Mujo, Mile and Štefica in the Jaws of Transition
But not to the UK, by the looks of it...
Yes, the agreement only applies to the Šengenka.
Two steps forward, one step backward
Oh, my. A similar thing happened in the US last summer, when passport requirements were introduced (by the US) for Mexico, Canada, and other countries to which US citizens could previously travel without a passport. The passport agency immediately received 5 million applications for new passports, and since they were completely unprepared for this, turned over the processing work in some places to temp agencies. The stated purpose of the measure was to increase security, but nobody was able to explain how security was enhanced by increasing the likelihood that passport applications would be approved without being reviewed.
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