The Schengen Agreement and the free movement of persons (1991)

Following the signing of the Schengen Agreement on 14 June 1985 by the Federal Republic of Germany, Belgium, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, the Schengen Convention, signed on 19 June 1990, defines the rules governing the conditions for the free movement of persons within the signatory States.

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Source: 1991 - Signature à Schengen. Schengen. Couleur.

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The Schengen Agreement and the free movement of persons (1991)