Address given by Michael Stewart to the WEU Council (Paris, 26 April 1968)

On 26 April 1968, following the United Kingdom’s application for accession to the European Communities, Michael Stewart, British Foreign Secretary, gives an address to the Council of Western European Union (WEU) in which he outlines relations between his government and the other European organisations and countries.

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Source: Speech by the Foreign Secretary at the Western European Union ministerial meeting, Paris, 26 April, 1968, Relations between the U.K., other EFTA countries and Ireland and the EEC. Paris: 26.04.1968. 4 p.
Historical Archives of the European Union, Florence, Villa Il Poggiolo. Deposits, DEP. Edoardo Martino, EM. Union de l'Europe occidentale (UEO), EM.C.D-03. EM-200.

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