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The Negotiation Of Community Readmission Agreements

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This chapter analyses the negotiation process of Community readmission agreements. It first details the manner in which the third countries were selected for the conclusion of a readmission agreement at the Community level. It then discusses the current state of negotiations country-by-country. The chapter also provides several general observations regarding the readmission negotiations. It was found that after more than six years of negotiating Community readmission agreements with third countries, the overall results have been limited. The chapter identifies the main reason for the limited results as being the reluctance of third countries to conclude a readmission agreement with the Community, unless their demands for concrete quid pro quo are met. Finally, it notes that the Member States have continued to conduct negotiations with some of the readmission countries at the national level, at times infringing upon the division of competence as implicitly agreed upon in 1999.

Keywords: community readmission agreements; European community member states; readmission negotiations; third countries

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