On January 22, 2019, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel signed a bilateral document called the “Treaty of Aachen”. The treaty’s text contains interesting information on the will to cooperate expressed by the two countries, which have the most political-diplomatic-economic influence in the European Union. However, the document also shows how far the two governments are from creating a concrete common policy to tackle the shared problems lying at the heart of Europe.
This document is available in English and Italian.
|The German-French Treaty - English.pdf||130 KB|
|IL TRATTATO FRANCO-TEDESCO - italiano.pdf||137.48 KB|