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Apreciação do Conselho de Fev 2007 (en)


5922/07 (Presse 16)


2781st Council meeting
Justice and Home Affairs
Brussels, 15 February 2007


President Mr Wolfgang SCHÄUBLE
Federal Minister of the Interior of Germany
Ms Brigitte ZYPRIES
Federal Minister of Justice of Germany



The Mixed Committee took note of the state of play of the SISone4all project. Portugal indicated that this project, which will allow, inter alia, removal of the control at the internal borders with the Member States which acceded in 2004, is going well and is on schedule.

Global rescheduling of the Schengen Information System II

It also took note of the Commission’s revised timetable for SISII. Commission Vice-President Franco Frattini announced that SISII is expected to be delayed by six months, and therefore it would be operational in mid-December 2008.

Network for SIS, SIRENE and Vision (SIS-NET and S-Testa)

The Mixed Committee also took note of the report of the Presidency concerning the network for SIS, SIRENE and Vision, that was approved later in the day by the Council.


The Mixed Committee reviewed progress in relation with the proposed Regulation establishing Rapid Border Intervention Teams. The Presidency urged delegations to work towards early agreement on the proposal with a view to reaching an agreement with the European Parliament under the co-decision procedure in April 2007

Under the proposed Regulation, Member States may request Frontex to establish a rapid border intervention team. The team consisting of border guards of the Member States who can provide rapid operational assistance, for a limited period of time, where a requesting Member State is facing a situation of urgent and exceptional pressure. The Regulation will establish a mechanism for this purpose and will define the powers of and tasks to be performed by border guards of the Member States participating in joint operations and pilot projects.

The Mixed Committee also reviewed progress with the establishment by Frontex of a centralised register of technical equipment (the so-called “toolbox”) offered by Member States and which could be put at the disposal of another Member State and welcomed the progress already made in this regard. Member States which had yet to do so were encouraged to actively contribute to the toolbox.

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