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Birmingham Extraordinary European Council, 16/10/1992

The Heads of State and Government met on 16/10/1992 under the Presidency of John Major, British Prime Minister, for the Extraordinary European Council of Birmingham. The following points were discussed: - The state of progress of the ratification of the Treaty on European Union - Re-enforcement of the convergence process for the economies of the Member States, essential to maintaining monetary stability and the establishment of the necessary framework for sustainable growth and job creation - Adoption of the Birmingham Declaration bearing on the will and measures necessary to bring the Community closer to its citizens - GATT negotiations - The tragic situation in ex-Yugoslavia and in Somalia
Birmingham Extraordinary European Council, 16/10/1992
Group photo, from left to right: 1st row: Felipe González, Spanish Prime Minister; Helmut ...
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Date: 16/10/1992

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