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Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985

The Milan European Council met under the Presidency of Bettino Craxi and with the participation of Heads of State and Government and the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the twelve Member States. The ECC was represented by Jacques Delors, President, and Lorenzo Natali, Vice President. The Council had a big debate on the ad hoc committee’s proposals on institutional questions and on numerous concrete measures intending to insure the increasing support of European citizens for Community construction. The economic and social situation was also discussed. In addition, the Council welcomed the White Paper on the completion of the internal market and noted that a collective effort to master the newest technologies is the necessary condition for maintaining European competitiveness. The Council also examined trade issues with Japan, the famine in Africa and relations between the EC and the Comecon (Council for Mutual Economic Assistance).
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
Group photo, from left to right: 1st row: Ruud Lubbers, Dutch Prime Minister; Margaret ...
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
The flags of the Member States blowing in front of the Castello Sforzesco.
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
View of the delegations: Andréas Papandréou, Greek Prime Minister; Yannis ...
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
View of the delegations: Jacques Delors, President of the CEC; Mário Soares, Portuguese ...
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
View of the delegations: Felipe González, Spanish Prime Minister; Fernando Morán López, ...
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
Bettino Craxi, Italian Prime Minister and President in office of the Council; Felipe ...
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
Jacques Delors, President of the CEC; Bettino Craxi, Italian Prime Minister and President ...
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
Group photo, from left to right: 1st row: Ruud Lubbers, Dutch Prime Minister; Margaret ...
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
Bettino Craxi, Italian Prime Minister and President in office of the Council; Andreás ...
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
Handshake between Bettino Craxi, Italian Prime Minister and President in office of the ...
Reference: P-001996
Date: 28/06/1985

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Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985
Ref: 001996
Date: 29/06/1985



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Milan European Council, 28-29/06/1985: arrivals and group photo
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