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Visa Liberalisation Report: Questions and Answers

What is the Commission presenting today?

The Commission is today reporting on the functioning of the visa-free regime with the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia) as well as the Eastern Partnership countries (Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine).

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Raporti i Liberalizimit të Vizave: Pyetje dhe Përgjigje

Çfarë po paraqet Komisioni sot?

Komisioni po raporton sot për funksionimin e regjimit pa viza me vendet e Ballkanit Perëndimor (Shqipëria, Bosnja dhe Hercegovina, ish-Republika Jugosllave e Maqedonisë, Mali i Zi dhe Serbia), si dhe me vendet e Partneritetit Lindor (Moldavia, Gjeorgjia dhe Ukraina).

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The Commission is today reporting on the continuous fulfilment of the visa liberalisation benchmarks by the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia) as well as the Eastern Partnership countries (Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine).

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Komisioni raporton sot për përmbushjen e vazhdueshme të standardeve për liberalizimin e vizave nga vendet e Ballkanit Perëndimor (Shqipëria, Bosnja dhe Hercegovina, ish-Republika Jugosllave e Maqedonisë, Mali i Zi dhe Serbia), si dhe nga vendet e Partneritetit Lindor (Moldavia, Gjeorgjia dhe Ukraina).the Eastern Partnership countries (Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine).

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71 millions d'euros (46,5 milliards de F CFA) ont été déboursés le 18 décembre 2017 sur le compte du Trésor du Mali, dans le cadre de la tranche 2017 de l'appui budgétaire général UE 2015-2017.

In line with the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) as reviewed in November 2015, this report seeks to encompass a new style of assessment. It covers the period since 1 January 2015 until November 2017 and focusses on key developments and reform efforts, in particular in the priority areas agreed at the 2015 Riga Eastern Partnership Summit, according to which this report is structured.

La nouvelle règlementation, qui entrera en vigueur à partir du 1er janvier 2018, introduit notamment la nécessité de munir les tomates importées au sein de l'Union européenne, quelle que soit leur pays d'origine, de certificats phytosanitaires issus des autorités compétentes (cf. la Directive d'exécution au point 25.7.2). Par conséquent, à partir du 1er janvier, les tomates seront soumises à un contrôle phytosanitaire aux points d'entrée de l'Union européenne.

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