07 September 2021
Documents concerning all meetings of the Future Group on Travel Intelligence and Border Management
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In relation to all meetings of the 'Future Group on Travel Intelligence and Border Management' (as referred to here), please provide:
- Attendee lists
- Minutes/outcome of proceedings/meeting reports
- Any presentations or papers (e.g. reports, briefings, working documents, etc.) listed in the agendas of the meeting(s); provided to participants before, during or after the meeting(s); presented at the meeting(s); and/or circulated for discussion beforehand or during the meeting(s).
'Meeting' should be taken to mean a meeting, workshop, conference, forum, or any other such 'formal' discussion format.
The time period concerned by this request is that from the date of the first meeting of the Future Group/Programme Board to the present
|Date request submitted|
|Date registered||5 August 2020|
|Deadline extended?||Yes, on 26 August 2020|
|Date response received||
16 September 2020
|Full access granted?||No: 25 documents identified, 17 attached in response to request, with some non-disclosed parts|
Undermining of internal decision making processes
No overriding public interest
Rapid border intervention; Greece 2020
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