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“We don’t understand everything about institutions”: in Brussels the European Union is so close and so far

The sun sets fire to the glass facades of the European quarter, sending its rays in all directions. The softness of Brussels is spring-like, without the slightest breath of wind: the numerous flags displayed in front of official buildings fall languidly along the masts. However, it was at home that Bertrand and Annick decided to spend the morning with their 10-year-old granddaughter Maxime.

During a long weekend in the Belgian city, these Parisians decided to devote some of their time to European institutions. Unable to enter the closed building that houses the Commission, they turned to the state-of-the-art interactive exhibition “European Experience” (the tour ends with an animation with a virtual reality headset), which aims to introduce “the main activities of the Commission”. The European Commission and the Values ​​of Europe.”

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Source: Le Parisien

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