Saar statute

The Saar Statute was a Franco-West German agreement signed in 1954 which resulted from lengthy diplomatic negotiations between France and West Germany. It helped to pave the way for a more modern Europe following post World War II tensions and geo-political disputes. The incorporation of the Saarland was finalized on 1 January 1957.

Saar Statute
TypeBilateral treaty
Signed27 October 1956 (1956-10-27)
LocationParis, France
Original
signatories
Ratifiers
  •  France
  •  West Germany

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