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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004

Under the Presidency of Bertie Ahern, Irish Prime Minister and President in office of the Council of the EU, the Heads of States and Government designated José Manuel Barroso, Portuguese Prime Minister, as the next President of the EC. José Manuel Barroso will take over from Romano Prodi, whose mandate concludes on 31 October 2004. His nomination will become effective once it has been confirmed by the vote at the EP on 22 July. European leaders also named Javier Solana in advance for the future post of EU Foreign Minister. Moreover, they reconfirmed him as Secretary General of the Council of the European Union and High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP). Javier Solana will become the EU's first Foreign Minister when the future European Constitution enters into force after its ratification by the 25 Members of the Union, which is expected at the end of 2006.
Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Romano Prodi, on the left, and José Manuel Barroso
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Conversation between Silvio Berlusconi, Italian Prime Minister, on the left, and Tony ...
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
José Manuel Barroso
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
José Manuel Barroso
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Javier Solana, José Manuel Barroso, Bertie Ahern and Romano Prodi (from left to right)
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
José Manuel Barroso, on the left, and Bertie Ahern
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Javier Solana, José Manuel Barroso, Bertie Ahern and Romano Prodi (from left to right)
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Handshake between José Manuel Barroso, on the left, and Romano Prodi. In the middle, ...
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Conversation between José Manuel Barroso, on the left, and José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, ...
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Tony Blair, British Prime Minister
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
José Manuel Barroso, Algirdas Brazauskas, Lithuanian Prime Minister, Jan Peter Balkenende, ...
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Bertie Ahern, Romano Prodi and José Manuel Barroso (from left to right)
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Wolfgang Schüssel, Austrian Federal Chancellor, on the left, and José Manuel Barroso
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Conversation between Jacques Chirac, President of the French Republic, Romano Prodi and ...
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Conversation between Romano Prodi, on the left, and José Manuel Barroso
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Romano Prodi, José Manuel Barroso and Bertie Ahern (from left to right)
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
José Manuel Barroso, on the left, facing the press
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Brussels Extraordinary European Council, 29/06/2004
Conversation between Romano Prodi, on the left, and Jacques Chirac, President of the ...
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