Schengen Agreement


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Schengen Agreement

n (Pol) → Schengener Abkommen nt
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Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland are non-EU signatories to the Schengen Agreement.
Muscat: A circular has been issued by the Ministry of Tourism to a number of travel and tourism agents in the Sultanate about providing tourist visas without sponsor to citizens of India, China and Russia who are residents or having entry visas for USA or Canada or Australia or UK or the Schengen Agreement.
Of the 26 countries bound by the Schengen agreement, 22 are part of the European Union and four part of the European Free Trade Area.
The original signatories of the Schengen Agreement were Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.
The representatives of European civil society are concerned about the pressure being put on the Schengen Agreement and its use as an easy scapegoat for all the shortcomings in the management of Europe's borders.
Yvette Cooper has called for the system that allows passport-free travel within most member states, known as the Schengen Agreement, to be ended to allow the migration crisis to be controlled.
In accordance with the Schengen Agreement and the Nordic Passport Union, there have usually been no passport inspections when crossing the border over the bridge.
Startfor analysts believe that the tragedy will have a huge impact on the European Union's policies, especially the Schengen Agreement.
The Schengen Agreement took effect in 1995 and abolished the EU's internal borders, enabling passport-free movement across the bloc, (http://www.
The migrant crisis is putting pressure on the Schengen Agreement, which abolished the EU's internal borders, enabling passport-free movement across most of the bloc.
The President of the European Commission, J-C Juncker, considers the two greatest achievements of the EU are: 1) The creation of the euro - good for Germany, a disaster for the rest, especially the 'Club Med' countries; 2) The Schengen agreement, to create a borderless EU - how's that working out, by the way?
The Schengen Agreement allows travel without internal border checks between 22 EU member countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.