The European Parliament of the European Union.

CONCLUSIONS OF THE PRESIDENCY
Copenhagen, June 21-22, 1993
Relations with Malta and Cyprus

The European Council considered that its guidelines with regard to enlargement with the EFTA countries shall be without prejudice to the situation of other countries which have applied to join the Union. The Union will consider each of these membership applications on its own merits.

The European Council welcomed the Commission's intention to present shortly its opinions on Malta and on Cyprus. These opinions will be examined rapidly by the Council taking into consideration the particular situation of each of the two countries.

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