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1st meeting of the Santer Commission

The first meeting of the European Commission under the second Presidency of Jacques Delors took place on 24 January 1995 with the participation of Sir Leon Brittan, Vice-President of the EC in charge of External Relations with North America, Australia, New-Zealand, Japan, China, Korea, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, Common Commercial Policy and Relations with OECD and WTO, Manuel Marín, Vice-President of the EC in charge of External Relations with Southern Mediterranean Countries, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia (except Japan, China, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) including Development Aid, Martin Bangemann, Member of the EC in charge of Industrial Affairs, Information and Telecommunications Technologies, Ritt Bjerregaard, Member of the EC in charge of Environment and Nuclear Safety, Emma Bonino, Member of the EC in charge of Fisheries, Consumer Policy and the European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO), Hans van den Broek, Member of the EC in charge of External Relations with the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, Mongolia, Turkey, Cyprus, Malta and other European Countries, Common Foreign and Security Policy and Human Rights (in agreement with the President) and External Missions, Edith Cresson, Member of the EC in charge of Science, Research and Development, the Joint Research Centre, Human Resources, Education, Training and Youth, Franz Fischler, Member of the EC in charge of Agriculture and Rural Development, Pádraig Flynn, Member of the EC in charge of Employment and Social Affairs and the Relations with the Economic and Social Committee, Anita Gradin, Member of the EC in charge of Immigration, Home Affairs and Justice, Relations with the Ombudsman, Financial Control and Fraud Prevention, Neil Kinnock, Member of the EC in charge of Transport (including Trans-European Networks), Erkki Liikanen, Member of the EC in charge of Budget, Personnel and Administration, Translation and In-house Computer Services, Karel van Miert, Member of the EC in charge of Competition, Mario Monti, Member of the EC in charge of Internal Market, Financial Services and Financial Integration, Customs and Taxation, Christos Papoutsis, Member of the EC in charge of Energy and the Euratom Supply Agency, Small Business and Tourism, João de Deus Pinheiro, Member of the EC in charge of External Relations with African, Caribbean and Pacific Countries and South Africa, and the Lomé Convention, Yves-Thibault de Silguy, Member of the EC in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs, Monetary Matters (in agreement with the President), Credit and Investments and the Statistical Office, and Monika Wulf-Mathies, Member of the EC in charge of Regional Policies, Relations with the Committee of the Regions and the Cohesion Fund (in agreement with Neil Kinnock and Ritt Bjerregaard).
1st meeting of the Santer Commission
Round table: From the left, clockwise; Hans van den Broek, Sir Leon Brittan,Manuel Marín, ...
Reference: P-000482
Date: 24/01/1995
1st meeting of the Santer Commission
Round table: From the left, clockwise; Hans van den Broek, Sir Leon Brittan,Manuel Marín, ...
Reference: P-000482
Date: 24/01/1995
1st meeting of the Santer Commission
Jacques Santer
Reference: P-000482
Date: 24/01/1995

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