Turkey and EU sign readmission agreement

December 2013
Journal of Turkish Weekly;12/16/2013, p7
Academic Journal
The article discusses a readmission agreement signed between Turkey and the European Union (UN) in exchange for talks on visa liberalization for Turkish citizens. The visa liberalization will allow Turkish citizens to travel to EU countries without a visa within 3-1/2 years and facilitate the return of citizens of non-member countries traveling to Europe illegally. European Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmstrom signed the readmission agreement on behalf of the EU.


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