26 April 2021
A revised document from the German Presidency of the Council setting out the process for entering data on suspected 'foreign fighters', received from non-EU states, in the SIS.
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NOTE from: Presidency to: Delegations: Defining a process for evaluating and possibly entering information from third countries on suspected Foreign Terrorist Fighters in the Schengen Information System (Council document 11564/3/20 REV 3, 16 November 2020, LIMITE, pdf)
The process involves evaluation and coordination by member states' police authorities, intelligence services and Europol, alongside cooperation with the intelligence agencies of third countries.
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