Franco-German Friendship Day

It is celebrated on January 22nd to commemorate the Élysée Treaty signed in 1963. This treaty marked the reconciliation between Germany and France after World War II, promoting cooperation in areas such as education, culture, and defense. The date symbolizes the ongoing commitment of both nations to friendship and the construction of a united Europe.

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