Archive (Reagan Library)

Economy: Thatcher letter to Reagan (environment - London G7 follow-up) [declassified 2000]

Document type: Declassified documents
Venue: 10 Downing Street
Source: Reagan Library: NSA Head of State File (Box 36)
Editorial comments: Declassified 28 March 2000.
Importance ranking: Major
Word count: 183 words
Themes: Economic policy - theory and process, Monetary policy, Environment, Foreign policy (USA)

Declassified F96-107#317
By SMF, NARA, Date 3/28/00

10 Downing Street

10 January 1985

Dear Ron,

You will know that in response to their remit from the London Economic Summit Environment Ministers and officials representing the summit countries (with the exception of France) and the European Commission met in London on 17 December, under the chairmanship of the British Secretary of State for the Environment, Patrick Jenkin. I understand that the meeting was generally agreed to have been useful, and I am grateful for the helpful contribution which your own representative, Mr. Fitzhugh Green of the Environmental Protection Agency, made to the discussion.

I have sent a copy of the report which was agreed at the meeting to Chancellor Kohl as the Chairman of the next Economic Summit in Bonn. I have pleasure in enclosing a copy for your own information.

With warm best wishes,

Yours ever,