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EU lawmakers approve visa free travel for Kosovo
European Union lawmakers on Tuesday gave the green light for citizens from Kosovo to travel freely in Europe without visas from 2024,
Turkish citizens could travel to the EU visa-free after May election
Turkey could gain visa-free access to the EU within months, Erdogan rival claims.
Croatia drops air border controls for Schengen zone countries
Croatia joined the Schengen Area in January. Now air borders have been dropped in the passport-free travel zone.
Croatia lifts air borders for Schengen zone countries
Travellers flying between Croatia and other Schengen zone countries will no longer have to go through border controls, marking the final step after the Balkan country officially joined the world's largest free travel area on 1 January.
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Which country is the most welcoming? A new index claims to have answered this impossible question.
New EU border controls pushed back
The EU's post-Brexit Entry/Exit System (EES) will no longer launch in May.
EU to scrap testing for travellers from China by the end of the month
France has already loosened entry rules for tourists arriving from China.
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The Blue Card scheme aims to attract skilled workers to the EU.
Why EU passport stamps will soon be a thing of the past
Manual stamping of passports "is time consuming...and does not allow a systematic detection of overstayers,” says the EU.
People in Croatia rejoice as border queues become a thing of the past
"Seamless travel will bring tangible results for people living along the border, working across the border or having family on both sides of the border," said EU chief Ursula von der Leyen.
EU chief celebrates 'immense achievements' of member Croatia
The chief of the European Union visited Croatia on Sunday to celebrate the “immense achievements” of the newest EU member nation, which switched to using the euro and joined the world’s largest passport-free travel area on New Year's Day.
Croatia's big day: Balkan nation adopts euro and joins Schengen zone
Croatia has officially adopted the euro as its currency and entered the borderless Schengen zone
Locals wary as Hungary-Croatia border controls are removed
Residents in Hungary's border town of Letenye said that traffic through the town had already decreased with the construction of a motorway
Croatia welcomes 2023 by joining Eurozone and Schengen area
As of Sunday, Croatia will become a member of both the Eurozone and the Schengen area.
No more travel restrictions in the EU, thanks to new advice
The Council of the European Union has updated its travel recommendations to lift all COVID-19 related restrictions.
Romania blasts Austria for 'inexplicable, unjustified' Schengen veto
In a high-stakes meeting of interior ministers, Austria was the only country that opposed Romania's accession into Schengen.
Croatia allowed in but Romania and Bulgaria still left out of Schengen
Austria argues a new influx of asylum-seekers through the Western Balkan route is reason enough to postpone Schengen enlargement.
Romania and Bulgaria's Schengen dreams in major doubt ahead of vote
"Austria is the main hold-out," said a senior EU diplomat ahead of a key vote on Thursday.
Prospects dim for Schengen accession of Romania and Bulgaria
Interior ministers are scheduled to meet on Thursday to vote on the accession of Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria.
EU-Kosovo visa proposal is 'a political one', say experts
Under draft laws, Kosovar citizens could soon travel to the EU without a visa for a period of stay of 90 days over a six-month period