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The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976

The European Council met in The Hague under the Dutch Presidency on 29 and 30 November, 1976, to discuss the economic situation in the Member States. This situation had improved little in the last months. The economic policy to be followed had still to be differentiated according to the Member State: - The countries in deficit had to pursue a rigorous monetary, finance and revenue policy in order to reduce the balance of payments deficit and the inflation rates, break the series of monetary depreciations and increase in prices, and in this way, restore as quickly as possible a climate of trust. - The countries that were not under external constraints and that could expect again a slowing down of the increase in prices had to develop an internal demand. On the other hand, the European Council underlined the importance that it attached to the maintenance of good relations between the Community and Japan and to asserting a strong desire to see relations develop to the benefit of both the Community and of Japan. The Council had also tackled the themes of the Conference on Economic International Cooperation, of the European Union (Tindemans report) and of international terrorism.
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
View of Ridderzaal in Binnenhof, the governmental area of The Hague
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
View of the delegations: Gaston Thorn, Luxembourgish Prime Minister; ?, Arnaldo Forlani, ...
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
View of the delegations: Anthony Crosland, British Secretary of State for Foreign and ...
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
View of the delegations: Knud Borge Andersen, Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs; Anker ...
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
View of the delegations: Léo Tindemans, Belgian Prime Minister; Renaat van Elslande, ...
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of Anker Jørgensen, Danish Prime Minister, on the left
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of Helmut Schmidt, German Federal Chancellor, on the left
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of Joop den Uyl, Dutch Prime Minister and President in office of the Council, on ...
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of François-Xavier Ortoli, President of the CEC, on the left
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of Léo Tindemans, Belgian Prime Minister, on the left
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of Liam Cosgrave, Irish Prime Minister, on the left
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of Giulio Andreotti, Italian Prime Minister, on the left
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of Gaston Thorn, Luxembourgish Prime Minister, on the left
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of James Callaghan, British Prime Minister, on the left
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, President of the French Republic, on the left
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of François-Xavier Ortoli, President of the CEC, in the middle
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of James Callaghan, British Prime Minister, in the middle
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
The Hague European Council, 29-30/11/1976
Arrival of Helmut Schmidt, German Federal Chancellor, in the middle
Reference: P-001968
Date: 30/11/1976
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