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Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC

Roy Jenkins, President of the CEC, Etienne Davignon, Member of the CEC in charge of Internal Market and Industrial Affairs and Customs Union, Richard Burke, Member of the CEC in charge of Taxation, Consumer Affairs and Transport, Antonio Giolitti, Member of the CEC in charge of Coordination of Community Funds and Regional Policy, Wilhelm Haferkamp, Vice-President of the CEC in charge of External Relations, and Emile Noël, Secretary-General of the CEC, received Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, Sunao Sonoda, Japanese Minister for Foreign affairs and H.E. Ambassador Masahiro Nisibori, Head of the Mission of Japan to the EC.
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
General view of the working meeting in the Commission meeting room: H.E. Ambassador ...
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Handshake between Takeo Fukuda, on the right, and Roy Jenkins
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Takeo Fukuda, in the middle, and Roy Jenkins, on the left
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Takeo Fukuda, on the left, and Roy Jenkins, at a press conference
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Press conference with the participation among others of: Roy Denman, Director-General of ...
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Arrival of the Japanese delegation headed by Takeo Fukuda, in the foreground, on the left
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Arrival of Takeo Fukuda welcomed by Roy jenkins, in the foreground, from left to right
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Handshake between Takeo Fukuda, on the right, and Roy Jenkins, in front of the Berlaymont ...
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Discussion between Takeo Fukuda, on the left, and Roy Jenkins
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Discussion between Takeo Fukuda and Roy Jenkins, 1st and 2nd from the left, on the balcony ...
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Takeo Fukuda, on the right and Roy Jenkins, on the left
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Takeo Fukuda, on the right, and Roy Jenkins, on the left
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978
Visit of Takeo Fukuda, Japanese Prime Minister, to the CEC
Presentation of a gift to Takeo Fukuda by Roy Jenkins, in the foreground, from left to ...
Reference: P-001402
Date: 18/07/1978

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Ref: 001402
Date: 18/07/1978



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