EU: Council of the European Union: Classified information, Football, Schengen, Migration and European External Action Service (EEAS)

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- CLASSIFIED INFORMATION and the European Parliament: Interinstitutional Agreement between the European Parliament and the Council concerning the forwarding to and handling by the European Parliament of classified information held by the Council on matters other than those in the area of the Common Foreign and Security Policy - Council implementing arrangements (pdf) This includes international agreements on which the European Parliament is to be consulted or is required to give its consent pursuant to Article 218(6) TFEU; or negotiating directives for agreements - vetted MEPs and assistants will be allowed to see Classified documents but will not be able to make notes or directly refer to what they have seen.

- FOOTBALL: Draft annual Action Plan implementing the 2011-2013 EU Work Programme on further measures designed to maximise safety and security in connection with sports events, in particular football matches, with an international dimension (pdf)

- SCHENGEN GOVERNANCE: Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EC) No 562/2006 in order to provide for common rules on the temporary reintroduction of border control at internal borders in exceptional circumstances - Revised draft compromise text (pdf)

- EUROPOL: Revision of Europol's legal basis (pdf): includes "Facilitating access by Europol to private-sector held information"

- Draft Council Conclusions on the Global Approach to Migration and Mobility (8361-12, pdf)

- EEAS: Guidelines on the use of "Visting Experts" in the context of civilian CSDP missions (pdf)

- EEAS: Report by the High Representative to the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission of 22 December 2011 (pdf)

- EEAS: EU Military Lessons Learned (LL) Concept (pdf): "This document provides an overarching concept, the core of which is a revised process which describes how EU military lessons (and, where appropriate, civilian lessons) can be learned, in order to develop and improve the military contribution to CSDP."

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