Address given by Walter Schwimmer (Strasbourg, 26 June 2003)

In an address given on 26 June 2003, Walter Schwimmer, Secretary-General of the Council of Europe, tries to reassure those who fear that the organisation may lose its importance following major developments in the European Union, such as its enlargement to include ten new Member States or the presentation of a draft Constitution.

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Source: Statement by Walter Schwimmer, Secretary General of the Council of Europe (Strasbourg, 26 June 2003). [ON-LINE]. [s.l.]: Council of Europe, [19.08.2003]. Available on

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