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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht

The Treaty on European Union, and the Final Act were signed by the twelve Community Member States during a ceremony which was held in Maastricht. The signatory Ministers from the 12 Member States included Bertie Ahern, Irish Minister for Finance, Pierre Bérégovoy, French Minister for the Economy, Finance and Budget, Jorge Braga de Macedo, Portuguese Minister for Finance, Hans van den Broek, Dutch Minister for Foreign Affairs, Guido Carli, Italian Minister for the Treasury, Efthymios Christodoulou, Greek Minister for the Economy, Gerard Collins, Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Gianni De Michelis, Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, João de Deus Pinheiro, Portuguese Minister for Foreign Affairs, Roland Dumas, French Minister for Foreign Affairs, Uffe Ellemann-Jensen, Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mark Eyskens, Belgian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Danish Minister for Economic Affairs and Taxation, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, German Deputy Federal Chancellor and Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, Douglas Hurd, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and the Commonwealth, Jean-Claude Juncker, Luxembourgish Minister for Finance and Labour, Wim Kok, Dutch Minister for Finance, Francisco Fernández Ordoñez, Spanish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Francis Maude, British Financial Secretary to the treasury, Philippe Maystadt, Belgian Minister for Finance, Jacques Poos, Deputy Luxembourgish Prime Minister, Minister for Foreign Affairs, External Trade and Cooperation; Minister for the Armed Forces and Police, Antonis Samaras, Greek Minister for Foreign Affairs, Carlos Solchaga Catalan, Spanish Minister for the Economy and Finance and Theo Waigel, German Federal Minister for Finance. The ceremony was chaired by Aníbal Cavaco Silva, Portuguese Prime Minister and President in office of the Council, Egon Klepsch, President of the EP, Jacques Delors, President of the CEC, and Ruud Lubbers, Dutch Prime Minister.
Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
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View of the signing table in the ceremony auditorium
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View of the ceremony: Aníbal Cavaco Silva, standing at the podium, Jacques Delors, Ruud ...
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General view in the ceremony auditorium
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
General view of the ceremony auditorium
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
General view in the ceremony auditorium; speech by Aníbal Cavaco Silva, Portuguese Prime ...
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
General view in the ceremony auditorium
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
Mark Eyskens and Philippe Maystadt, seated in front from left to right, signing the treaty ...
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
Uffe Ellemann-Jensen and Anders Fogh Rasmussen, seated in front from left to right, ...
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
Hans-Dietrich Genscher and Theo Waigel, seated in front from left to right, signing the ...
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
Antonis Samaras and Efthymios Christodoulou, seated in front from left to right, signing ...
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
Francisco Fernández Ordoñez et Carlos Solchaga Catalan, assis à l'avant-plan de gauche à ...
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
Roland Dumas and Pierre Bérégovoy, seated in front from left to right, signing the treaty ...
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
Gerard Collins and Bertie Ahern, seated in front from left to right, signing the treaty on ...
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
Gianni De Michelis and Guido Carli, seated in front from left to right, signing the treaty ...
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Signature of the Treaty of Maastricht
Jacques Poos and Jean-Claude Juncker, seated in front from left to right, signing the ...
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Hans van den Broek and Wim Kok, seated in front from left to right, signing the treaty on ...
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