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NOTE that the facilitation of visa issuance should not lead to illegal immigration and that it must pay particular attention to security and readmission: “The agreement on the facilitation of visa issuance is the legal framework for the implementation of the function of facilitating the free movement of persons. And it also combines with another important document, the readmission agreement. We have some problems with the implementation of the visa facilitation agreement, because we are very sensitive to various issues that are regularly raised by our fellow citizens. We have a platform to discuss these issues regularly with the EU. We conduct a regular dialogue at all times and address all issues that are problematic for our citizens,” said the FM. Statement from the European Union on the documents to be submitted when applying for a short-stay visa. In these circumstances, the authorities of Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Armenia should conclude bilateral agreements without delay to facilitate the issuance of short-stay visas in a manner similar to that of the EU-Armenia agreement. Through reforms, Armenia should prove that it is capable of modernising the country and creating a solid foundation for democracy, human rights and the rule of law by bringing its governance structure closer to EU standards. During 2017, important events took place in relations between Armenia and the EU, which will serve as the basis for closer cooperation, particularly in the area of mobility. In January 2017, the European Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, told the winter session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (CAP) that the EU was interested in improving mobility and assured that “negotiations on the issue of visa liberalisation” with Armenia will resume.

Agreements facilitating the issuance of visas promote contact between citizens between citizens and nationals of non-EU countries. The agreements facilitate the issuance of visas for short-term stays and do not exceed 90 days of stay within 180 days. The visa requirement for nationals of Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina for stays in the Schengen area for up to 90 days during a semester from 15 December 2010 has also been lifted. This applies only to biometric passport holders. Nationals who do not hold a biometric passport still require a visa, in which case the above visa facilitation agreements apply. 3. In an emergency, the time to decide on a visa application can be reduced to 2 working days or less. On 19 December 2009, the visa requirement for nationals of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia for stays in the Schengen area for up to 90 days over a period of one semester was lifted, provided they held a biometric passport (for example.

Appendix II, Part I of the EU Visa Regulation). As of its entry into force, this agreement prevails over the provisions of bilateral or multilateral agreements or agreements between certain Member States and Armenia, as the provisions of these latest agreements or arrangements deal with issues dealt with by this agreement. Kosovo nationals remain subject to the visa requirement, even if they hold a Serbian passport. In light of the joint statements of the Eastern Partnership summits in Prague and Warsaw on 7 May 2009 and 30 September 2011, respectively, and which expressed political support for the liberalisation of the visa regime in a safe environment, the meeting discussed issues related to the implementation of the EU-Armenia visa facilitation agreement.

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