Secretary-General’s note on NATO–WEU relations (London, 14 March 1967)

On 14 March 1967, the Secretary-General circulates a note on relations between the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and Western European Union (WEU) which aims to examine how the action taken by France with regard to NATO will affect the obligations and tasks undertaken by the seven Member States of the modified Brussels Treaty. The note particularly focuses on the limitation of forces and armaments, quantitative control of levels of armaments, the definition of armaments subject to control and the operation of the Standing Armaments Committee. The note also incorporates two French memoranda concerning NATO, sent to the other 14 NATO countries, which set out the measures France intends to take after withdrawing from the integrated military command.

Source et copyright

Source: Council of the Western European Union. Secretrary-General’s note. NATO-WEU relations. London: 14.03.1967. WPM (580). Copy No 58. 20 p.

Archives nationales de Luxembourg (ANLux). Western European Union Archives. Secretariat-General/Council’s Archives. 1954-1987. Interpretation of Brussels Treaty & Paris Protocols. Year: 1966, 01/03/1966-30/03/1967. File 113.2. Volume 1/2.

Copyright: (c) WEU Secretariat General - Secrétariat Général UEO

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