The Paris Conference (19–20 February 1957)

On 19 and 20 February 1957, in Paris, the Heads of Government accompanied by the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the six Member States of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) reach a definitive agreement on the financial aspects of the regime for the association of the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) with the European Economic Community (EEC). From left to right: Achille Van Acker (Belgium), Konrad Adenauer (FRG), Guy Mollet (France), Antonio Segni (Italy), Willem Drees (Netherlands) and Joseph Bech (Luxembourg).

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Source: Conferentie eerste ministers om tot Euratom en EEG te komen. Parijs: ANP, 19.02.1957. Noir et blanc.

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The Paris Conference (19–20 February 1957)