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'We never insulted EC' says Gozi

Bu 'not time for inertia' says undersecretary for EU

'We never insulted EC' says Gozi

Rome, January 15 - Italy has never insulted the European Commission despite EC President Jean-Claude Juncker's assertion that Premier Matteo Renzi has unfairly criticised it, the foreign undersecretary for European affairs, Sandro Gozi, said Friday. Stressing that it was, however, "not the time for putting things off or inertia," Gozi said "we have never insulted the Commission and have never meant to offend anyone". He said that "we are very committed towards change in the EU and we have said and done this since the start of the Renzi government and above all in the duty presidency of the EU".

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