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Croatia gets green light for Schengen admission from European Parliament

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With a 534-53 majority, the parliament voted in favour of lifting the remaining border controls between the Schengen area and Croatia. A final decision will now have to be taken by the EU Council, consisting of the EU's 27 government leaders. Croatia applied for EU membership in 2003 and joined the bloc in 2013. It is the first expansion of the currency bloc in almost eight years.
Published 3 months ago · Zagreb, Croatia

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