06 September 2021
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1. Copies of any passages of text referring to fundamental rights found in the assessment of the situation in Morocco and Senegal, conducted by Spanish authorities and made available to Frontex on 25 April 2016, updated 16 August 2016, as referred to in the Annual report on the practical application of regulation EU No 656/2014 establishing rules for the surveillance of the external borders in the context of operational cooperation coordinated by Frontex (11501/17, 25 July 2017).
|Date request submitted||18 February 2021|
|Date registered||22 February 2021|
|Date response received||15 March 2021|
|Full access granted?||No|
|Confirmatory application?||Yes: Submitted 24 March 2021, resulting in release of heavily redacted documents (below)|
Public security (Article 4(a), first indent)
International relations (Article 4(a), third indent)
Not holding the relevant documents
Irregular Migration Management Application 2.0
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