giovedì, settembre 03, 2009

EP could postpone debate on visa abolition for Western Balkans due to administrative error



A group of members of the European Parliament could ask EP presidents to delay a debate on the European Commission decision lifting visas for the citizens of FYRMacedonia, Serbia and Montenegro, due to an error in the agenda, Bosnian daily "Dnevni Avaz" reports Wednesday.

A group of members of the European Parliament could ask EP presidents to delay a debate on the European Commission decision lifting visas for the citizens of FYRMacedonia, Serbia and Montenegro, due to an error in the agenda, Bosnian daily "Dnevni Avaz" reports Wednesday.

The debate was included in the agenda of EP's coming session in Strasbourg - which was due to take place on Sept. 14-17. However, an error has been made in its preparation - Bosnia &Herzegovina was listed instead of Montenegro.

Nevertheless, this doesn't mean that MEPs oppose the abolition of visas for FYRMacedonia, Serbia and Montenegro, the newspaper reports.

This administrative error, despite being bizarre, could open an opportunity for BiH to be included in the list of countries eligible for visa-free regime unless it meets the required conditions, sources from Brussels told the newspaper.
Certo che siamo in buone mani...

3 Comments:

At 2:30 PM, Blogger Lina said...

non sanno piu' che inventarsi !

 
At 10:04 AM, Blogger Boris Levalle said...

Maybe for the first time Bosnians will benefit from a mistake made in Europe. I think they deserve it...

 
At 12:15 PM, Blogger beppe said...

Ya it would be fair!
Too sad we pay those silly bureaucrats with our taxes ;)

 

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