Challenges have united Austrian people — Chancellor Kern

VIENNA, May 24 (KUNA) — Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern underlined Tuesday the the results of the recent presidential elections have made Austrian people more aware of the common challenges they face at home and abroad. Speaking to local media, he noted that the difference in the candidates’ percentages – 50.3 percent to 49.7 percent – amounted to just over 30,000 votes.
Though Austria took in 90,000 asylum seekers last year, no xenophobic groups have emerged in the country similar to what happened in Germany. He stressed that isolationism is not an option for Austria, as its exports almost 53 percent of its products to the different world countries. He outlined his future plan for the development of the national economy and state services. (end) amg.ibi

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