So that Justice Minister Dražen Bošnjaković will certainly have to dazzle well in Brussels to explain the quality of the Croatian judiciary .Withing to announce that Croatia could meet the technical conditions for Calendar November 2018 entry into Schengen by the end of the year, and the remaining recommendations of the European Commission in the total of eight areas of the Schengen acquis should be met.
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By continuing technical equipment and protecting the external border, border police and her training. For these purposes, they use funds from the Internal Security Fund, from which 22 projects were approved for the purpose of strengthening, equipping and training the border police in the total amount of 18.412.345 euros. Significant progress has been made in other areas of the Schengen acquis, the MUP claims.
Thus all the requirements in the area of data protection and firearms regulation have been met and in all other areas – police cooperation, return and re-admission, SIS, joint visa policy and judicial co-operation in criminal matters – the remaining normative, technical and project preparation are at a far-reaching stage of execution. The current escalation of the migration crisis at the border with BiH will surely serve as an exemplary example of whether Croatia can cope with the pressure of preserving the Schengen border and it can be expected that the technical part of the work will be done in line with expectations by the end of this year.
Rumunjska and Bulgaria from 2011. , when it was planned to enter, regularly require entry into the Schengen area. However, they are also regularly refused, pointing to deficiencies in the areas of the rule of law and the fight against corruption. Two countries meet technical criteria, but once again some member states, primarily Germany, the Netherlands and France, express doubts about their possible entry into Schengen.
Key to Croatia’s entry into Schengen is Slovenia, whose political elite has already announced it not to exclude the blockade because Zagreb refuses to acknowledge the results of the arbitration decision on the border. The new Slovenian government, Marjan Šarec, in which former Prime Minister Miro Cerar, the Foreign Minister, has already said that he will pursue the current policy in which he will ask Croatia to make an arbitration decision and will not be reluctant to use all the levers available to them.
One of them is certainly blocking Croatia’s ambitions for membership in Schengen and international organizations such as the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), as already demonstrated in the example. Again, the government of Mire Cerar has filed a lawsuit against the European Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg, by refusing to accept arbitration, violated the principles of the rule of law and to undermine Slovenia’s ability to enforce EU laws and violate the Schengen rules.
In Ljubljana, it is considered that a country that violates European rules can not be a member of Schengen. The path to the OECD was blocked by Hungary as Croatia does not respect the decision of the arbitral Calendar November 2018 tribunal related to MOL and it would be no wonder that it will block us with Slovenia when it comes to the Schengen time.