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It has been the anthem of the Council of Europe since 1972 and was adopted by the European Council as the European Union’s official anthem in 1985. qxd 6/7/06 10:59 AM Page 7 ASIA • 7 AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY, AND JUSTICE. The Justice and Home Affairs pillar of European integration, established in the Treaty on European Union, was reformed in the Treaty of Amsterdam. The main objective behind the changes was to establish an Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice, an area in which there is complete free movement of people within the internal borders of the European Union (EU) and increased security and guarantees of equal justice within a common external border.
1 July: The Rome Statute creating the ICC goes into effect. 23 July: The 1951 Treaty of Paris creating the ECSC expires. 19 October: Irish voters approve the Treaty of Nice in a second referendum on this issue. 12–13 December: Accession negotiations are concluded with Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia, and the Copenhagen European Council welcomes them to join the EU on 1 May 2004. 2003 1 January: A new CFP is adopted. 15 January: The first EU Police Mission begins in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
8 December: The third Lomé Convention is signed by the EC member states and the ACP countries. 1985 7 January: The European Commission under the presidency of Jacques Delors comes into office. 29–30 March: Agreement is reached on the Integrated Mediterranean Programmes (IMP) at the Brussels European Council meeting. 29–30 March: The Dooge Report on institutional reform is presented to the European Council. 28–29 June: The European Commission presents a White Paper on “Completing the Internal Market” to the European Council.
Historical Dictionary of the European Union (Historical Dictionaries of International Organizations Series) by Aimee Kanner