The European Commission has recommended on 27 September that the Council authorise the start of negotiations for an EU-Japan Agreement to allow the transfer and use of Passenger Name Record data, aiming to prevent and combat terrorism and transnational crime.
The Agreement highlights the key strategic partnership between the EU and Japan. It will set out the framework for the exchange of PNR data, in accordance with the Charter of Fundamental Rights.
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