Joint statement by the United Kingdom and New Zealand (Wellington, 6 July 1961)

On 6 July 1961, the United Kingdom and New Zealand issue a joint statement giving an outline of the discussions between Duncan Sandys, British Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations, and his New Zealand counterparts, on the implications of the United Kingdom’s possible membership of the European Communities.

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Source: New Zealand, Joint statement issued in Wellington. In: Commonwealth Consultations on Britain's Relations with the European Economic Community: Statements on talks between the British Ministers and other Commonwealth Governments. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 07-1961. Cmnd. 1449, pp. 7-8.

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