11 May 2018
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Changes to the Commission proposal are marked in bold italics and
New changes to the Commission proposal compared to ST 7651/18 are marked in bold italics underline and
Delegations are invited to note that the corresponding recitals will be adjusted at a later stage."
See: Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on establishing a framework for interoperability between EU information systems (borders and visa)(8621/18, LIMITE, 8 May 2018, pdf)
Includes a number of footnotes listing Member States' scrutiny reservations.
Briefing: The interoperability of Justice and Home Affairs databases(March 2018)
The legal proposals on interoperability are available here: "Interoperability": Plans to link all Justice & Home Affairs databases into one centralised system(17 December 2017)
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