Brussels invites Trump rushed out for top

The EU invites Donald Trump for a EU-us Summit in Brussels " as fast at your convenience "to the " rate of our relationship over the next four years."

That writing EU president Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker Wednesday to the newly elected u.s. president, that she "sincerely" congratulate with the victory.

"It is more important today than ever to strengthen transatlantic relations. Only through close cooperation can the EU and the US continue to make the difference at unprecedented challenges as IS, the threat of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, climate change and migration ", they write.

"The strategic partnership between the EU and the US is rooted in our shared values of freedom, human rights, democracy and a belief in the market economy. Over the years, the EU and the United States worked together to peace and prosperity for our citizens and to ensure people in the world, "said Tusk and Juncker.

"We have to strengthen the bridges that we have built. Europeans trust that America, with democratic ideals around the world always have been a beacon of hope, will continue to invest in cooperation with friends and allies. "

Tusk and Juncker point out in their long letter that the strategic cooperation "happy wide and deep" and ranges from joint efforts to the security of supply to negotiations on the proposed free trade agreement TTIP. "No effort should be spared to keep our ties strong and durable."