Draft general European Treaty on collective security in Europe — Molotov proposal (Berlin, 10 February 1954)

At the Conference of Foreign Ministers of the Four Powers (USSR, USA, France and the United Kingdom), held in Berlin from 25 January to 18 February 1954, the Soviet Minister, Vyacheslav Molotov, submits a draft general Treaty on collective security in Europe and proposes that a conference of European States be convened with a view to its conclusion.

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Source: New York Herald Tribune. 11.02.1954. [s.l.].
The proposed European security conference 1954-1971. Brief prepared by Mr. E. Nessler, Rapporteur. Paris: Western European Union Assembly, December 1971. 99 p. (General Affairs Committee. Seventeenth Ordinary Session). "1. Draft general European treaty on collective security in Europe submitted by Mr. Molotov to the Berlin Conference, 10th February 1954", p. 8-9.

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