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Schengen Agreement

An agreement (later, convention) signed in 1985 to remove all frontier controls and permit free movement of persons between the participating countries. In 1999 it was incorporated into the European Union. Currently (2001), the participants include all EU countries except Ireland and the U.K., plus Iceland and Norway.



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