EP recommends visa liberalization

The European Parliament has voted to recommend to the EU interior ministers that visas for Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia be abolished as of Dec. 19.

Izvor: Tanjug

Thursday, 12.11.2009.

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The European Parliament has voted to recommend to the EU interior ministers that visas for Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia be abolished as of Dec. 19. Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Djelic and European Commission Vice President Jacques Barrot attended the vote. EP recommends visa liberalization The recommendation will be forwarded to the interior ministers who will make the final decision on November 30. Media in Belgrade are reporting that Serbians would then be able to travel visa-free to all EU countries – except the United Kingdom and Ireland – and also to non-EU states Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. Serbians will be able to stay in those countries up to 90 days during six months.

EP recommends visa liberalization

The recommendation will be forwarded to the interior ministers who will make the final decision on November 30.

Media in Belgrade are reporting that Serbians would then be able to travel visa-free to all EU countries – except the United Kingdom and Ireland – and also to non-EU states Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.

Serbians will be able to stay in those countries up to 90 days during six months.

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