Agreement On The Free Movement Of Persons Switzerland

37.363 L 0607: Council Directive 63/607/EEC of 15 October 1963 implementing the provisions of the general programme to lift restrictions on freedom to provide services (OJ 159, 2.11.1963) for the film industry. In order to facilitate the taking up and pursuit of an activity as an employed or self-employed person by nationals of the Member States of the European Community and of Switzerland, and the provision of services, the Contracting Parties shall take the necessary measures, in accordance with Annex III, as regards the mutual recognition of diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications and the coordination of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Contracting Parties relating to the taking up and pursuit of the duties of employed and self-employed persons and to the provision of services. 36.382 L 0470: Council Directive 82/470/EEC of 29 June 1982 on measures to facilitate the effective exercise of freedom of establishment and freedom to provide services in respect of self-employed activities in certain transport and travel agencies (ISIC Group 718) and in storage and storage (ISIC Group 720) (OJ L 347, 31.12.1982, p. 1). Oj L 213, 21.7.1982, p. 1): The result of the referendum on the extension of free movement to Bulgaria and Romania, which joined the EU on 1 January 2007, led Switzerland not to comply with its obligations to the EU. In September 2009, the Swiss government declared that bilateral treaties were not solutions and that the accession debate needed to be re-examined[35], while the Left Green Party and the Social Democratic Party declared that they would renew their commitment to Switzerland`s accession to the EU. [36] 53. 368 L 0192: Council Directive 68/192/EEC of 5 April 1968 on free access to the various forms of credit for farmers who are nationals of one Member State and who are established in another Member State (OJ L 347, 27.12.1968, p. 1). OJ L 93, 17.4.1968, p. 13), as amended by: 3. He is also entitled to training in vocational training establishments and in vocational training and rehabilitation centres on the same basis and under the same conditions as national workers.

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