EU and Tunisia establish mobility Partnership

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"Through this Partnership, the EU and Tunisia will cooperate together to better meet the challenges faced in the Mediterranean," Commissioner Malmström said.

The two sides will initiate negotiations to facilitate visa applications


EU and Tunisia formally established a Mobility Partnership on 3 March, providing a flexible and non-legally binding framework for ensuring that the movement of people between the two sides can be managed effectively.

A joint declaration was signed by Cecilia Malmström, EU Commissioner for Home Affairs, Mr. Tahar Cherif, Tunisian Ambassador to Belgium and the European Union, and the Ministers of the ten EU Member States involved in the Mobility Partnership: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Spain, Fr...


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