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Schengen - Romania and Bulgaria: Council called upon to forward its data to the European Parliament. Joseph Daul MEP, Chairman of the EPP Group

Date

03 Feb 2011

Sections

Enlargement

BG and RO language versions will be available on the EPP Group website soon

 

The Chairman of the main European parliamentary Group (EPP Group), Joseph Daul MEP, has asked the President-in-Office of the Council of the European Union, Viktor Orbán, to forward the SCHE-VAL Report to the European Parliament on the state of the preparation of Romania and Bulgaria for the Schengen area.

 

"The EPP Group hopes that, in the interests of transparency and efficiency, the Council forwards this document to the European Parliament, for information, as soon as possible", underlined Joseph Daul in his letter to Viktor Orbán.

 

The European Parliament is consulted on the accession of Romania and Bulgaria to the Schengen area and the EPP Group believes it must have its say based on the real effects.

 

(Translation from the original French)

 

For further information:

Joseph DAUL MEP, Chairman of the EPP Group, Tel: +32-2-2847525

Antoine Ripoll, Chairman's Spokesman, Tel: +32-475-856290

 

Notes to Editors:

The EPP Group is by far the largest political group in the European Parliament with 265 Members.
 

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