Letter from the Luxembourg Ambassador to Brussels to Joseph Bech on the state of work of the Spaak Committee (Brussels, 15 March 1956)

On March 15, 1956, Lambert Schaus, Ambassador of Luxembourg in Brussels, addresses to Joseph Bech, Luxembourg Prime Minister, a letter in which he explains the progress of the Spaak Committee's work and gives an assessment of the working method employed. The note also details the issues of particular concern to Luxembourg and the points on which the legitimate and vital interests of the country are at stake.

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Source: SCHAUS, Lambert and BECH, Joseph. [Lettre de l'ambassadeur du Luxembourg à Bruxelles au Premier ministre Joseph Bech sur l'état des travaux du Comité Spaak (Bruxelles, 15 mars 1956)]. 15-03-1956. Kept in: Archives historiques de l'Union européenne. PU Pierre Uri, PU.F Haut-fonctionnaire à la CECA. PU.F-15 Négociations des traités de Rome. Conférence de Messine (01-02/06/1955) et travaux du Comité intergouvernemental, PU-53.

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