Address given by Klaus Meyer following the resignation of Christian Calmes (Bruxelles, 14 June 1973)

On 14 June 1973, Klaus Meyer, Secretary-General of the Commission of the European Communities, delivers an address following the resignation of Christian Calmes, who had been Secretary-General of the Council for 21 years. In his address, he outlines the key role played by Christian Calmes in the establishment of the Secretariat-General and thanks him for the establishment of effective cooperation between the two institutions.

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Source: Allocutions prononcées à l'occasion de la cessation de fonctions de S.E. Monsieur le ministre plénipotentiaire Christian Calmes, Secrétaire Général du Conseil des Communautés Européennes. Bruxelles: Secrétariat général du Conseil, 15.06.1973. "III: M. Klaus Meyer, Secrétaire General Adjoint de la Commission des Communautés Européennes", p. 5-7.

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