International Paneuropean Union
Union paneuropéenne internationale
Internationale Paneuropa Union
1923-10-01 Vienna Austria
1 Oct 1923, Vienna (Austria), by Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, as Pan European Union -- Union paneuropéenne -- Unión Paneuropea -- Paneuropa Union -- Unione Paneuropea. New Statutes adopted 9 Dec 1995, Strasbourg (France).
On the basis of freedom and responsibility of the individual and the Christian view of humanity, promote: rapid further development of the European Community into political and economic union respecting the principles of subsidiarity; common European foreign policy and security, economic, currency, environment and social policies; increased competence of the European Parliament and creation of a democratic European government; total elimination of border controls within the EU; a European charter establishing rights of ethnic groups; enlargement of the EU; development of European Union's defence identity as the European pillar of NATO; common European technological research and development programme; assimilation of educational curricula and diplomas; European studies in schools; constructive EU aid for Central and Eastern European countries as long as needed.
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General Assembly; Presidency; Enlarged Presidency; Intergroup in the European Parliament in Strasbourg (France); International General Secretariat.
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