties ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration

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As Joe Biden prepares to take up residence in the White House, the EU is wasting no time in setting out its ambitions for the post-Trump era.

Added on the 01/12/2020 21:29:58 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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