President of the European Union Commission supports inclusion of Morocco, Israel in EU
President of the European Union Commission, Romano Prodi, said Friday that he favors the entry of Israel and Morocco into the EU.
In an interview with the Swedish News Agency, Prodi said that the EU is interested in increasing its membership with friendly nations and named Israel and Morocco as examples.
Earlier in the week, Israeli Foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi about the possibility of Israel one-day joining the Union.
In the interview, Prodi added that Russia would never be able to join the EU. (Albawaba.com)