The European Council of London took place under the Presidency of Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister, with the participation of all the Heads of State and Government and Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the twelve Member States. The Council noted that the European Communities had resolved a certain number of difficult questions and had obtained a series of concrete results such as:- Convergence of economic and technological policies- Accession of the two New Member States- Adoption of a Common Fisheries Policy- Agreement on the Single European ActIn addition, the Member States which hadn’t yet ratified the Single European Act intended to do so. The European Council has also underlined the importance of economic and social cohesion, economic and social progress, as well as, the improvement of the living standard and employment situation of European citizens.
General view of the meeting room:Wilfried Martens, Belgian Prime Minister; Sir Geoffrey ... Reference:P-001999 Date:05/12/1986
Group photo, from left to right:1st row: Jacques Chirac, French Prime Minister; Jacques ... Reference:P-001999 Date:05/12/1986
London European Council, 05-06/12/1986