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Schengen Agreement

Published June 14, 1985

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Schengen Agreement

The Schengen Agreement is a convention between Germany, France, and the countries of the Benelux Economic Union and was signed on June 14, 1985. The treaty allowed for "gradual abolition of checks at common borders" and was integrated into EU law in 1997.

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