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Europe Day: Quiz


Question 1: [2 ] The ________ formally recognised the May 9 holiday in October 2008.
European ParliamentEuropean UnionEuropean CommissionBarroso Commission

Question 2: The Constitution's replacement, the ________, contains a declaration by sixteen members supporting the symbols.
Treaties of the European UnionEuropean UnionEuropean CouncilTreaty of Lisbon

Question 3: 9 May is celebrated in various forms in most member states of the European Union and surrounding countries such as ________, although the day is generally not observed in the United Kingdom due to euroscepticism.
CyprusTurkish peopleCroatiaTurkey

Question 4: In ________, Europe Day is an annual celebration of peace and unity in Europe.
BalkansEastern EuropeEuropeWestern Europe

Question 5: There are two separate Europe Days, taking place on 5 May and 9 May, established by the ________ (CoE) and the European Union (EU) respectively.
Federal EuropeKyoto ProtocolCouncil of EuropeEuropean integration

Question 6: In 1985, the ________ (which later became the European Union) adopted the European symbols of the Council of Europe such as the Flag of Europe.
European Economic CommunityEuropean integrationEuropean CommunitiesEuropean Coal and Steel Community

Question 7: The declaration proposed the pooling of French and West German coal and steel industries, leading to the creation of the ________, the first European Community, and hence is considered a principle founding moment.
European Coal and Steel CommunityEuropean UnionEuropean CommunitiesEuropean Economic Community

Question 8: However, the Community leaders decided to hold their Europe Day in commemoration of the ________ of 9 May 1950.
Schuman DeclarationEuropean Economic CommunityEuropean Coal and Steel CommunityEuropean Communities

Question 9: Hence, at the 1985 Milan ________, 9 May was adopted as the EU's flag day.
Barroso CommissionEuropean ParliamentEuropean UnionEuropean Council

Question 10: Europe Day is one of a number of ________ designed to foster unity among Europeans.
EurozoneSymbols of EuropeEnlargement of the European UnionEuropean integration


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