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Polish Internal Affairs Minister sees no impediment to Romania’s Schengen accession

Internal Affairs and Administration Minister Traian Igas met his Polish counterpart Jerzy Miller yesterday in Sopot, Poland, on the margins of the informal Justice and Internal Affairs Council where the Polish official relayed the Polish Presidency’s support for Romania’s Schengen accession, an Internal Affairs and Administration Ministry (MAI) communiqué shows. “Taking into account the fact that Romania has fully fulfilled the Schengen accession criteria, Jerzy Miller pointed out that he sees no impediment to Romania’s Schengen accession,” the communiqué reads.

The Polish official expressed his confidence that the European Commission’s CVM report that will be published later this week will reflect Romania’s progress in judicial reform and the fight against corruption.

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