Declaration made by Paul-Henri Spaak on the difficulties of European integration (February 1950)

In February 1950, in the light of US criticism of the slow progress of the European integration process, Paul-Henri Spaak, President of the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe, outlines the reasons for certain difficulties and emphasises the importance of intensifying efforts for the establishment of a united Europe.

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Source: The National Archives of the United Kingdom, [s.l.], Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU., Records created and inherited by the Foreign Office, FO. Movement for European Unity: collection of statements by British and foreign statesmen and clergy 1950, FO 371/88643.

Copyright: (c) The National Archives of the United Kingdom

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