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Final EP debates on Bulgaria’s and Romania’s preparedness for Schengen

07. June 2011. | 10:45

Source: BNR

The European Parliament in Strasbourg will stage today the final debate on the report for the preparedness of Bulgaria and Romania to join the Schengen area.

The European Parliament in Strasbourg will stage today the final debate on the report for the preparedness of Bulgaria and Romania to join the Schengen area.

The document marks that the two countries are ready to implement the Schengen regulations to a sufficient degree but that there remain certain problems as well and they require regular monitoring.

Bulgaria is expected to work out a special plan of action and measures for enhanced protection of the land borders with Greece and Turkey in case of an increasing immigrant pressure.

It is expected the report to be endorsed with a considerable majority because the largest parliamentary floors – that of the European People’s Party and the Socialists demand the admission of Bulgaria and Romania in Schengen this year.

Their argument is that the two countries have met the technical criteria without additional tasks to be put forth.


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