Germany and France are set to renew the alliance that kept European integration rolling on Tuesday (22 January) in Aachen.

The two countries agreed to deepen a 1963 treaty of post-war reconciliation in a bid to show that the European Union’s main axis remains strong and it will be able to counter increasing euroscepticism and nationalism in Europe.

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