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Published on February 25th, 2019 | by Konstantina.Liontou

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Political agreement reached on closing the gaps between EU information systems

The Commission welcomes that the European Parliament and the Member States in the Council have, today, reached an agreement on our proposals to close important security gaps between EU information systems for security, migration and border management.

A political priority for 2018-2019, the interoperability framework will ensure, when implemented, that existing and future EU information systems can talk to each other. EU border guards and police officers will soon have more efficient access to the information they need – when and where they need it – in order to do their jobs.

Read what First Vice-President Frans Timmermans, Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos and Commissioner Julian King had to say here.

To learn more about what interoperability means, and which EU information systems for security, migration and border management will become even more useful as a result, you can read our dedicated factsheets:

More information here.





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