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Vice President Pence reassured the European Union on Monday of President Trump's commitment toward a continuing partnership but stressed the need for NATO members to "keep their word" and increase defense spending. President Trump has demanded that European members increase their share of defense costs, ripping them in a speech Saturday for "not paying their bills." "As our country continues to make investments in Europe's security, we see European countries falling behind," Pence said Monday. "Whatever our differences, our two continents share the same marriage, the same values, and above all, the same purpose — to promote peace and prosperity through freedom, democracy and the rule of law," Pence said.Pence is making his first trip abroad as vice president amid skepticism among European leaders over the direction of Trump’s foreign policies. "I don't know what the answer is to "or else," but I know that the patience of the American people will not endure forever." Stoltenberg said that, after years of declining defense spending, NATO's European partners agreed in 2014 to increase spending. "We reaffirm our commitment to a free, fair and flourishing economies that undergird our success and a cooperation in achieving that." Tusk thanked Pence “for being so open and frank with me” during the meeting, saying too much had happened over the past months “for us to pretend that everything is as it used to be." “Today I heard words which are promising for the future, words which explain a lot about the approach of the new administration in Washington,” Tusk said in a statement. Pence also vowed to "hold Russia accountable” and said the U. would demand that Russia honor a 2015 peace deal agreed upon in Minsk, Belarus, aimed at ending violence in eastern Ukraine.The 130 cm tall, diminutive native from Kiev however was a giant in his own right. It was also legendary and based on Russian cuisine.
Another highlight was the performance of the male dancers and their gravity defying aerial acrobatics.
Toni Baumann, the president of the Danube Swabian Club, addressed the guests and explained that the reason for the Fund-Raiser is to reduce the mortgage payments as much as possible in the near future.
Next on the agenda was the entertainment everyone was waiting for: Maria Vinogradova and her cast of talented dancers and singers from the Masquerade Theatre International (MTI), and the fabulous costumes they were showing off to this appreciative audience.
On each table was a centrepiece of an ivy plant and peeking out from the inside was a little Matryoshka doll.
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