Il Consiglio federale adotta il rapporto sullo stato delle relazioni tra la Svizzera e l’Unione europea
09.06.2023 Comunicato stampa
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L’Accordo istituzionale tra la Svizzera e l’UE non sarà concluso
Nella sua seduta del 26 maggio il Consiglio federale ha sottoposto i risultati dei negoziati sull’Accordo istituzionale a una valutazione globale e ha constatato che sussistono ancora divergenze sostanziali tra la Svizzera e l’UE in alcuni settori chiave.