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Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, introduced a debate on 16 June on European affairs, ahead of the European Council meeting to be held in Brussels on 18 and 19 June 2009.
Issues covered during the debate included the European economic situation, the supervision and regulation of the European financial sector and climate change.
Other matters covered during the debate included European election results, the Lisbon treaty, the Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran and the Council of Europe.
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