Delegation to Peru
27/02/2014 - Commissioner Malmström on the European Parliament vote: visa-free travel for the nationals of 19 third countries moves one step closer
For Peru and Colombia, an additional step will be required: the European Commission will only seek the Council's mandate to authorise negotiations of such agreements after it has presented a positive risk assessment confirming that these two countries meet the criteria to enjoy visa-free, in particular those related to irregular migration and public policy and security.
Only respect for fundamental rights, constructive and respectful dialogue and tolerance can help Venezuela to find a way out of its current violent crisis, Members of the European Parliament said in a vote on Thursday, February 27th . They condemned all acts of violence and loss of life and asked for an ad-hoc delegation of the European Parliament to be sent to Venezuela as soon as possible.
The EU would offer talented non-EU students and researchers better living and working conditions so as to boost its member states' long-run competitiveness, under draft rules backed by the European Parliament. The rules would also clarify entry and residence conditions for foreign trainees, volunteers, school pupils and au pairs.
Working together in Peru
The project, operating in Lima, aims at contributing to the social and economic integration of lower-income families by designing and managing social programmes in co-operation with the local strategic partners.
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