Eu-Turkey Agreement Official Document

In a separate deed filed at the same time as the motion, the applicant requested that the case be dealt with in according the expedited procedure under Article 152 of the Tribunal`s Procedure Regulation. 3. The readmission requirement in paragraph 1 of this article applies to the Member State that has issued a visa or residence permit. If two or more Member States have issued a visa or residence permit, the readmission requirement in paragraph 1 is for the Member State that has issued the document with a longer validity period or, if one or more of them have already expired, the document is valid. If all documents have already expired, the readmission requirement in paragraph 1 applies to the Member State that issued the document containing the last expiry date. Where these documents cannot be provided, the readmission obligation referred to in paragraph 1 applies to the Member State that has left the last departure. The applicant disputes the allegation that the European Council can, on the one hand, to argue that the members of this institution acted in this case in their capacity as representatives of their governments or states and argues, on the other hand, that The Member States were thus in a position to act on behalf of the Union by linking them to a third country by what it calls the `attacked agreement`, which is otherwise contrary to the domestic law standards of the applicable EU law. formal written presentation of a statement of the person concerned in legal or administrative proceedings. In its reply of 18 November 2016, the Commission informed the Court in its reply that the vocabulary used in the EU-Turkey declaration, in particular the use of the word `will` in the English version, saves money on the vocabulary used in the EU-Turkey declaration, in particular the use of the word `will` in the English version.

that this was not a legally binding agreement, but a political agreement reached by the “members of the European Council, i.e. the heads of state or government of the Member States, the President of the European Council and the President of the Commission,” which is in its entirety presented in the text of press release 144/16 on the 18 March 2016 meeting and the EU-Turkey declaration. certificates of nationality and other official documents clearly stating or declaring nationality. 5. If, for reasons of law or fact, the person concerned cannot be transferred during the validity period of the original travel document issued, the competent diplomatic mission or the consulate of that Member State issues, within three working days, a new travel document of the same validity period. Where there is no diplomatic or consular representation of a Member State in Turkey or if the required Member State has not issued the travel document within three working days, the response to the request for readmission is considered to be the travel document necessary for the readmission of the person concerned. Secondly, with regard to the content of the EU-Turkey declaration, the use of the term `members of the European Council` and the indication that it was the European Union, the Member States of the European Union which have concluded agreements with the Republic of Turkey on additional points of action, certainly, at the meeting of 18 March 2016, the representatives of the Member States of the European Union acted in their capacity as members of the body of the “European Council” and decided, notwithstanding the incompetence expressly mentioned in Article 15, paragraph 1 of the EUF, to conclude an agreement with that third country outside the procedure set out in Article 218 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.