Note by Max Kohnstamm on the most important issues to negotiate in Brussels (24 September 1956)

On 24 September 1956, Max Kohnstamm, Secretary of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and General Secretary of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, drafts a note in which he analyses the progress in the ongoing negotiations for the establishment of Euratom and the Common Market and outlines the most important issues that still need to be negotiated in Brussels.

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Source: Archives historiques de l'Union européenne, Florence. MK Max Kohnstamm, MK-02 Comité d'Action pour les États-Unis d'Europe (1956-1969). Conférence intergouvernementale (CIG) pour le Marché commun et l'Euratom, MK-4.

Copyright: Historical Archives of the European Union

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