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I-141175
Ref: I-141175
Date: 30/06/2017

I-006619
Ref: I-006619
Date: 22/03/1983

I-141214
Ref: I-141214
Date: 01/07/2017

I-141212
Ref: I-141212
Date: 01/07/2017

I-003954
Ref: I-003954
Date: 06/04/1995

I-053633
Ref: I-053633
Date: 23/03/2007

I-034169
Ref: I-034169
Date: 29/02/1996
1st Asia/Europe Meeting (ASEM), Bangkok: arrival of Jacques Santer, President of the EC; Helmut Kohl, German Federal Chancellor; and Franz Vranitzky, Austrian Federal Chancellor, at the Bangkok airport
On 1 and 2 March 1996, the inaugural Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) was held in Bangkok (Thailand). The Summit brought together the Heads of State and Government and Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the fifteen EU Member States, of the seven ASEAN Member countries (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam) and of China, Japan, and South Korea. Jacques Santer, President of the EC; Manuel Marín, Vice-President of the EC in charge of External Relations with Southern Mediterranean Countries, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia including Development Aid; Sir Leon Brittan, Vice-President of the EC in charge of External Relations with North America, Australia, New-Zealand, Japan, China, Korea, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, Common Commercial Policy and Relations with OECD and WTO; and Lamberto Dini, Italian Prime Minister and President in office of the Council, were also present. Their discussions covered economic and trade relations, political dialogue and cooperation in a number of areas. Other topics included the reconstruction of the former Yugoslavia and the participation of the European Union in the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO). A statement was issued in conclusion to the summit in which both sides underlined their desire to build a new partnership between the two continents, step up political dialogue and expand relations and cooperation in a number of areas. The statement also contained practical arrangements for the follow-up of the summit, including the organization of a second Euro/Asia summit in the United Kingdom in 1998. This video shows views of the arrival of Jacques Santer, President of the EC; Helmut Kohl, German Federal Chancellor; and Franz Vranitzky, Austrian Federal Chancellor, at the Bangkok airport.

I-030930
Ref: I-030930
Date: 22/09/1995

I-141215
Ref: I-141215
Date: 01/07/2017

I-034188
Ref: I-034188
Date: 02/03/1996
1st Asia/Europe Meeting (ASEM), Bangkok: extracts from the national press conferences
On 1 and 2 March 1996, the inaugural Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) was held in Bangkok (Thailand). The Summit brought together the Heads of State and Government and Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the fifteen EU Member States, of the seven ASEAN Member countries (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam) and of China, Japan, and South Korea. Jacques Santer, President of the EC; Manuel Marín, Vice-President of the EC in charge of External Relations with Southern Mediterranean Countries, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia including Development Aid; Sir Leon Brittan, Vice-President of the EC in charge of External Relations with North America, Australia, New-Zealand, Japan, China, Korea, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, Common Commercial Policy and Relations with OECD and WTO; and Lamberto Dini, Italian Prime Minister and President in office of the Council, were also present. Their discussions covered economic and trade relations, political dialogue and cooperation in a number of areas. Other topics included the reconstruction of the former Yugoslavia and the participation of the European Union in the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO). A statement was issued in conclusion to the summit in which both sides underlined their desire to build a new partnership between the two continents, step up political dialogue and expand relations and cooperation in a number of areas. The statement also contained practical arrangements for the follow-up of the summit, including the organization of a second Euro/Asia summit in the United Kingdom in 1998. Thsi video contains cutaways taken during the national press conferences held by Helmut Kohl, German Federal Chancellor; John Major, British Prime Minister; António Guterres, Portuguese Prime Minister; Ryutaro Hashimoto, Japanese Prime Minister; Jacques Chirac, President of the French Republic and Ryutaro Hashimoto, Japanese Prime Minister.

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