The EU must grant visa free travel to Kosovo

By |februar 12th, 2019|EU visa policy, EU-Kosovo relations, Kosovo, News, visa liberalisation|

The EU finally needs to make good on its oft-repeated promise to grant visa free travel to Kosovo, says Behgjet Pachouli.

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Bolivia chases Schengen visa exemption

By |julij 18th, 2017|Bolivia, Brazil, EU visa policy, News, Peru, Schengen, visa liberalisation|

Bolivia wants visa-free travel for its citizens in the Schengen area and for Brussels to offer the same perks it does to other Latin American countries. EURACTIV Spain reports.

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Doubts over Trump’s policies on Russia, trade and climate remain after first EU meeting

By |maj 25th, 2017|Climate Change, Donald Trump, Donald Tusk, EU visa policy, EU-US relations, EU-US trade relations, Jean-Claude Juncker, laptop ban, Nato, News, Paris Agreement, Russia, TTIP, visa-free travel|

European Council President Donald Tusk has said he and US President Donald Trump have not seen common ground on climate, trade or Russia in their first meeting. They did agree on security and counterterrorism, he said.

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Commission will not require visas for US citizens as ‘retaliation’

By |maj 3rd, 2017|Bulgaria, CETA, Croatia, Cyprus, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Donald Trump, EU visa policy, EU-US relations, News, Poland, Romania, visa liberalisation, visa reciprocity, visa-free travel|

The European Commission has decided not to require visas for Americans travelling to Europe, rejecting calls from MEPs to retaliate against US visa requirements for citizens of five member states.

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