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Euro-glossary Monday, 30 April, 2001, 10:58 GMT 11:58 UK
Brussels Treaty
The Brussels Treaty was the first attempt after the Second World War to use European integration to prevent further conflict.

It was drafted and signed in 1948 by France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the UK signed the Brussels Treaty.

It agreed on military assistance as well as economic, social and cultural co-operation.

It paved the way for the Western European Union and Nato.


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