Following the Nice European Council, , European intellectuals were asked to think about the role Brussels should play as capital of Europe.
At a meeting held under the joint responsibility of Romano Prodi, President of the EC, and Guy Verhofstadt, Belgian Prime Minister, Guy Verhofstadt presented a report on the results of such reflexions and announced the creation of a European architectural competition, set up in order to create the future location of European Councils in Brussels.
Guy Verhofstadt, on the right, and Romano Prodi Reference:P-008980 Date:22/04/2002
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