22 July 2021
Management Board decision 36/2021 of 16 June 2021
MANAGEMENT BOARD DECISION 36/2021 of 16 June 2021 authorising the Executive Director to negotiate working arrangements with selected third countries
1. The Executive Director is hereby authorised to renew or negotiate working arrangements with the competent authorities of the following countries :
a. Bosnia and Herzegovina (renewal)
b. Canada (renewal)
c. Federal Republic of Nigeria (renewal)
d. Islamic Republic of Mauritania (new)
e. Kingdom of Morocco (new)
f. Kosovo* (renewal)
g. Montenegro (renewal)
h. Republic of Cabo Verde (renewal)
i. Republic of Moldova (renewal)
j. Republic of North Macedonia (renewal)
k. Republic of Senegal (new)
l. Republic of Serbia (renewal)
m. Republic of the Gambia (new)
n. Republic of the Niger (new)
o. Ukraine (renewal)
p. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (new)
q. United States of America (renewal)
2. Negotiations of working arrangements with the third countries listed in the first paragraph of this Article may only commence once the Commission draws up a model for the working arrangements in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 76(2) of the Regulation.
3. Proposals for authorising the Executive Director to negotiate working arrangements with other selected third countries may be put forward via written procedure.
Entry into Force
This decision enters into force on the day following its adoption.
Done in Warsaw, 16 June 2021.
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