The statement comes after suspension of a EU summit earlier on Monday following the bloc’s countries’ leaders failure to agree on who should be at the helm of the EU’s top posts.
French President Emmanuel Macron has said that failure to pick EU chiefs reflects ongoing disagreements within the bloc.
He lamented EU leaders’ inability to reach a consensus on the bloc’s top posts, expressing hope that a relevant agreement will be clinched on Tuesday.
Macron spoke after European Council President Donald Tusk suspended the meeting of the EU leaders and scheduled it to reconvene on Tuesday, according to Tusk’s spokesman Preben Aamann.
“Tusk @eucopresident suspends the meeting and reconvenes #EUCO tomorrow at 11h,” Aamann said on Twitter.
The EU leaders have been deadlocked over who should fill top jobs in the bloc after the European Parliament elections that took place in May.