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Venice Summit

VENICE SUMMIT

In a general declaration of principles released at the European summit, meeting in Venice on 13 June 1980, the member countries of the Community affirmed that the Palestinian people should be able to exercise their right to self-determination, and that their representative, the Palestine Liberation Organization, should be associated with the Middle East peace process.

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