Grand Lodges of Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria and Luxembourg have started negotiations with the Grand Lodge of France on 12 September 2012

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Brussels, Belgium. On September 12, 2012, while in London was taking place the Quarterly Communication of the United Grand Lodge of England, in Brussels was held a meeting attended by the Grand Masters of the Grand Lodges of Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria and Luxembourg.

As a result of the Basel Declaration and the Declaration of Berlin, the Brussels Declaration comes to support the concerted action of the 5 Grand Lodges to recognizes a new Grand Lodge in France. The Brussels Declaration was communicated to all Grand Lodges in the world in amity with the 5 Grand Lodges in Europe.

Following negotiations between representatives of GLdF and GL-AMF (Alain Juillet and Dominique Moreau) and the Grand Masters of Europe was established a joint agenda, proposing to undertake an assessment of the results in early December this year.

The goal is to find a central project for a new regular Obedience in France and possibly to recognize it internationally at the level of regular Freemasonry.


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