Slovenia to Negotiate on Free Movement of Persons on Friday

Ljubljana, 31 May - Free movement of persons will be on the agenda of the next round of Slovenia's accession negotiations with the EU, scheduled for Friday. After Spain withdrew its blockade and final technical obstacles have been removed, the 15-nation bloc adopted the common negotiating standpoint, by which current EU members will be able to protect their labour markets for up to seven years after new members join the Union.

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