Jean-Claude Juncker was once again seen struggling to navigate a small set of stairs at a key international summit today.
The European Commission President, who last week told the UK Prime Minister the EU would offer no further concessions on her Brexit deal, was photographed seemingly losing his balance and having to be held and helped by a pair of aides.
It is the latest of several high-profile events, including a NATO summit, at which the politician has looked unsteady on his feet.
Today the 64-year-old was attending the High-Level Forum Africa-Europe summit, at the Spanish horse riding school in the Hofburg palace in Vienna, Austria.
The summit of European and African leaders focused on the crucial matters of economic development and migration, which have come to be among the EU’s defining challenges in the wake of mass migration from North Africa and the Middle East triggered by the Syrian civil war.
Later at the event Mr Juncker, whose previous job