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Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981

The European Council has dedicated an important part of the meeting to an in-depth study of the European Community's current situation. The European Council congratulated the economic measures taken by the governments of several Member States. In the area of monetary policy, an intensified dialogue with the United States of America is desired, especially in view of arriving at a consensus regarding monetary policy and interest rates. The high and increasing unemployment levels, specially among the young, are a cause of great worry to the European Council. It has been agreed that the fight against this scourge should be led not only by the Member States but also at Community level. The Council has also spoken of the accession of Spain, North-South relations, of the European passport, of the Middle East, of Lebanon, of Afghanistan and of Poland.
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 Group photo, from left to right: 1st row: Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, ...
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Date: 23/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 Group photo, from left to right: 1st row: Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, ...
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Date: 24/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, President of the French Republic, on the ...
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Date: 24/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 Group photo of the Heads of State and Government with Beatrix, Queen ...
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Date: 23/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 View of the meeting: Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, President of the French ...
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Date: 23/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 View of the meeting: Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, President of the French ...
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Date: 24/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 View of the meeting: Helmut Schmidt, German Federal Chancellor; ...
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Date: 24/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 View of the meeting: Hans-Dietrich Genscher, German Federal Minister ...
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Date: 24/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 View of the meeting: Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister, and ...
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Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 View of the meeting: Constantin Mitsotakis, Greek Minister for Foreign ...
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Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 View of the meeting: Andries van Agt, Dutch Prime Minister and ...
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Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 Gaston Thorn, President of the CEC, on the right
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Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 External view of the Maastricht Town Hall
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Date: 24/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 Arrival of Lord Carrington, British Secretary of State for Foreign and ...
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Date: 24/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 Arrival of Gaston Thorn, President of the CEC, in the middle
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Date: 24/03/1981
Maastricht European Council, 23-24/03/1981 Arrival of Pierre Werner, Luxembourgish Prime Minister, in the middle, ...
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Date: 24/03/1981
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