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Queen Elizabeth II: a priority there is a cooperation with Europe

the Main priorities of Great Britain there is a cooperation with Europe and an active role at the international institutes. It was declared on Tuesday by the queen of Great Britain Elizabeth the Second, making throne speech at opening of new session of the British parliament.

" the United Kingdom will take up presidency in the European Union in July, and my government will work over construction of even more prospering and safe Europe " - the queen has assured.

As she said, the parliament should pass the law on acceptance on a national referendum of the Constitution of EU and signing of the contract on joining to the European Union of Bulgaria and Romania.

" My government will use presidency in " to G8 " 4 progress fastening in struggle against poverty in Africa and climate change " - Elizabeth has added. " My government will work over strengthening of adherence to continuation of effective WRK of the NATO and will continue to bring the contribution to activity of the modern and representative United Nations " - has noted the head of the British state.

As she said, in LDN expect positive results of the summit of the United Nations and a ministerial MTG of the WTO in Hong Kong in December of this year.

Among the international centres of intensity in which settlement Great Britain intends to participate actively, the queen named Iraq, Afghanistan, the Near East and Sudan.

" My government will continue WRK on prevention of terrorism and distribution of the nuclear, chemical and biological weapon, and also on struggle against contraband of drugs and the international criminality " - Elizabeth the Second has underlined.

" If LDN is chosen by a venue of Olympic Games of 2012, ASAP parliament the legislation which will provide necessary possibilities 4 carrying out of Games and satisfaction of requirements of the International Olympic Committee " should be accepted; - the queen has especially specified.

It 2 has presented to members of the House of Commons and Chamber of lords the schedule of the foreign visits and the state visits of heads of the foreign states to the United Kingdom.