Juncker delivered his annual State of the Union speech to the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Wednesday, September 12.
And he'll poke worldwide locations to present up their national vetoes in some areas of global policy.
Africa should be helped with trade and investment rather than rely on aid, Juncker will say, while also proposing to beef up Europe's defenses against poor Africans heading north.
At the same time, the European Union official said, Juncker would note that Britain and the European Union have cooperated closely on global issues, including in recent disputes with Russian Federation and with the United States over trade and climate change policy, and he would repeat Brussels' offer to continue such a close partnership.
In another part of his speech, Mr Juncker called for reform in how the European Union deals with immigration, which has been politically hard in several European Union countries.
"I would hope that with something like this there would be a common sense approach and no time difference on the island", she said.
Emphasizing the strength of a unified Europe, Juncker used his State of the Union Address to look beyond the bloc, as far as outer space, praising the success of the Galileo space program, saying: "No single Member State could have put 26 satellites in orbit, for the benefit of 400 million users worldwide".
Juncker used his annual speech to the European Parliament to call for the bloc to stand up for the worldwide order in the face of "trade and currency wars", in a swipe at US President Donald Trump's "America First" approach.
At the same time, he warned the other 27 member states remain united behind the commission's negotiating position and that the UK can not enjoy the same "privileged position" as a member state.
The EU said in January that big tech companies that were part of its voluntary code of conduct companies had removed 70% of the content notified to them by European authorities within 24 hours, up from just 28% in mid 2016.
"We welcome the European Commission's step forward in the fight against extremist content online but, unfortunately, it falls short of instilling a clear solution to the growing problem of illegal content online".
"To love Europe, is it love its nations".
Juncker said the European Union would "always show loyalty and solidarity with Ireland when it comes to the Irish border".
The Commission has already started a rule-of-law procedure, called Article 7, against Poland because of concerns over the independence of the country's judiciary.
"Terrorists do not recognise borders", Juncker said.