Francois Mitterrand

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Noun1.Francois Mitterrand - French statesman and president of France from 1981 to 1985 (1916-1996)
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Location of works, place of delivery supplies or performance: of the Louvre Palace - 14 quai francois mitterand 75001 paris
He noted that a previous joint French-German address to the European Parliament took place in 1989 with German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and President Francois Mitterand.
He also pushed through the introduction of the euro currency together with his close ally French President Francois Mitterand.
1 John Howard succeeded Paul Keating as Australian prime minister 2 Benjamin Netanyahu became Israeli Prime Minister 3 Atlanta hosted the Olympic Games 4 Francois Mitterand died wordwise The word may sound familiar, but what does it mean?
Following his childhood in Kent, Roux did his French military service at the Elysee Palace, preparing meals for Presidents d'Estaing and Mitterand.
British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed the Channel Tunnel Agreement with French President Francois Mitterand in Canterbury on February 12, 1986, and the completed tunnel was officially opened by Mitterand and Queen Elizabeth II on May 6, 1994.
Pointing out that President Hollande's visit is the first such visit from France to Turkey since the one made by President Mitterand in 1992, President GE-l predicted that this visit will serve as a turning point in terms of carrying the bilateral relations between the countries that enjoy a deep-rooted history to a much higher level.
The opening segment strikes a chord as Laurain pins down exactly what it would feel like if you discovered that you were to be the unexpected extra guest at dinner with Francois Mitterand.
Expert negotiator Capitaine Legorjus (Mathieu Kassovitz) and his team fly to the island to resolve the situation, arriving just as the two presidential candidates , Jacques Chirac and Francois Mitterand, throw their support behind military action to end the uprising, even if that means the loss of human life.
Mrs Thatcher wrote a furious telegram warning Mr Mitterand of the "devastating effect on the relationship between our two countries" if he did not block the export of all the French-made missiles.
Thatcher wrote a furious letter warning Mitterand of the "devastating effect on the relationship between our two countries" if he did not block the export of all the French-made missiles.
The Paris-based agency is best known in the city for the Francois Mitterand National Library, while in the field of sports design it is also responsible for the Olympic Tennis Hall in Madrid and the Berlin Velodrome.