EU position in the Partnership Council with the United Kingdom to extend the derogation from the obligation to delete PNR data of passengers after their departure from the UK - Main contents
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official titleProposal for a COUNCIL DECISION on the position to be taken on behalf of the European Union in the Partnership Council established by the Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community, of the one part, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, of the other part, regarding the extension of the interim period referred to in Article 552(11) of that Agreement during which the United Kingdom may derogate from the obligation to delete Passenger Name Record data of passengers after their departure from the United Kingdom
|Decision making procedure||non-legislative procedure;Non legislative enactments (NLE)|
|reference by COM-number i||COM(2022)646|
|procedure number i||2022/0382(NLE)|
|CELEX number i||52022PC0646|
|Decision||19-12-2022; Besluit 2022/2574|
|Publication in Official Journal i||28-12-2022; OJ L 334 p. 96-98|
- Decision 2022/2574 - EU position within the Partnership Council established by the Trade and Cooperation Agreement with the United Kingdom as regards the extension of the interim period referred to in Article 552(11) of that Agreement during which the United Kingdom may derogate from the obligation to delete Passenger Name Record data of passengers after their departure from the United Kingdom
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