ABOLOSHING OF VISA REQUIREMENTS
The European Commission will adopt on 14 July in Strasbourg a motion for abolishing of the Schengen visa requirement for the citizens of Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro, the MMakfax agency informs.
The European Commission Vice-President Responsible of Justice, Freedom and Security - Jacques Barrot, and the EU Commissioner for Enlargment - Olli Rehn, will elaborate the proposal, Makfax agency says.
Immediately after adoption, the proposal will be delivered to the Council and the European Parliament.
The Italian Foreign Minister, Franco Frattini, gave a similar statement today in Romania.
"I hope that liberalization of the visa regime for three important Western Balkan's countries - Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro - will be realized in the following weeks," Frattini had said after the meeting with his Romanian counterpart Cristian Diaconescu, as quoted by Makfax.