Address given by Paul-Henri Spaak (Rome, 25 March 1957)

On 25 March 1957, at the ceremony held in Rome to mark the signing of the Treaties establishing the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC or Euratom), Paul-Henri Spaak, Belgian Foreign Minister and President of the Intergovernmental Conference for the Common Market and Euratom, delivers an address in which he emphasises the historic significance of the event and pays tribute, in particular, to those who worked before him towards a united Europe. In the Belgian Delegation, the following may be seen (from right to left): Pierre Staner, Joseph Van Der Meulen, Robert Rotschild, Albert Hupperts, Roger de Staercke together with Ernst Albrecht, Pierre Uri, Michel Gaudet, Hubert Ehring, Pierre Bourguignon, André Dubois, Christian Calmes and Giulio Guazzugli.

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Quelle: Discours de Paul-Henri Spaak. Rome: 25/03/1957. Noir et blanc.

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Address given by Paul-Henri Spaak (Rome, 25 March 1957)