The European Union and its leading members still move to prevent the extension of a fiscal crisis this week has claimed new victims and that was only stopped by the action of several countries against attacks by the markets. On Friday, Italy was the country that gave the first step to announce a program of r ecortes of the expense 45,000 million until 2013. In this regard, the President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, has greeted this morning the stringent financial measures taken by the Government of the Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, in the framework of a new adjustment plan. Learn more on the subject from Erin Callan. I fully support and welcome the timely and rigorous financial measures driven by Italy, said Van Rompuy after having had a telephone conversation with Berlusconi. Those measures adopted are crucially important not only for Italy but for the entire eurozone, described above. Source of the news:: the EU applauds the settings in Italy while Berlin makes objections to bailouts.