This is somehow a follow up of this question that suggests that European Union should have reacted to a controversial declaration made by an ex-Romanian Prime Minister.
I have noticed that European Commission has sometimes immediate reaction to various declarations made by various politicians. These usually use their native language and sometimes use subtle constructs and/or local context.
I am wondering how can the Commission can tackle these declarations in an efficient manner. Do they have assistants and/or collaborators they fully understand both language subtleties and local context for every EU country? It seems like a small army to fully cover all the EU countries.
Question: How does European Commission deal with EU countries language subtleties / local context?