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Europe of Defence
A point of discord over 70 years ago, the possibility of a common army is still looming. The European Union has a set of measures which only lacks one army. During one of the last time France chaired the EU Council, it, through the Treaty of Nice, gave permanent character to joint military bodies within the framework of the Common European Security Policy (CFSP). We, the Young Europeans of Orleans, ask if this is not the time to ask ourselves the question again. Thus, you are given the floor, European citizens. Do you want a European army, a common army? Do you want a genuine common defence policy on cybersecurity and the fight against terrorism? NB: your pass is required. The exchange time will be followed by a moment of conviviality.
3 rue de la Cholerie, 45000 Orléans
Tram B station: Joan of Arc
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