|NOUN || an external border | external borders |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- The following table summarises the number of "irregular crossings" of the European Union's various external borders.
- This tribal-based theory suggested that external borders were weak or non-existent and that there were clear-cut internal borders.
- Milošević claimed that he opposed a confederal system but also declared that should a confederal system be created, the external borders of Serbia would be an "open question", insinuating that his government would pursue creating an enlarged Serbian federal republic if Yugoslavia was decentralized.
- The DG Taxation and Customs manages, defends and develops the customs union as a vital part of protecting the external borders of the European Union.
- Special emphasis has been placed on integrating remote regions with those that share external borders with the candidate countries.
- They should not entitle their holders to cross the external borders and should not be endorsed with a visa."
- The transfer marked the only time the external borders of the oblast changed between 1947 and present.
- He said the Fourth Amendment against unreasonable searches and seizures "offers little refuge for unenclosed land near one of the country’s external borders" and that environmental review had been properly waived by the DHS.
- Frontex, then officially the "European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union", was established by Council of Regulation (EC) 2007–2004.
- Currently, within Europe, the term is used either to describe dumping effect of external borders in commercial matters, or as a pejorative description of the state of immigration into the European Union.
- This agreement removed all passport checks at the internal Nordic borders, and required the Nordic countries to uphold passport control at the external borders.
- The new German border controls are to be primarily enforced both by the various "Landespolizei" of those German states that adjoin external borders, and in particular by the "Bundespolizei".
- It suggested there were no strong external borders, while allowing for the fairly clear-cut internal borders that were emerging as the society polarized into three parts.
- In August 2015, Russia made a supplementary submission for the expansion of the external borders of its continental shelf in the Arctic Ocean, asserting that the eastern part of the Lomonosov Ridge and the Mendeleyev Ridge are an extension of the Eurasian continent.
- Originally charged with guarding India's external borders, the BSF has been tasked with counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism operations.
- These forces are under the command of the National Assembly and its strategic principles include defending Sudan's external borders and preserving internal security.
- The Border Guard of Finland is one of the links of the chain of protectors of the external borders of the European Union and Schengen agreement.
- Thus, one may see only external borders within the chart, with the [...] region extending off the chart.
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