at the Nato summit in July, the EU-president of the commission Jean-Claude Juncker participated in the state leaders for dinner in Brussels. Juncker was a lot of trouble to stay upright, but fortunately help was near.
Finnish president Sauli Niinistö and the president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko were forced to carry a 63-year-old Juncker upright. Also the Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte was needed to help the lead to Juncker in place. In the end Juncker wheel was in the conference room in a wheelchair.Jean-Claude Juncker is known to like white wine and gin, but to her it tastes like beer. AOP
in may Last year, Juncker was so drunk UN peace meeting that ran into the furniture. Similarly, in may 2017 Juncker was reported as being ”clearly drunk” at the meeting, which considered the divided Cyprus ' future.
She swayed back and forth and go on to discuss the unsettled issues of the younger assistants with the. We were all pretty uncomfortable, tell one of the meeting places have been a diplomat.British The Spectator magazine the title of the EU-the president of the commission to tell the story ”Jean-Claude drunker”. ”I only speak the obvious with people”
Juncker himself has denied alcohol problems. He told me to falter once due to acute back pain.
– do you Think that I could handle my job, if I would enjoy a cognac at breakfast, said Juncker.
When the EU told italy's populist government to put the budget agreed framework, the deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini decided to strike Juncker nerve.
He should drink two glasses of water before opening his mouth. I only speak clear with people, cut Salvini.
The Spectator magazine reported in the summer that mr juncker's drinking problem is so bad, that in practice the EU-commission to lead his German office of chief Martin Selmayr .
Jean-Claude Juncker has served as president of the European commission from November 2014. Previously, he was prime minister of Luxembourg, in the years 1995-2013.the EU commission president was about to crash upon arrival welcome dinner in the Hofburg palace in Vienna. EPA/AOP