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European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS): latest four-column document from trilogue negotiations
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Statewatch is publishing the latest four-column document from the secret trilogue negotiations between the Council, Parliament and Commission on the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), which will introduce an electronic system for travel authorisation for nationals of countries who do not require a visa to visit the EU.

The document shows the text of the Commission proposal, the the European Parliament and the Council positions on the text, and compromises, where they have been reached.

Also included here are previous trilogue documents published by Statewatch.

Trilogue documents: Proposal for a Regulation establishing a European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS)

5 March 2017 (latest version)

19 February 2017

1 February 2017

22 December 2017 (relevant amendments to Europol Regulation 2016/794)

11 December 2017

5 December 2017

See also: Council documents published by Statewatch on 2 January 2018

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