European Political Cooperation (EPC)
Coopération politique européenne (CPE)
1 Jul 1987, when formalized on the coming into force of the T-XT8633 - Single European Act (SEA). Origins go back to the 1950s, basic procedures being established in 1970 on approval of the Luxembourg Report by Foreign Ministers of member countries of the European Communities. EPC institutionalized foreign policy cooperation and was the forerunner, under T-XT9113 - Treaty on European Union (Maastricht Treaty), of Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP / PESC), which is the second of the 3 pillars of F-XF2147 - European Union (EU).
U-XE2487 - Political Committee (PoCo), with Secretariat at E-XE3068 - Council of the European Union, formulated ideologies and establishes political principles for conducting dialogue with non-European Union countries.
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