The European Commission angered by suspicions that the cadet was drunk at the NATO summit
Moscow. July 13. INTERFAX.RU — the European Commission made an official explanation about the state of health of the head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, reports “bi-Bi-si”.
The representative of the EC, Margaritis Schinas explained that Juncker suffers from sciatica — severe pain in the lower back that spread to his feet.
“The headlines of some media trying to exploit the health of President Juncker. I think it’s ugly and it’s not fair,” he said in response to a question about the behavior of the head of the EC.
Earlier in mass media there was a video from the NATO summit in Brussels, which shows that the 63-year-old Juncker’s hard for every step and he even has to enlist the help of Prime Ministers of Portugal and the Netherlands, which taking him by the hand. Later he sat in a wheelchair.
Juncker. Presidente commissione europea.
— Bonnie379 (@bonnie379) 12 Jul 2018
“On Wednesday the President happened particularly painful bout of sciatica, accompanied by convulsions,” — said the representative of the European Commission.
Chinasa also asked how could it happen that Juncker mixed the meds with alcohol, to which he replied that it was not.
Mr.Juncker is sometimes unsteady on his feet due to leg problems caused by a serious car accident in 1989. Stop fake news. pic.twitter.com/0dGa7OXliY
— IoannaDementiEU (@IoannaDementi) July 13, 2018
In 2016 Juncker has personally denied the rumors about the problems with alcohol in an interview with the French Liberation, suggesting that these hearings are dismissed by his opponents.
Drunk on the democratic deficit
Unelected Jean-Claude Juncker, 61, President of the EuropeanCommission
Salary: £245,629 plus a residential allowance of £36,844 and a monthly expense allowance of £1,135. Pension of £52,500 for life from age 65. pic.twitter.com/QcuD6XhrQ4
— Mick Caul (@caulmick) July 13, 2018
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Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission once again had a few too many | pic.twitter.com/UA0LTWCodu
— Mike (@Doranimated) 12 Jul 2018