Defence Union: further progress made towards military mobility in the EU,

The European Commission and the EU High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy have today presented the second Joint Report on the implementation of the Action Plan on Military Mobility.

The Joint Report recognises the continued commitment by the EU Heads of State and Government to invest in transport infrastructure to adapt it to the military needs in instances where this can benefit the civilian movements as well. It also reflects the update of the military requirements and the updated gap analysis between the military and the civilian requirements, as well significant progress in regulatory issues, such as the adoption of an EU Form (302) to streamline and simplify customs processes. Läs artikel